My name is Stein Jürgen and I have tested and evaluated the Nokia 8 (2017) on August 30, 2017.
Besides ratings the table also shows the current price level of Nokia 8 (2017) which is; 150 USD or 120 EUR.
I have rated Nokia 8 (2017) 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 8 (2017) is calculated to an overall evaluation of 62 /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 6/10(Average)||User-friendliness 7/10(Above average)|
|Display 6/10(Average)||Camera & Video 6/10(Average)|
|Data Speed 5/10(Average)||Gaming Experience 6/10(Average)|
|Voice Quality 7/10(Above average)||Battery Life 7/10(Above average)|
|Navigation Speed 5/10(Average)||Antenna Quality 9/10(Very good)|
Nokia 8 (2017) has a price tag of appriximately USD 150 or EUR 120 and is not currently amongst the best phones on the market See current Top 30 best cell phones on the market.
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My review of Nokia 8 (2017) is based on criteria that I follow as objective as possible. Learn more about me and my evaluation criteria.
The Nokia 8 (2017) generally offers high quality for the price and can be a good buy for the quality-conscious consumer.
The Nokia 8 (2017) can be a particularly good alternative for those looking for good quality in terms of;
The EU’s recommended upper limit is 2W/kg.
The SAR value for Nokia 8 (2017) is 0.49W/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.