Nokia N8 Is Delayed to October

If you expect to make with the Nokia N8 before the end of the month of September, seems that things get complicated, to the least that we can interpret the own Nokia release.

Since the amount of phone, that made reservations It has exceeded the best forecasts, It seems that the thing can be delayed for a week, getting into the month of October. On the positive side they assure us that this month will not happen, and is that in recent days there were rumors that could appear in November. The communiqué:

The amount of preorders has exceeded our expectations and we are working hard to deliver the Nokia N8 to the market. In some markets, we had planned to start delivering the Nokia N8s to our pre-order customers by the end of September. To ensure a great user experience, we have decided to hold the shipments for a few weeks to do some final amends. We’re thrilled with the response that we’ ve had to the Nokia N8 and assure everyone who ‘go, pre-ordered it already that it’ ll be worth the wait! “We expect consumers to get their Nokia N8s during October.”

On the one hand we are concerned that the magnitude of Nokia company can not comply with dates, although it is also true that it is a daring have announced 6 months ago, but what is certain is that Nokia is to the most anticipated terminal in question of reserves in its history.

That of “ we have decided to hold the shipments for a few weeks to do some final amends ”, it sounds that the delays also have to do with software, I think that this time they want that Symbian ^ 3 is brand new in the best possible way, and is that we remember that the previous flagship, the Nokia N97, not had a very good start.

I have no doubt that operators or even free phone will work very well, more complicated I see the American adventure, There Android and iPhone are sweeping, and 550 dollars as the Nokia N8 phone think it does very complicated. We expect information in this regard from Nokia Spain.

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