By Anton D. Nagy | November 19, 2010 3:40 AM
There were more and more reports coming in from various parts of the world concerning the Nokia N8 and users claimed their devices mysteriously went dead with no chance of reboot, recharge or start-up.
Nokia confirmed yesterday that there was a power management problem plaguing some of the N8 units and made a statement along with a video where Nokia’s Executive Vice President Niklas Savander talks about the Nokia N8 quality. Faulty Nokia N8 units will be replaced under warranty as luckily the problem seems to affect only a part of the units shipped. Find the statement quoted below and head over to our source link to see the interview:
“There have been some reports in media on the Nokia N8 quality. Niklas Savander, head of Nokia sales and marketing, addresses the issue in a video interview published today in our company blog Nokia Conversations. In a limited number of Nokia N8 devices, there appears to be an issue relating to power management. As product quality is a top priority for Nokia, we have taken immediate actions to address this. As with any product performance issue, this is covered by Nokia’s warranty. Any affected consumers should contact their local Nokia Customer Care. We apologize for the inconvenience”.