Friday, November 19, 2010

nokia provides another faulty touch screen phone to early adopters.

Nokia N8 is the current top of the line Symbian^3 based multi-media handset. However, in last few days, several Nokia N8 owners complained that the phone powers off all by itself. Niklas Savander, Exec. Vice President for Nokia, acknowledged the issue at the official Nokia Conversations blog that a small number of users have been affected by the significant issue. He claimed that Nokia has found and fixed the source of the problem.
This is not the first time that Nokia's highly anticipated touchscreen smartphone has suffered from critical issue. Last year, Nokia 5800 XpressMusic manufactured during a specific time period suffered from defective speaker and screen issues.