Nokia N86 8 Megapixel Phone

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by Franz Bicar

Nokia has come a long way in the mobile phone market. It made waves with its 5 megapixel N95 phones. Now, they are trying to up the ante.

Nokia’s N86 is the first camera phone from Nokia to offer us an 8 megapixel camera. And it’s a wide-angle Carl Zeiss optics camera (similar technology or even better that the N95) able to take great pictures both in bright and low light conditions. Besides great pictures it will also let you record videos.

The camera phone will cost around 375 Euros in the second quarter of 2009 when it will be launched.

Features like geotagging or fast uploading to Ovi Share and Flickr are also available. The internal 8GB memory will let you store about 4,000 images and if that’s not enough, it can be upgraded via microSD card up to an extra 16GB of space.

The 2.6-inch OLED screen features scratch resistant hardened glass which will come in handy while you’re browsing through your recent pictures. The phone features full sync capability with a PC and TV-out support. It will come preloaded with Nokia Maps, OVI integration, a built-in compass and an integrated 3-months license for full voice and pedestrian navigation. There’s also support for 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth so you won’t have any problems sending your photos to any destination you choose.

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