Remember people that megapixels are not the only thing which matter. Phone can have 12 megapixels but it can still lose battle against N86.
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2009Renoir, Ultra Touch and C905 all have worse camera than this according to a test made by a Swe... moreI believe that magazine bought by Nokia. I seen the sample before with comparison, it wasn't that good as Nokia advertising. 28mm wide angle, so? without producing quality image, it is nothing.
Nokia N86 camera still got it quality but it was not the top! Samsung Innov8 still the best and the most closer to digital camera.
For 8 MegaPixel quality range:
1. Samsung Innov8 (Still the best at the moment)
2. Samsung Omnia HD i8910
3. Samsung Ultra Touch S8300
4. Samsung Pixon
5. Nokia N86
6. SE C905 (This need to be last because it ready not stunning at all)
Now gsmarena can have fun doing an 8mp shootout seeing that in the past smartfones have been placed alongside feature fones..I still think innov8 will win but n82 is now to add to the 8mp batch....
[deleted post]Renoir, Ultra Touch and C905 all have worse camera than this according to a test made by a Swedish mobile magazine. It features both multiple aperture settings and a mechanical shutter (uncommon features by the standards of camera phones), and a Carl Zeiss lens with a wide angle of view (28mm equivalent). Nothing else today even comes close to it...
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2009this is the most innovative camera phone ever,cz this 1 comes with complete camera boost rathe... moreInnovation? Come on... I seen the sample taken and it is not that stunning.
The best 8 MegaPixel still Innov8.
Great quality picture came from great lens and etc not from name. Nokia use Carl Zeiss does not means it is the best!
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2009it is the perfect example of solid engineering... It is one of the best high end phones on the... moreit is the perfect example of solid engineering... It is one of the best high end phones on the market, hands down...............( i guarantee you made in china like all new n-series ) 100% junk
Why most of you say that this phone is outdated because it has "only" 8 megapixels? It's the image quality that counts! And why the hell do you need a bloody 12MP photo? Are you all going to print posters? :D
Highly anticipated? I don't see any fans jumping for joy....
Keypad buttons looks gross, its thick and fat, and the design looks old.
I'm sure the camera quality is fantastic, but IMO consumers these days are more into gimmicks than quality...
Like most say, this would've been better 12 months ago. This is NOT news.
it is the perfect example of solid engineering... It is one of the best high end phones on the market, hands down...
just hope we have no software problems with the N86 as its took Nokia a fair time to get this mobile released,o.k people might go crazy about the 12 mega-pixel camera mobile,but its a touchscreen mobile that not everybody prefers,so hope the N86 will show Samsung your mobile is not worth getting,as Samsung alately are releasing mobiles with 1 day batterylife,making there phones more expensive to buy an run
who the hell is on the Nokia Design team? my Great Grandfather??
Old News!!!! rubbish and already outdated, boring!
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2009this is the most innovative camera phone ever,cz this 1 comes with complete camera boost rathe... morehttp://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/showpost.php?p=33960705&postcount=56
Sharp is also the first to introduce a mechanical shutter by the way..... Nokia innovates, but this round they seem to be beaten to it all the time except for variable aperture (Arguably does nothing either)
Finally!! Nokia has fianlly broken the jinx of that patheetic N81 styling it had incorporated in its phones: N81, N85, N78, and ofcourse the highly hyped N96...... Way to go Nokia!!!!
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2009this is the most innovative camera phone ever,cz this 1 comes with complete camera boost rathe... moreoh oh..nokia were slow.. for the record they are no longer the first to introduce a 28mm lens. First to annonce it but not the first to release it.
and its out... Nokia shouldn't have spent so much time stalling