Nokia N8 not only serve as the flagship handset for the Symbian^3 but outstandingly features to be a rich powerful device. N8 sports a 3.5″ capacitive OLED touchscreen with 640 x 360 pixel resolution, a 12-megapixel camera capable of recording HD video, 16GB of internal storage plus a microSD expansion slot, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth (Bluetooth) 2.1, FM Radio and transmitter, and Nokia’s free Ovi Maps GPS navigation.
Its Symbian raised by three, mathematically pronounced (Symbian^3) or did I remember my basic C programming? It’s another attempt for mobile giant Nokia to further compete with Android and iPhone OS in the game, where the smartest smartphones wins. The proving grounds for Nokia are almost here as the company officially unveiled the Nokia N8. Hit on the continue link for the full specs details and images.
If since birth you’re a Nokia lover then you might want to grab the new Nokia N8 that will cost you €370 ($494) and availability in Q3 2010. Apparently, one thing we can hope for now that Symbian^3 isn’t a dismal flop.
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