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Nokia N8 Trouble

Nokia Admits Problems With Some N8 Phones

Proving no smartphone is immune to technical trouble, Nokia has announced that some users are experiencing problems with their N8 phones. The N8 is Nokia's most powerful phone, packing a 12MP camera, HD video capability, HDMI connection, and 16GB of built-in storage.

According to Nokia, some devices have been experiencing power issues; after a charge, they don't turn on. The problem is affecting a small amount of N8 devices, and Nokia is currently working on a solution for the problem.

Despite its problems, Nokia is still the world's smartphone leader. In the US, it still remains third behind Android and iOS devices.

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daniit daniit 5 years
In Portugal, Nokia is the number one cell-phone leader and I think Samsung is the leader in Smartphones.Apple is far behind because iPhones are really expensive... it's the same price as an iPad for U.S. residents. Which means thats for us, the iPad will be even more expensive.
daniit daniit 5 years
In Portugal, Nokia is the number one cell-phone leader and I think Samsung is the leader in Smartphones. Apple is far behind because iPhones are really expensive... it's the same price as an iPad for U.S. residents. Which means thats for us, the iPad will be even more expensive.
mistwolf mistwolf 5 years
This is what all you fanboys get for buying Apple pro... Errr... Sorry. I'm used to that being the answer to all the threads about technical issues in mobile phones. :P :)
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