My name is Stein Jürgen and I have tested and evaluated the Nokia 800 Tough on November 27, 2019.
Besides ratings the table also shows the current price level of Nokia 800 Tough which is; 60 USD or 50 EUR.
I have rated Nokia 800 Tough on ten different quality parameters; Design & materials, user-friendliness, battery, antenna, camera, display, user interface, data speed, gaming experience and conversation quality.
For each quality parameter, I have awarded a rating between 0 and 10, 10 being the best. The overall evaluation of the Nokia 800 Tough is calculated to an overall evaluation of 39 /100.
In addition to my evaluations of the various quality parameters, you can also read the phone’s SAR Value and the current price level.
|Design and Materials 8/10(Good)||User-friendliness 2/10(Poor)|
|Display 1/10(Useless)||Camera & Video 1/10(Useless)|
|Data Speed 5/10(Average)||Gaming Experience 1/10(Useless)|
|Voice Quality 5/10(Average)||Battery Life 10/10(Outstanding)|
|Navigation Speed 1/10(Useless)||Antenna Quality 6/10(Average)|
Nokia 800 Tough has a price tag of appriximately USD 60 or EUR 50 and is not currently amongst the best phones on the market See current Top 30 best cell phones on the market.
If you are looking for a phone that gives you most value for money, please check our Top 30 cell phones with best quality/price ratio. Just seeking a phone with basic functionality? See Top 30 budget smartphones on the market.
My review of Nokia 800 Tough is based on criteria that I follow as objective as possible. Learn more about me and my evaluation criteria.
In general, the Nokia 800 Tough does not offer very much quality for the price. See phones with most value for money for better alternatives.
The quality of User-friendliness, Display, Camera & Video, Navigation Speed and Gaming Experience is below market avarage. You will most likely not be satisfied with Nokia 800 Tough if these qualities are important you.
The EU’s recommended upper limit is 2W/kg.
The SAR value for Nokia 800 Tough is 1.00W/kg, which is lower than the EU’s upper limit.
Mobile phones for children: The lower the SAR Value, the better according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). For children we only recommend phones with SAR Values that are less than 0.75W/kg.
See also: Mobile phones with low SAR values.