Nokia has revealed that some owners of its N8 flagship model have reported that their handset refuses to turn on after automatically shutting itself down.
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In a blog post posted on the Nokia website, the company said that “a small number of users” have reported that their Nokia N8 is not switching on as it should.
“Product quality is a top priority for Nokia, so we’d like to take this chance to offer you some clarification on the topic,” said the company.
Nokia’s Executive Vice President, Niklas Savander said that the company has traced the problem and have taken immediate action across the product line. This problem is covered by Nokia’s warranty rules, so users who have the problem should contact their local Nokia Care centre.
The N8, which is the company’s first handset to run the Symbian 3 platform, was released in October in Australia for $749.