New Nokia N8 Smartphone with 12Mp Camera

May 05, 2010
The new smartphone from Nokia, the N8, is going to be powered by the company's new Symbian^3 platform. It would be interesting to mention that Nokia's new platform supports gestures like pinch-to-zoom and multi-touch.

This new device will include a whooping 12Mp camera that boasts Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon flash. You will also be able to record HD videos and edit them using the software incorporated in the handset.

The Nokia N8 features an HDMI connector which makes it possible for the user to run video content on HD-equipped TVs and listen to audio files in Dolby Digital Plus surround sound.

The user will be able to take tons of images and film lots of video thanks to the 16GB of built-in storagev which you can also expand up to 48GB using the microSD slot. It will be easy to navigate through the phone thanks to its 3.5-inch HD capacitive touchscreen.

The device also has a free global Ovi Maps walk and drive navigation that is currently supported in over 70 countries worldwide.

Nokia created a handset that boasts a faster UI. It was created from a single piece of anodized aluminum and will be available in 5 colors.

If you like this smartphone and hope to purchase it as soon as the device is launched on the market, then prepare to spend 370 Euros, which is about $ 492. It is worth mentioning that the N8 will be shipped starting the 3rd quarter of 2010.


posted by: Gadgets Infoniac

May 12, 2010 10:11 PM » posted by: Nancy

I am a huge Nokia fan and so far I love this phone and I can't wait until they show us what it looks like without that hideous green cover..... Oh wait.... that IS the phone! No wonder they are firing people! I hope they fired the person who forgot to put the camera into the original design of this phone. It looks like they glued it on later as an after thought, again!!!

Bring back the person who designed the 8210/8250!!!

sent from iPhone

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