Here is it folks, the official datasheet of the Nokia N86, a device which infact has turned out to the an N85 successor rather than being the N82 replacement for we still don’t have Xenon. Notable specs include:
- A 1200 mAh battery
- A 2.6″ AMOLED screen
- Hardened glass on the screen and metal details on the sides
- FM Transmitter
- Kick stand
- 7 hours of Video/Gaming and 25 hours of audio playback
- AGPS & Digital Compass
- S60 3rd Edition FP2
- Weighs 149g – Heavy!
- 103.4 x 51.4 x 16.5 mm
The 28mm wide angle lens and the F2.4 aperture should make for some great low light shots, Nokia is calling the flash – the 3rd Generation of dual-LED’s with a range of 3.5 meters, so can it be something better than what we’ve seen on the N96/N85? I sure hope so. If the flash can be 80% of what Xenon is, I be happy with the device.
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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.
BARCELONA, Spain – We’ve already seen a surprise from SE yesterday, but you can surely expect some more action as the Mobile World Congress 2009 officially kicks off today. One handset I’m really looking forward to is the 8MP cameraphone from Nokia.
[UPDATE – It is indeed the N86, complete details here]
The official Nseries blog had published a picture taken from a ‘Nokia Device’ and the resolution on that is approximately 8MP, so the fact the Nokia will be releasing a 8MP Nseries multimedia computer today is almost certain, what remains to be seen are the other specs. If you recall, Nokia’s product roadmap had been leaked a few months ago and from all indications it seems as if we’ll be seeing Corolla announced today. Will it be called the N86? I think so.
Nokia Corolla – The late to the party 8MP cameraphone:
Unlike a few prior occasions, Nokia has managed to keep things under wrap this time and I’m eager to see how the 8MP beast will do in terms of video capture as well. Make sure to visit this page later today for the latest.