Nokia’s 1st mobile phone to run Symbial3 is its N8. In few months this phone will be available in shops.
N8 is still in the final software design, but we are still able to look at its new interface. There is no big difference from the interface that we saw on the disappointing Nokia’s N97, but some modifications are made that Nokia is hoping that this time it won’t let down his customers.
N8 comes with an inbuilt storage of 16GB and an external storage up to 32GB microSD card. Nokia is recommending the users not to change the battery by themselves.
The N8 mobile phone has had a restore and also includes a cover flow like aspects when you are holding it in the landscape mode, same as the iPhone. Nokia has not yet confirmed whether UK will get the benefits from the music bonanza.N8 come with a mini HDMI socket and adapter which allows you to connect the phone to your LCD TV. Thus you can see the photos and the video which you shot using the N8 phone. You can also connect it to your home theatre speakers to have a blasting sound.
N8 comes out with a 12 MP camera at its rear. It also has a xenon flash which is used to take up the photo even in a low light. It also has the autofocus feature which is used for auto focusing when you shoot up some pictures.
The phone consists of 2 microphone one at its bottom and on at its rear. The additional Mic catches and cancels the background noises.
There are lots of editing options present in the N8. It allows you to edit your photos as you like and you can share the photo on emails, Bluetooth and MMS. And also we hope we will be sharing over the social networking like Facebook and Flicker on the final phone.
Nokia is trying its best to provide web TV and it also trying to convince the networks to lets us have it.
Nokia’s N8 case is made up of androised aluminium. There are about 5 colours, although they will be deciding which one to be sold. The solid metallic case feels a vast development on plasticky phones as like Nokia X6.
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