Nokia N86 8MP Review – Part 1 – Hardware

21. July 2009 at 00:18

Nokia is finally catching up in the megapixel race and have released an 8 megapixel smartphone, proudly crowned, the Nokia N86 8MP. When the N86 first surfaced at Mobile World Congress it arrived as the Nokia N85 8MP and for good reason in fact. It is pretty much an N85 with a few tweaks here and there, and of course, an 8 megapixel Carl Zeiss wide-angle lens with variable aperture. Nokia were quick to rename the device and the Nokia N86 8MP saw it’s release alongside the Nokia N97 earlier last month.

First Impressions: Unboxing The Nokia N86 8MP

15. July 2009 at 04:41

The Nokia N86 8MP revolutionises mobile phone photography and could possibly be the best camera phone on the market to date. Winner of the 2009 TIPA Best Mobile Imaging Device; the new Nokia N86 8MP has a f/2.8 Carl Zeiss wide-angle lens and an 8 megapixel sensor, representing a new step forward in mobile photography. The device sports centre weighted exposure, 1/1000 sec shutter speed, multimode flash and several scene modes with macro down to 10cm, not to mention it’s advanced communication and location technologies.

The Phones Show 68

6. November 2008 at 17:09

Steve Litchfield just published the 68th part of his Phones Show.

Programme 68 covers:

  • News
  • Hands-on reviews of the Nokia N96 and LG KT-610

Mikko Kuusisto talks about Nokia software updates and a new application for them

1. November 2008 at 13:27

Over at the Nokia Conversations Channel on YouTube I found two videos in which Mikko Kuusisto from Nokia talks about software updates for Nokia devices, and how the future of them looks like.

In this first video Mikko is talking about over-the-air firmware updates in general:

Nokia N78: Review

13. October 2008 at 15:48

Nokia N78

The Nokia N78 was launched at the Mobile World Congress 2008 in Barcelona. It is a successor of the very famous Nokia N73. The device is a mixture between the N81 and N95 in candybar-design. But is it a worthy successor for the N73 and can it stand the other Nseries devices? This review will find it out!