I was really looking forward to the N86 announcement tomorrow, but I’ve just come across this picture of the N86’s camera. Yes, our worst fears have indeed come true. That’s a dual-LED flash and NOT Xenon.
After taking so very long to release a N82 successor, I simply can’t understand why Nokia chose to skip the Xenon once more? I am distraught.
Someone please tell me that the picture above is lying. Below is the N82 with its Xenon.
Here is a set of over 10 images of the yet unannounced Nseries Imaging Flagship the Nokia N86. The keypad is nice and large and the N86 also features a ‘kick-stand’ like the N96. Also present are the dual slide multimedia/gaming keys.
We have the microUSB slot, 3.5mm jack and the power button at the top. The right side houses the camera button, zoom/volume rocker and two speakers. The left probably holds the microSD slot and the keypad lock/unlock switch.
We’ll hopefully know more about the N86 tomorrow. For now, enjoy these pictures and the video.
Would you believe it! Nokia has leaked images of its yet unannounced Nokia N86. The fun never seems to end. Inside the press kit for the Mobile World Congress is a backgrounder on Nokia’s alliance with Carl Zeiss, the company behind the optics used in most Nokia camera phones. Present in this PDF file is a absolutely clear image of the Nokia N86, depicting its front as well as the back.
We had all expected to see the N86 announced earlier today, but for some reason Nokia chose to wait. Not one picture of the device had leaked till date before Nokia decided to let it rip themselves. The backgrounder confirms that the N86 will be a slider with a 8MP camera, Carl Zeiss optics and a Xenon dual-LED flash? Check this out. FAIL.
Here is a picture of the camera module itself. The styling on the device is also in line with new Nseries phones like the N97 and the N79. The phone isn’t touch based and from all indications doesn’t seem to have a large display either. An incredible amount of space has been wasted between the keys and the screen itself.
via: Symbian Guru
The Nokia Innovation Newsdesk has published another teaser from the N86 in the form of a low light picture from the streets of Barcelona.
Nokia today announced the much anticipated app store, albeit with a slight dampner of a delay till May. The store will offer a range of content including applications, games, videos, widgets, podcasts, location-based applications and personalised content, and will be available on both S60 and Series 40 devices.
Ovi Store includes a ’social discovery’ feature which users will be able to activate so content used by their social network peers will automatically be highlighted and made available for download. With tens of thousands of applications, games and videos on offer, this will be a unique way to find and discover new content. The will also be Location aware, and will target users with tailored content, based on their current locations.
The first device to include the mobile storefront on board will be the Nokia N97, set to launch in June. From today, content publishers will be able to register for the Ovi Store at publish.ovi.com. Developers and publishers will then be able to upload content starting next month, in time for the May launch.
BARCELONA, Spain – After much adieu and numerous leaks, the E75 has finally been officially acknowledged by Nokia. The handset will weigh in at 139 grams and be 111.8 x 50.8 x 14.4 mm in size, no mean feat for a slide out full QWERTY device. It will run on a 1000 mAh battery and pack a 2.4 inch display with a 240 x 320 pixel resolution. It will also be the first Eseries to support N-Gage. A brilliant move by Nokia.
Another remarkable thing about the E75 will be the presence of a 3.5mm jack, unlike the 2.5mm found on most Eseries before the E63. Apart from this, the device will sport a 3.2 MP camera with an LED flash, A-GPS, WIFI, a microSD card slot. The Nokia E75 comes loaded with the new Nokia Messaging service for slick email HTML email support and will also ship with a free subscription of the same.
E75 Spec: Download The Data Sheet Here.
- GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 (Quad-Band), WCDMA: 900/2100 (Dual-Band), HSDPA (3.6Mbps) connectivity
- 240×320 px QVGA display
- 3.2 mpx camera with auto-focus, digital zoom, LED flash, Hi-Res VGA Video Recording, and 30 fps QVGA recording
- FM Radio
- microSDHC memory card slot
- 3.5 mm AV connector, Bluetooth 2.0, microUSB
- Dual Home Screens (Work/Personal) – similar to E71
- DualKeypad Design
- Nokia Maps
- PDF Document Viewer
- ZIP File Manager
The Nokia E75 is expected to ship in March at an estimated retail price of €375, before taxes and subsidies.
PICTURES: Official Pictures Here
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Surprise. Nokia’s just announced the Nokia E55, the thinnest smartphone that comes a month of standby time. The device features a half QWERTY keyboard and will ship around 265 Euros before taxes or subsidies.
Sporting a compact QWERTY keyboard, the Nokia E55 includes a predictive engine that’ll suggest word completions, error completions and automatically learns new words. It also boasts full access to Email, Calendar and Contacts through direct access to Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes. Sound quality is also enhanced over previous Eseries devices with new noise cancellation technology. As if that wasn’t enough, the Nokia E55 offers almost one month of standby time.
The Nokia E55’s new compact QWERTY keyboard comes with a host of added technology to make it easier and faster to use than a normal phone keypad, making it the ideal messaging companion. Boasting the latest version of the Nokia Email client, the Nokia E55’s 2.4-inch screen will make the most of the enhanced Email functionality (the screen also has automatic landscape support). And, with direct access to Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes, users will be able to make the most of their contacts and calendars too, with improved company name search and the ability to remotely access company directories. The E55 will also enable users to create and receive meeting requests.
Destined to make a big impression, the E55 punches well above its weight, given its diminutive size – it’s just 9.9mm thin!
It isn’t just about work on the Nokia E55 though. Full integration with Ovi services mean users will be able to make the most out of Ovi Maps with A-GPS on board and for a bit of diversion, the E55 also has N-Gage on board.
Over 10 million Eseries devices sold last year, driven largely by the E55’s inspiration, the Nokia E71. The E55 will begin shipping in the second quarter of 2009 with an estimated retail price of €265 before taxes and subsidies.
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