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Nokia N8 what will you do with it ?

Yep that is Nokia’s new marketing effort you might remember when the N8 was first unveiled Nokia kept referring in their videos saying

” Its not technology, its what you do with it

Which is true Nokia are really targeting the N8 as a multimedia creation tool which I think is pretty cool. Judging from these shots as well Nokia are also targeting designers, which is nice as I am one 😀 Any other Designers also looking forward to the N8 hit up the comments and tell us why

Some more shots of the situations the N8 will be used in


  1. Jim
  2. Deaconclgi
    August 21, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    I wonder what camera was used to take those pictures…..

    It would be amazing if those were N8 photos…now THAT would be marketing.

  3. August 21, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    Has anyone noticed the error in the 1st image?

    Technically if you hold a Symbian Touch Nokia (newer ones) in the way the model is holding the N8 “Add content”/”Change wallpaper” will show up

  4. Doug
    August 22, 2010 at 11:15 pm

    What will I do with it? Probably complain non stop to Nokia about there not being any ability to create and custom adjust your own equalizers anymore until they finally give us that feature back haha.

  5. Preeti Patel
    November 22, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    What will I do with it?
    Probably Capture all those moments really really special to me. Normally i would have to carry a digital cam around, i usually have my phone with me all the time and now it has a great camera too. I don’t have to worry all i need to do is keep my phone with me….one of the best Nokia phones so far….

  6. Sandra
    December 12, 2010 at 12:27 am

    Hahahaha, the Nokia N8, what would you do with it ?, use it as a telephone, at least, when that function is still available on this machine they call a phone.

    Alexander Graham Bell was one of the people who claimed he had invented the telephone, he was the first person to claim and register patent for the invention, and it’s use was described by him as : “apparatus for transmitting vocal or other sounds telegraphically”.

    All this unnecessary stuff on a phone nowadays can get people in trouble seriously. All the pictures and videos made with these “telephones” and approved by friends, get published on sites like Youtube and other “social” sites.

    Publishing works online where other, mostly unknown, people are visible and can be recognized are illegal. When people visible on these items find out they’re published online, they can sew the publishers of these items, as it goes straight against their own personal rights to decide whether they want to have their faces visible online or not.

    The personal rights to decide about your own freedom, anonymity and personal well being get waived with these “telephones”, as everybody who makes pictures and videos decides if you, your face gets put online. You yourself don’t get to say whether you agree or not.

    Once a face is put online it can’t be deleted anymore, as every page gets put in the Web archive, which opens sites archive pages up 6 months after a site goes offline permanently, so privacy gets shoved aside as a personal right for human beings since the first “telephone” with a camera in it was released.

    Get rid of all these macho items and start making telephones the way they were meant to be : as products to transmit sound over (longer) distances, no more bits and blobs.

    The next Nokia may be the Nokia N8spresso, the first “telephone” that can make you a nice Nespresso, duhhuh

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