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Nokia Pure View 808 coming to US through Amazon

Have you been waiting to buy the awesome 41 mega pixel camera smart phone from Nokia, well, here is your chance. The company has announced that it will be releasing the awesome smart phone in the United States. That has to come as a surprise. That is because the Finnish smart phone giant was very clear in the beginning that it would not be selling the smart phone in the United States, and is because of the operating system it is running.

The [easyazon-link asin=”B0087OXZ3K” locale=”us”]Nokia Pure View 808[/easyazon-link] runs on a newer version of the Symbian operating system. Symbian, Nokia’s own mobile operating system, has not made a good name for itself in the United States market. This is because the operating system does not offer a lot of productivity features as compared to the iPhone or the Android, and the people in the United States crave for power and productivity in the smart phones.

In any case, the smart phone will be sold unlocked, so expect to pay some really high price. None of the United States carriers seem to be ready to bring in a Symbian smart phone to the table. Well, that is understandable. The smart phone, as announced, will be distributed by Amazon through its online store. And as usual, you will be able to pre order yours as well, which are expected to start sometime later this week. So keep your eyes open for the announcement on Amazon’s web site.

If you want more, you can sign up on Nokia’s web site for further notifications. And the rumors say that the Nokia Pure View 808 will be compatible with AT&T’s 3G network. It would be really annoying if you buy this smart phone and are not able to use any 3G service. But the reports say that the Nokia Pure View 808 will support AT&T’s 3G for sure. Coming to the price, it is expected to be somewhere around $699. A high price to pay for those extra mega pixels. Would you be buying this?

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  1. looking good facelities also good i am planning to buy this one actually i want know this good commodity price ithink this is good for carying

  2. Yes I will be buying it. It’s so stupid how people downgrade symbian. Not productive? It can do everything any other os can & definitely one ups android in terms of customizability, fluidity, beauty & battery life. Heck it even comes with a native MS officE suite bundled for free now, alongside the convenience of Nokia Maps with offline turn by turn navigation capability (powered by Nokia owned Navteq). The reason symbian got such a bad name on the US was because.

    A) US was never Nokia’s target market, as they didn’t like locking down their smartphones (Nokia had been building smartphones long before the iphone ever existed) to fulfill the wishes of US carriers. So almost no one in the US knew what symbian was capable of.

    B) Symbian was built around smartphones with physical buttons, & Nokia entered late into the game of touchscreen smartphones resulting in a very un-user friendly first touchscreen operating system (the symbian s^3). However the crappy symbian s^3 has since been redesigned and completely transformed resulting in Symbian Belle. It’s now an ultra low power consuming, visually appealing, efficient, highly customizable, user friendly OS, which is actually refreshing to use. Calling Belle bad because the early symbian s^3 sucked is like calling windows7 bad because Vista sucked or Ubuntu 12.04 because Ubuntu 11.04 sucked.

    Also, the reason 808 doesn’t have multi cores, is because it doesn’t need it; the OS is coded well. Smartphones shouldn’t need multi cores unless you’re doing high end graphic processing or pc gaming or something on them. & people don’t do that. If google sat down & coded android better, it too would smaller processors & android phones would have a battery life atleast as good as my Nokia n8 (upto 2 days of fairly heavy usage, & around 3-5 says of normal to light usage).

    Lastly, it’s not a rumor, it will run on At&t 3g, & T-mobil, you can check the frequency in the spec sheet.


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