Nokia has officially unveiled its new 8 MP Nokia N86 phone at Mobile World Congress yesterday. It’s the first 8 mega-pixel phone in N-Series. It seems that Nokia has finally woken up from its slumber because other mobile phone manufacturers were racing ahead in packing more megapixels in the mobile phones.
The Nokia N86 8MP camera phone is a dual slider with Carl Zeiss optics, Xenon flash and auto-focus. It features a super vibrant OLED QVGA 2.6-inches screen, making it an ideal window for showcasing your shots. However, this 8 megapixel S60-powered Nseries is more keenly focussed on enabling you to share you photos further afield via services such as Share on Ovi and Flickr. Plus, it comes with on board Assisted GPS, geared towards letting you geo-tag your photographs with location information before you share them.
Other Features include Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi connectivity and 8 GB of internal memory expandable via microSD card in sizes up to 16 GB. Running on Symbian S60, the N86 also includes a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, connectivity via microUSB and media uploads via Ovi Share.
The design of N86 seems to be drawing its roots from both the Nokia N97 and the Nokia N85 so it’s a handset that looks fairly good. For the moment, there’s no word on when Nokia will fully unveil the N86. It will be available in the second half of this year.
Some Live Photos:
Images: The Nokia Blog
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