It is Nokia's first camera phone to have an 8 megapixel sensor, and features both multiple aperture settings and a mechanical shutter (uncommon features by the standards of camera phones), and a Carl Zeiss lens with a wide angle of view (28mm equivalent). It also has auto focus and a dual LED flash (3rd generation dual-LEDs),and an AF assist light. Video capture resolution is 640 x 480 pixels (VGA) at 30 frames per second.
The N86 8MP has a toughened glass front cover and metal detailing. It is similar in specification to the Nokia N85, with a 2.6-inch OLED display and the "dual-slider" form factor.. It also has the same kickback stand so it's possible to use as a small standalone screen, and it's possible to configure the opening of the stand to launch applications such as the video player.
The N86 8MP is a 3.5G device with dual-band HSDPA support, quad-band GSM and Wi-Fi. It has an A-GPS receiver, which links into location-based services via Nokia Maps, and photographs can be automatically geo-tagged. There is also a built-in digital compass, and FM radio, and there is also a FM transmitter. It is rated to give 6 hours talktime, 25 hours music playback and 11 days on standby on a full charge.
It has already been released for a price of about S$700 (EUR 350) in Singapore and Malaysia.
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