N800 Facts


Access the Web on a portable internet tablet

  • High-resolution widescreen display
  • Opera 8
  • Flash 7

Internet communications

  • Internet calling with integrated webcamera
  • Instant Messaging
  • E-mail client
  • Full screen finger keyboard

Access to internet media at home and on-the-go

  • High quality stereo speakers
  • Media player
  • UPnP architecture
  • Expandable mass memory


  • Volume: 137 cc
  • Weight: 206 g
  • Length: 75 mm
  • Width: 144 mm
  • Thickness: 13 (/18) mm


  • Silver front cover and matt black back


  • High-resolution (800×480) touch screen with up to 65,536 colours

Memory and Storage

  • RAM 128 MB
  • Flash 256MB, 128 MiniSD with extender included in sales package
  • Two internal memory card slots, compatible with SD, MicroSD, MiniSD, MMC, and RS-MMC. Compatible with cards up to 2GB. Configurable up to 4GB.

Operating Times*

  • Battery- BP-5L
  • Browsing time- up to 3.5 hours
  • Standby time- up to 12 days

*Operating times may vary depending on radio access technology used, configuration and usage. The availability of the product and its features depends on your area and service providers, so please contact them and your Nokia dealer for further information. These specifications are subject to change without notice.

Form and Function

  • High quality stereo speakers and sensitive microphone
  • High-resolution widescreen display
  • Integrated desk stand for on-table-use
  • Ergonomic keys for Internet usage

Operating system

  • Internet Tablet OS 2007 edition


Internet Tablet OS 2007 edition

Key applications (additional applications available)

  • Web Browser (Opera 8 ) with Flash player (v7)
  • Internet calling with video
  • Instant Messaging
  • E-mail
  • Media player
  • Internet Radio
  • RSS Feed Reader


  • Auto-connection to saved Wi-Fi hotspots or through Bluetooth compatible phone

Input methods

  • Full screen finger keyboard
  • On-screen keyboard
  • Handwriting recognition

Display functions

  • Zooming, full-screen and panning functionality


  • Application installer
  • PDF viewer
  • Sketch
  • File manager
  • Backup/restore
  • Image viewer
  • Notes
  • Calculator

Supported file formats

  • Audio: AAC, AMR, MP2, MP3, RA (Real Audio), WAV, WMA
  • Image: BMP, GIF, ICO, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, SVG-tiny
  • Video: 3GP, AVI, H.263, MPEG-1, MPEG-4, RV (Real Video)
  • Internet radio playlists: M3U, PLS


  • WLAN: 802.11b/g
  • Bluetooth specification: 2.0
    • For Internet connection and file transfer via phone
    • Profiles supported: Dial-up Networking, File Transfer, Generic Access, SIM Access, Object Push Profile, Human Interface Profile and Serial Port profiles
  • USB 2.0 high speed device mode for PC connectivity


  • User Interface: British English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, American English, Brazilian Portuguese, Canadian French, Latin American Spanish, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Russian, Dutch, Norwegian, Portuguese
  • User’s Guide: British English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, American English, Brazilian Portuguese, Canadian French, Latin American Spanish, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Russian, Dutch, Norwegian, Portuguese, Arabic


Package Contents

Standard Sales Package Contents*

  • Nokia N800 Internet Tablet (RX-34)
  • Extra stylus
  • Battery (BP-5L)
  • 128MB MiniSD card with extender (MU-17)
  • Stereo headset (HS-48)
  • Travel charger (AC-4)
  • Pouch (CP-136)
  • Data cable (DKE-2)
  • Quick start guide
  • Safety, warranty and other product information


  1. hi,
    i’ve n800. It’s a great device. I’m trying to learn linux cos of it. I enjoy the downloaded fm amongst other things. But which to view local TV programmes on it someday.

  2. Well, if your TV is connected on your pc, you could record it, encode it at night when you are sleeping, using for instance Paolo’s N800 Video Converter. Then in the morning you put ‘m all on your SD card and you can watch your recorded movies in the train for example.

    Also Orb (see on of my posts) has ability to see some (local) Tv channels. Check it out, there’s more out there than u think!

  3. Hi there Q
    I just received a N800 for review purposes.
    I put my microSD with SD adaptor there. And it stayed there…Any clue on how to remove it?
    The N800 aparently corrupted my microSD, cant detect it or do anything on it, really crazy. A lot of this happened after I safely removed it from my PC via USB cable.

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