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Nokia 8800 Price in Philippines

Compare Prices of Nokia 8800

Lowest price for the Nokia 8800 in the Philippines is ₱ 38,559.00

You can buy the Nokia 8800 at the lowest price of ₱ 38,559.00 from Galleon.
Alternatively, the Nokia 8800 is also sold in Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of ₱ 8,608.00 and Vietnam at Lazada with the price of ₱ 3,616.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Price List by Country for Nokia 8800

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 2.150.000 PHP 8,608.00
Philippines PHP 38,559.00 PHP 38,559.00
Vietnam VND 1.550.000 PHP 3,616.00

Specs of Nokia 8800

Release Date in Philippines
DateFeb 2007
Display resolution208 x 208 pixels
Display number of colours262144 colours
FM radio
Ringer typePolyphonic
Polyphonic rings quantity64
Weight & dimensions
Weight134 g
Width107 mm
Depth45 mm
Height15 mm
Battery capacity600 mAh
Standby time (2G)192 h
Technical details
Colour of productBlack
Data networkEDGE,GPRS
Data transmission
Infrared data port
Rear camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)0.5 MP

Reviews of Nokia 8800
Reviewed on 2009-05-17
Expertly built, stylish design, fluid slider and internal memory hike....
Still overpriced, with limited memory and only a slight feature upgrade.Look and Feel...
The most stylish and well built Arte phone, and one of the more feature rich premium phones. But not enough bang for the bucks. Others to consider LG KF900 Prada User opinions(0) Add opinion Read all opinions ...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-11
High Flaunt value, Exclusive Feel, 4 GB internal memory, Exclusive features
connectivity and performance
The 8800 Gold Arte is the latest offering from Nokia's expensive Arte series, this time covered in 18 carat gold. The phone reminds us of the olden days of mobile phone technology when most cellphones were extravagantly priced. However the 8800 Gold Ar...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-19
The Nokia company have been investing much effort into the development of the 8800 model line lately, sticking with an extremely conservative vision of the concept. The 8800 index has come to be into a sub-brand of sorts, so we will surely see a numbe...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-11
Print this review Review of Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte Live photos of Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte Sales package: Handset Battery Charger USB data cable Desktop cradle Bluetooth-headset Nokia BH-803 User Guide As far premium phones go, the Nokia 8800 has alread...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-15
Incredible build quality, design, HSDPA
And you thought the Shift was pricey….
When I asked Nokia if I could review their 8800 Arte handset, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Some dumb phone that just looked a bit pretty, form and no function, a celebrity only famous for being rich? I’m certainly not the target of a p...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-14
Clear and elegant design, Highquality materials and solid construction, Good sound quality during a talk
The display is unusable in direct sunlight, Fingerprint magnet
The Finnish manufacturer Nokia is the only one from the big boys, to offer a luxury line aside from the regular devices for the mass market. The phones from the 8800 series are very stylish quality products, aiming to distinguish their owner from the c...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-11
The Nokia 8800 truly is a beautiful phone and for those it’s aimed at that’s all that matters. This phone isn’t designed to have the best camera or include all the latest gadgets, but merely to be a stunning piece of architectural design...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-30
Nokia's 8800 Arte is not a low cost mobile. SIM-free you are looking at anything from around £600 to more than £700 from the well-known outlets. For instance, while writing this review I found it for between £199.99 and £499.99 on O2 depending on your con...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-12
The Nokia 8800 Arte is a luxurious state of the art 3G phone which comes in a highly desirable casing. The 8800 Arte is a beautiful designed phone which is made for luxurious & high quality materials. The 3G handset is made from stainless steel & glass...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-24
The volume of 64-chord ring tones is quite high, so you are very unlikely to miss a call, but, since there is only one loudspeaker, mounted on the right-hand flank at that, it was not a rare occasion when we had the Arte in our jeans and didn’t hear i...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-14
It’s a stunning-looking phone that’s made from the finest materials.
It’s expensive, it’s heavy, the battery is poor and there’s no expandable memory slot.Look and Feel
Despite its shortcomings, the 8800 Arte is so beautifully made, you could forgive it (almost) anything. Until you drop it on your foot. top deals for this phone Handset cost: FREE 18 month contractTariff: O2Supplier: e2Save Buy now | Handset cost: FR...
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Reviewed on 2007-05-02
One of the most beautifully built handsets on the market.
No memory card slot, which seriously limits its music and multimedia storage potential.
Despite Mobile Choice’s reticence towards the original Nokia 8800 back in issue 112, the handset still struck a chord with the executive suits. It was THE phone to aspire to and was the weapon of choice for the blue-blooded glitterati and those who...
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Reviewed on 2007-04-16
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Reviewed on 2007-01-01
The good: Slightly improved design over the Sirocco; solid build quality; 3G connectivity; Bluetooth stereo A2DP; 1GB onboard memory. The bad: No built-in flash for camera; lack of expansion card slot. The bottom line: The 8800 Arte isnt an exciting ...
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Reviewed on 2006-12-12
Exclusive design, excellent build, FM radio, timed profile support
Overpriced, outdated UI, lack of memory card slot
Nokias glamorous 8800 fashion phone received an update in the form of the Sirocco Edition. Now sporting a 2.0 megapixel camera and refreshed design, Sam brings us a detailed review of this stainless steel masterpiece.
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Reviewed on 2006-11-06
Buy the Nokia 8801
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Reviewed on 2006-10-02
On the face of it, the model?s design is not that much different from the original 8800 - the thumb rest, located beneath the screen got deeper. Initially meant for helping to slide the handset open, now in some way it is the signature of Sirocco Editi...
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Reviewed on 2006-09-18
The Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition is an upgrade to the last year released 8800 slider. The handset draws its name from the powerful Sahara desert-born wind hinting at the graceful, yet solid looks and feel of the device, while it also features a special s...
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Reviewed on 2006-02-02
Style Attired in Steel Appearance and designThe history of metallic Nokia sliders comprises more than one generation. The first of them, Nokia 8810, appeared when the notion of “slider” was not so boosted yet. Its descendant – Nokia 8800...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Slightly different (modernistic) design compared to the other two models, Carries the exquisite feeling for luxury, Highquality sound
Display is useless in direct sunlight, Doesn’t offer anything innovative, Controls are not very userfriendly
Did you see the word “Arte” in the title? You did? Does it ring a bell?That is the name of the most expensive product in the Nokia catalogue – the only major company on the market that offers such exquisite models. The 8800 series of the Finnish phone ...
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