Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Nokia Announces 12 MegaPixeled N8

Nokia N8 small Nokia Announces 12 MegaPixeled N8
The Nokia announced today its latest smartphone N8 in an event. The first device to be powered by the brand new Symbian^3 platform, the Nokia N8 will launch with an ability to capture photos and video to rival dedicated point and shoot cameras.
The biggest feature on the Nokia N8 is its 12-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon flash. It features a substantially larger sensor than any ever used in any other Nokia device – even bigger than many found in dedicated cameras.
The Nokia N8 introduces the ability to record high definition (HD) videos and edit them with a smart built-in editing suite on the device.
There’s also a HDMI connector allowing you to hook the smartphone to your HD TV and share your media with friends and family in superb quality.
The Nokia N8 doubles as a portable entertainment centre. Watch HD quality video with Dolby Digital Plus surround sound and hook into a dedicated Web TV application for access to news and entertainment on the move.
It’s not just its 12-megapixel camera and HD video skills with HDMI support that set the Nokia N8 apart from the crowd. Packing more memory than most, the Nokia N8 has 16GB of built-in storage and is expandable up to 48GB with a micro SD card.
Joining the social messaging fold with the likes of the latest Eseries and Cseries devices, the N8 enters the fray with live Twitter and Facebook updates direct to your homescreen. Comment, read and send messages, update your status and share your location and photos with one touch.
Embracing location based services, the N8 is location-savvy and comes with free global Ovi Maps walk and drive navigation with support in more than 70 countries worldwide.
Powering the Nokia N8 is the all-new Symbian^3 platform. This latest incarnation introduces major new advances including multi-touch and support for gestures such as pinch-to-zoom.
Nokia says it will ship N8 in third quarter with estimated price tag of Rs.45,000 or above.

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