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Nokia N8 prices in Philippines

Simple and reliable at the same time, the Nokia N8 smartphone emphasizes user experience so that you can enjoy your life to the fullest. Read more about Nokia N8 Philippines below to find out.

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Lowest Price: ₱ 13,369.00
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Nokia N8 Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 709,000
Philippines PHP 13,369
Singapore SGD 74

About Nokia N8 Philippines

Nokia N8 Philippines – Incredible Smartphone that Delivers

Known for making reliable and robust products that everyone love to own and use, Nokia continues to pursue its own goal of pushing the boundaries of innovation and creativity. As such, Nokia has been pleased in releasing the impressive Nokia N8 smartphone.

Highly Appealing Design

True to its nature of being a Nokia smartphone design, the Nokia N8 is a lovely smartphone that proves to be elegant and sleek at the same time. In other words, it has been accepted by the market as one of the highly appealing designs around. Boasting excellent build quality, the Nokia N8 is durable that it can withstand harsher punishment without getting damaged easily. If you need a single reason in getting a Nokia N8, its good look is the one that turns out to be a convincing reason for doing so. At the same time, this Nokia smartphone also prioritizes the much-needed virtue of ergonomics so that you can hold and handle it comfortably.

Incredible Display Screen

Featuring its 3.5 inch AMOLED display screen (360 x 640 resolution), the Nokia N8 enables you to view your content with such high level of depth and detail. Moreover, it packs high pixel density that produces sharper and clearer visuals so that your own eyes can view easily without straining them too much. Since it utilizes Corning Gorilla glass which makes its glass surface to be durable and scratch-resistant at the same time.

Blazing Performance with Nokia N8 Philippines

The Nokia N8 uses a 680MHz ARM 11 CPU processor that empowers it to tackle any given tasks with relative ease. Not only that, its 256MB RAM provides powerful support so that the Nokia N8 can remain cool and stable in order to maintain consistent performance. In other words, the Nokia N8 does not break down easily when it comes to multitasking. Whether you are browsing around, playing games or watching videos, the Nokia N8 possesses highly efficient architecture that encourages smoother and more fluid experience.

Snapping Perfect Moments with Just A Click

Housing the powerful 12MP rear camera that comes with Carl Zeiss optics, Xenon flash and state of the art sensor, the Nokia N8 is able to surprise you as it snaps breathtaking photos effortlessly. In fact, such fearsome combination has enabled the Nokia N8 to be able to compete with compact digital cameras in terms of performance and speed. Besides, you can shoot HD videos in a more smooth manner. Amazingly, you can even edit your videos with an intuitive built-in editing suite. In conclusion, the Nokia N8 is an incredible smartphone that can enhance your lifestyle so that you can embrace the true digital experience.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2013-10-01
Nokia introduced the Nokia N8 , the latest smartphone that intuitively connects to people, places and services that matter most. The Nokia N8 enables people to create compelling content, connect to their favourite social networks and enjoy the latest on-d...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-01
Nokia introduced the Nokia N8, the latest smartphone that intuitively connects to people, places and services that matter most. The Nokia N8 enables people to create compelling content, connect to their favourite social networks and enjoy the latest on-de...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-14
The N8 could well become 2011's videophone of choice. Last October saw the launch of a short film called The Commuter (directed by the up-and-coming McHenry Brothers and starring Pamela Anderson and Charles Dance), which was filmed entirely on a Nokia N8....
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Reviewed on 2012-07-13
Nokia N8 is one of the latest and best smartphones from Nokia. It is also possesses more features than many mobile devices available in the market today. With an amazing 12 megapixel camera having a Xenon Hash; a 35 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen disp...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-14
360 x 640 pixels screen resolution, Multi touch input method, Scratch resistant Gorilla Glass display, Accelerometer and Proximity sensor, 512 MB ROM, 3G connectivity, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v3.0, 4000 x 3000 pixels camera resolution, 1/1.83” sensor...Average battery life, Limited third party software availability, Outdated camera interface, Symbian^3 OS not at par with the Android OS, No office document editing
I do not want to sound rude but Nokia has not been at its best lately and it has been constantly loosing ground to some of the other handset biggies like Samsung and HTC. No one really knows the reason behind such a collapse but it seems that Nokia has fi...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-10
When HTC was announcing the One X, it made it sound as if the new ImageSense camera is the best camera on a phone you may get. Well, since we now have the One X in our hands and have been using it for a while, we decided to put his new camera to the t...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-03
Nokia has been going through quite a bit of change over the past year, and we've been following the company through their ups and downs. Nokia has been known as the world dominating leader of cell phones ever since GSM standard started. Period. The p...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-23
This is the classic case of a device realizing its potential much after we expected it would. The Nokia N8 has been around for about a year now, but the completely undercooked Symbian^3 OS had ruined what was a superb phone, at least as far as the har...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-05
The Nokia N8 is the flagship of the Symbian^3 and with the Symbian Anna update about to roll out we thought it was time to take a look at the 3.5-inch smartphone to see whether it is still the best 12-Megapixel camera toting smartphone around. Find out...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-23
Good finish, design and handling, Takes very good photos with plenty of editing options, Audio and video quality, Phone and GPS: good network reception / free maps, FM radio and translitter, voice recorder, plenty of connections (HDMI)Screen: poor colour fidelity, Symbian Anna interface: better but still quite convoluted, The OS could be more responsive and smooth
The N8 is equipped with all the connectivity (3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS) you'll need to get the best out of its connected features. We found that the N8 kept good network reception too.There's nothing to report when it comes to calls—the sound is clear...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-24
I would personally describe the Nokia N8 smartphone, which is expected to be released in October of 2010, as Nokia's way of telling the world that they are still strong players in the touchscreen smartphone industry. There has never been a phone from ...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-20
The smartphone universe became ripe again for camera comparisons, especially with the introduction of handsets, capable of recording Full HD 1080p video. That is why we took a few of the most popular high-end smartphones that are on the shelves, and st...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-23
The Nokia N8 manages to encapsulate the same build quality of it's earlier generation series phones i.e the N95 8GB , but still manages to provide a sleek light weight shell adorned with plenty of consumer friendly touches such as a side mounted microSD c...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-18
The Nokia N8 smartphone is a bizarre creature: chunkier than its similarly-priced brethren, silver instead of black, and with sharp angles rather than the curved edges of other phones. I wasn’t particularly enamoured with it when I first pulled it out...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-03
The Nokia N8 smartphone is a bizarre creature: chunkier than its similarly-priced brethren, silver instead of black, and with sharp angles rather than the curved edges of other phones. I wasn’t particularly enamoured with it when I first pulled it out ...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-15
The Nokia N8 represents Nokia's current flagship smartphone and we heard it was pretty nice, so we thought we should take a look. The N8 is very powerful and includes the latest Symbian ^3 operating system, but you may have heard that Nokia has rece...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-03
12 MP camera, HD video recording, good audio quality,sleek build and designSymbian OS needs further development, third-party applications are limited, processing is a bit slow
When the was launched last year as its latest flagship phone, Nokia posed the question: What will you do with it? People answered back question of their own: What can it do? The answer was pretty obvious since the phone model was bringing something sp...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-12
A strong marketing campaign can make any product sell well, iPhone being the best example thereof. Once it’s started to lose ground, Nokia has opted for this trick as well - it was very clear already a few months before the presentation of 5800XM, the ...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-12
I remember one of the first mobile phones I ever used being a Nokia 5110i. It was among Nokia’s earliest of devices that packed an easy to use and straightforward interface in a supremely well-built package. Since we didn’t have as many phone launche...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-05
Impressive video/camera system; lots of features,Keyboard system could be improved; too many buttons and options menus to go through.
So, the Nokia N8 is technically what was advertised: A touchscreen phone that's utterly jam-packed with nifty features. However, aside from the camera, most of these features require a fair amount of improvement before they can truly be called excellent. So what will we do with this phone? Take really nice photos, mostly.
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