The Nokia N8 Utilises The Symbian^3 Operating System And A Twelve MP Camera

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The new Nokia N8 is the first Symbian^3 Smartphone that has been released worldwide with so much emphasis placed on its imaging capabilities. It comes with 12 megapixel sensors, Carl Zeiss optics and a Xenon flash all of which help to take really amazing photos. As well as its top notch camera, why else is the Nokia N8 an appealing smartphone?

The Nokia N8 is great to hold. It’s made from anodized aluminium and comes in range vibrant colours. Also the chrome accents surrounding the camera lens, the camera button and volume controls are a nice touch. The buttons feel solid and well made. The hardware design as to be expected is simply top-notch with an excellent level of build quality. The screen is damage and scratch resistant, as it is made of gorilla glass.

It may not be the world’s thinnest phone, but will slip comfortably into a pocket. The size is 113.5 x 59 x 12.9 mm and weighs in at a surprisingly pocket friendly 135g.

The Nokia N8 is a photographer’s dream phone. It produces awesome images and it’s quick to share captured images. The Nokia N series cameras have always been ahead of the competitors, however the Nokia N8 simply shines. It comes packed with the largest sensor ever to be put into a mobile phone for an incredible detail with a Carl Zeiss lens and Xenon flash. It comes with an imaging software package which enables it produce really natural looking photos.

It runs on the Symbian^3 OS (operating system which is the OS on all the new devices being produced by Nokia lately i.e. C7, E7 and C6 – 01. If you have used a Nokia phone before possibly one that has the Symbian^1 you will notice a lot of advanced features such as multiple home screens, music cover flow, visual multitasking and multi touch pinch-to-zoom. The menu structures are even more streamlined and the UI (user interface) moves at 60 frames per second. The graphics processor enables the lists to scroll quickly and fluidly on the music player, messaging, contacts and conversations.

The Nokia N8 comes with a BL-4D 1200 mAh battery just like the Nokia N97 mini. It can be charged through the microUSB interface or the 2mm charging connector found at the bottom of the phone. The battery life is very good, it lasts a little more than a whole day under normal usage. Similar usage on a many other smartphone models would drain the battery by the late afternoon.

In Summary.
Indeed it’s a beautiful looking device that everyone would love, especially the photographers because of the camera quality. Also if you love Symbian phones you will no doubt enjoy this phone because it has the best Symbian software version to date. It’s very user friendly and great to handle and operate. Compared to the competitors it stand miles ahead as its packed with fantastic features.

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