Saturday, 10 October 2009

The Nokia N86 8MP offers high resolution photo opportunities

The Nokia N86 8MP offers a large resolution camera within its arsenal of functions. Many offer the case that Nokia, through their mobile phones are now the leading supplier of digital cameras. With the addition of this handset it is easy to
understand why. The quality of image produced is second to none, and with the growing desire for good quality photo and video from smaller devices, this handset fits the bill. Due to its large resolution camera the phones internal memory needs to be large as well, and it is, a full 8 Gb is available with the option to increase to 16 Gb if required.

The 8 mega pixel camera operates at a resolution of 3264 x 2448 and also includes within its repertoire, a wide 28 mm Carl Zeiss lens. To aid photo taking, the camera offers auto focus and a dual LED flash whilst still having enough to offer VGA quality video recording at 30 frames per second. The secondary camera ensures the ability to video call is available.

The Nokia N86 8MP comes with a 2.6 inch AMOLED display screen which is able to display 16 million colours at 240 x 320 pixels. The screen offers clarity and vibrancy, which is hard to match. For viewing the images taken by the camera it is a perfect fit. The accelerometer sensor helps greatly by rotating images automatically to ensure they are shown correctly.

The HSDPA and Wi-Fi connections provide the internet access, either through its own connection or freely available hot spots. GPRS, EDGE, Blue tooth with A2DP and microUSB ensure the phone can be connected to a multitude of devices, whilst satellite navigation, when required is available courtesy of the GPS with A-GPS support function which uses Ovi maps.

The Nokia N86 8MP is a PDA style work horse. By utilising the features of the ARM 11 434 MHz processor and Symbian OS v9.3 operating system, it ensures it is able to comprehensively perform any required task to perfection. Coupled with its effective styling, the phone has already proved to be popular, with additional exposure it is sure to become even more so.

Author: Alan Reed

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