It is mind-boggling that a smartphone like the Nokia N8 is now available for only £199.95, some way below the iPhone 3GS which costs £319.
Carphone Warehouse has dropped the price of the Nokia Symbian^3 handset to a record low and offers it as a SIM free, unbranded model.
The N8-00 has arguably one of the best cameras on the market, an unrivalled 12-megapixel model with Carl Zeiss optics and a Xenon flash.
It can record HD video that can either be viewed on its 3.5-inch 640x360 pixel OLED touchscreen (covered with a Gorilla Corning glass) or via an HDMI port, on a bigger television.
Sadly, the rest of the configuration is underwhelming; there's an ARM11 Broadcom BCM2727 system on chip clocked at 680MHz, 256MB RAM and a 1200mAh battery.
Other notable features include 16GB onboard storage, a secondary front facing camera and a microSD card reader.
The phone was announced back in April 2010 but was only released in October 2010. It initially started life at £400 but rapidly saw its price tumble down.