Saturday, July 18, 2009

Nokia N86 8MP


Nokia announced on Friday that it will bring the Nokia N86 8MP to its U.S. flagship stores in the coming weeks. The N86 will also be available for purchase online and go for pricey $558 unlocked.



Nokia today said that it would add the N86 8MP to its US roster of phones. The device should be the same as the European model with an absence of local 3G but support for both GSM and EDGE data. As with the original version, the slider pins its hopes on an 8-megapixel camera that overcomes weaknesses of most cameraphones with a mechanical shutter, variable aperture and dedicated controls.

An OLED display, GPS and Wi-Fi will also come along with the phone, which ships sometime in "coming weeks" for $558 as an unlocked, unsubsidized phone that works with both AT&T and T-Mobile. Nokia hasn't said if a North America Model (NAM) is in development with native 3G support.

First announced at GSMA 2009, Nokia N86 features an 8-megapixel camera with a CMOS sensor, a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens, 20x digital zoom, and other advanced camera functions. Nokia even claims that the smartphone will allow you to replace your point-and-shoot digital camera, but we'll see about that.


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