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Nokia N8 Battery is Removable


Posted on May 2nd, by Kim Poh Liaw in archive. 10 comments

Although Nokia N8 battery can not be removed easily, but it will be just 2 screws away according to a prototype on ArabNokia forum. Once you take out the 2 screws at the 2 sides of the phone body, the bottom cover can be removed to access the battery slot. The battery can then be taken out. It is still troublesome though for those who carry a second battery and need to swap the battery outside, but the option is there. [via thenokiablog]





  • http://www.twitter.com/drgotpassport jack

    Even though it’s not likely one would swap out batteries on the go, it is good to know it can be replaced by the user when the battery fails at some point.

    cheers!

  • Karl

    At least it’s easier to change/remove the battery than it is on the iPhone.

  • http://m.cri.cn/ Xie Qiao

    Unfortunately, N8 is 802.11 b/g/n at 2.4 GHz only. To achieve maximum output a pure 802.11n 5 GHz network is required.

  • Quirrio Qu

    Whooo! That is a big load off my shoulder. I read where it was not and I was starting to freak out and decided that I better do a search and I am glad I did. I was gonna ditch my wait for the Epic — though my qualm with it is that you cannot sync on your desktop with it. You have to used Gmail.

    Anyway, thanks for this. I really appreciate it.

    The wait continues.

  • ammu

    fake!!!!!! look at the pictures carefully they are fake! the screws are not there at all in the official nokia n8 pictures released by nokia

  • lost

    @ammu
    0_o
    Are u blind??? Screws are there.

  • khan

    @ammu…u r really blind…N8 is just on my hand & i can clearly see them…

  • Here its is

    Hey AMMU ! which manufacturer do you work for , the screws are in all the Nokia advertising and if you get your retna checked you can see them !!!!!!!

  • Edgar

    Yes, I am able to see what it seems to be a screw on each side. However, they are so small that I am unable to tell what type of screws they are, hence the proper tool can be used w/o damaging them.

    Does anyone know? It will be good to know, just in case.

  • anyone

    you are really2 blind ammu!