Nearly five months after Nokia first introduced the Nokia N8 to the public. Now the Finnish company began to market their products throughout the world. Officially, Nokia announced the marketing of their flagship smartphone starting today.
As expected, only those who had previous reservations that could directly have a Nokia N8. Users not only can buy this book when Nokia presents the product in large quantity, several months ahead.
As quoted from TechDigest, 30 September 2010, the N8 is a phone with Nokia’s first 12 megapixel camera and a Carl Zeiss optics, flash from Xenon and the sensors that is claimed to compete with compact digital cameras.
Similar to its competitors, namely Apple’s iPhone, N8 can also record in HD resolution and supports video editing on it. Although already supporting Dolby Digital Plus, users who want to enjoy better sound can connect this phone to a home theater system.
Still, not as expected in April that this phone will come with 64GB of internal memory, the Nokia N8 which was circulated at this time ‘only’ has an internal storage capacity of 16GB. Although that capacity through microSD cards still can add up to 48GB.
Unfortunately, Nokia has not announced the list of countries that will be used to receive N8. To be sure, for users in the UK, they have to take a ration their mobile phones without service for 429 pounds or 35 pounds per month for past service after October 1, 2010.