Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Nokia N8

Nokia N8

“The haptic feedback – a vibrating response which confirms your input has been recognised – is the most effective on any phone, delicate but definite.

—David Phelan, The Independent, September 16, 2010

Haptic feedback is soft yet noticeable – I feel this is the best implementation on a smartphone so far.”

—Da Alpha Dog, Malaysia Mobile Tech News, September 4, 2010

“...the touchscreen was fast and responsive, and there was a pleasant little haptic kick back when you scrolled past the end of the page and it sprung back to the end.

—Nick Broughall, Gizmodo, June 25, 2010

Nokia has also implemented haptic feedback: button-presses are accompanied by a short vibration – just that extra little peace of mind to involve the user a bit more and let them know something is happening.”

—Christo van Gemert, ITWeb, August 17, 2010

Kinetic (or inertial) scrolling is now available throughout the interface, which makes scrolling much easier. The screen also gives a vibration feedback when you touch it and as usual the vibration feedback on Nokia phones is just perfect.”

—Prasad Naik, UTV, August 9, 2010

“Typing, browsing and navigating on the Nokia N8 is superb and Nokia has really outdone itself in this department. There is no lag whatsoever, scrolling through menus and folders is smooth and typing is an absolute breeze.”

“All in all though, the Nokia N8’s touchscreen keyboard is absolutely brilliant. We really can’t praise it enough – and our device was a pre-production one as well!”

—Richard Goodwin,, August 20, 2010

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