Nokia’s N86 Smartphone

Nokia’s N86 Smartphone is unique in ways that it sports an 8 megapixel camera which is something that is only found in camera phones. The reason for its success lies in the cutting edge technology that it’s packed with. The N86 is loaded with the latest Symbian OS v9.3 with service pack 2 and is based on the S60 platform which provides it with a commendable performance and speed. The dual directional slider makes the N86 a unique model which despite of its handicap of not being a touch phone, still manages to gain public appreciation.

The AMOLED screen of the N86 smartphone is 2’6 inches wide with a display resolution of 240×320. The screen integrates over sixteen million color combinations and has one of the crispest displays of all mobiles phones in existence though it leaves a little to be desired for due to the minimal size of the screen which makes watching lengthy videos a nightmare. The accelerometer in the N86 smartphone also allows the user to view the screen in any angle. The latest version of the Symbian OS allows for an uncluttered and user friendly interface that responds surprisingly quickly. realme

Powered by the 434 Mhz ARM 11 processor equipped with 124 MB of RAM, the inbuilt storage is 50 MB and the onboard storage is 8 GB which can be expanded to sixteen GB with utilization of the SD card slot. The file manager in the Nokia N86 smartphone deserves a mention as it functions in the same way as the traditional search option that is provided in PC operating systems. This allows for quick recovery of a while from anywhere in this smartphone.

The music system in the player supports a wide variety of formats such as WMA, MP3, RA , WAV and m4a. The music player provides continuous playback of twenty five hours with a fully charged battery which is in fact more than what most conventional music players such as the iPod allow.

But the jewel in the crown for the Nokia N86 smartphone definitely has to be its camera. Apart from being a powerful 8 megapixel the camera integrates many state-of-the-art features such as autofocus, geotagging and variable aperture. But for the absence of a Xenon flash, the Nokia N86 smartphones camera is something to die for. With all other usual features such as UPnP powered WiFi and Bluetooth v2, the Nokia N86 smartphone is equipped with a mini USB port too. The images and videos in the phone can be viewed on your television with the aid of the TV output.