Nokia N86 features Carl Zeiss 8-megapixel auto-focus with dual LED flash, 2.6-inch QVGA resolution display (240×320), Wi-Fi, 3.5mm stereo jack and a built-in GPS receiver. It also features storage of 8GB to 16GB of internal memory, and it will run Symbian S60 operating system.
Its design will make you think of N97, but the touchscreen and full QWERTY keypad are not there, and residing on a dual-slider form factor. According to spec sheet N86 will be available by Q2 this year.
One of the question and some of us were asking is why that N97 sets the trends of fully touch N-series and now setting up a new N86 with just a camera upgrade? Maybe you can give some idea?