The Nokia N8 and its successor, the Nokia 808 PureView both run Nokia Belle OS. But unlike the first one, which was originally launched with Symbian^3 and was only then updated to it, the second comes with this version of Nokia’s native mobile operating system pre-installed. Besides this there are several features affecting the phones’ performance and especially browsing.

It firstly refers to the processor. The Nokia N8 is packed with a 680MHz processor with Broadcom BCM2727 GPU, while the Nokia 808 PureView is powered with a 1.3GHz processor with Broadcom 2763 GPU, which has 128MB of Dedicated Graphics Memory and is capable of 1080p video recording. It is 4 times faster than Broadcom 2727 GPU used in the first generation Symbian^3 smartphones.

The displays have a great role as well. If the Nokia N8 sports a 3.5-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with the resolution of 360×640 pixels and ~210ppi pixel density, the Nokia 808 PureView features the same screen but at 4-inches and therefore, the pixel density is ~184ppi.

We have earlier talked about Nokia Belle, and we know what features it comes with. So as everything is in its places, I recommend that you mash the play button and watch the video below demonstrating the browsing timings of the Nokia N8 and the Nokia 808 PureView.

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