Are you looking for a phone with the best possible multimedia features,
combined with a modern look, look no further than the new Nokia N8.
The Nokia has a Symbian v3 operating system that should compete with Android. It remains to be seen, but the system looks promising and has nice touches. The operating system is compatible with an impressive processor that is an ARM 11 680Mhz agreement. A 3D graphics accelerator completes what an impressive hardware package is. In terms of connectivity, you can always be sure of an excellent connection thanks to the range of options available in this model. When appropriate, WiFI offers the best overall experience thanks to its speed. But this is not very useful when traveling, so 3G connectivity is a great advantage. With quite ample coverage now, 3G offers the fastest data transfer speeds outside of WiFi.
If you are in an area where there is no connection, there are suitable pending replacements in the form of GPRS and EDGE, both of class 33. Locally, the phone supports Bluetooth in its latest version, which is version 3. This allows a wireless connection Easy to a wide range of products. A micro USB port accompanies the rare HDMI jack on the phone to offer what really is a very complete package. The Internet browser on the phone supports multi-touch to pinch and zoom, as well as Flash installations, which unfortunately are still lacking in Apple’s efforts.
When talking about other functions available on the elegant Nokia N8,
It seems that it starts with the camera, which is probably the most impressive available on any phone. Instead of separating from the hunting package with a small increase in the 5-megapixel industry standard, Nokia has completely ignored 8 million pixels and has gone straight to the amazing 12-megapixel quality. What is impressive is that the manufacturer is not happy to sit and let the camera do its job, and has further improved its quality by including superior optics in the form of Carl Zeiss lenses. That brings depth to the cliché that otherwise does not It would have been achieved.
To match the reference set by the camera, the video installation is equally impressive thanks to the high definition capture. At a frame rate of 25 per second and a resolution of 720 lines scanned gradually. This keeps the N8 in line with the best smartphones available. A useful feature is the HDMI port that has been installed. That means an easy connection to an HDTV to view your images, in addition to the good result that the screen offers.
Nokia really seemed to have stepped up its game with this latest model. Although multimedia equipment stands out, style lovers will appreciate the wide range of colors available on this phone. The most practical will recognize the excellent battery life.