People who sell mobiles may find Nokia N8 is a top replacement
23 December 2010 — 3:58 PM
Britons looking for a new handset – possibly after selling their previous mobile phones – could find all they require in the Nokia N8, if one expert is to be believed.
Adam, writing the latest Nokia Conversations blog, explains the handset has been one of the highlights of 2010 for the firm.
He recalls it first showed its face in April, with many excited about its inclusion of a 12-megapixel camera and HDMI output.
It was also the first model to run on the Symbian 3 platform, when it was later released.
Adam notes the blog has received more than 800 comments, 4,000 Facebook likes and 550 tweets related to the device, perhaps emphasising its popularity with consumers over the year.
The Nokia N8 may therefore be considered a worthwhile investment as the market moves into 2011.
Other features of the mobile include the latest Web TV functions and access to the vast Ovi Store of apps.
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