Nokia 8800 / 8801 review
The web browser support WAP 2.0 and you can view xHTML pages in addition to the WAP pages.
For short range communication, the 8800 supports only Bluetooth version 1.2 which has stereo sound support added. The discovery and pairing process was easy and
I tested the Bluetooth operation with Microsoft BT adapter, Jabra BT250, Plantronics M2500 and Logitech Freedom headsets and I was very pleased with the sound quality and range that I was able to achieve.
GPRS and EDGE high speed data are also supported. Since the phone was pre-production model, I would not setup the GPRS and test it.
Nokia PC Suite 6.5 is the latest version of the bundled software that comes with the phone. It is extremely easy to setup and allows you to connect the phone to your PC via Bluetooth or data cable. Once connected, you can synchronize your Contacts, E-mails, Notes and Tasks with variety of application including Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes. The Suite can also backup all the data from your phone, Install application, transfer music, create wallpapers and ringtones, view multimedia files on the phone, send text messages etc.
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- Display 208 x 208 pixels
- Camera 0.48 megapixles SVGA
- Storage 0.064 GB
- Battery 600 mAh(3.00h talk time)