Anonymous, 14 Mar 2009Cybershot?? in SE is Software not HARDWARE VERY VERY SPECIAL and REMARKABLE?? i asking t... morewell duh! s.e. will just released its full specs. later. and if they released itd=s full spec. of this phone nokia,samsung,lg,motorola etc. will drop their jaw because s.e. is releasing a secret powerful spec.
phil., 15 Mar 2009maybe you used the phone the wrong way, and i think you bought a battery that is not a origina... moreLOL??
maybe the user of N91 you said is using fake battery cause the phone explode
battery will inflate is a common issue for sony ericsson cause their battery cannot charge randomly(time)
Anonymous, 15 Mar 2009why sony ericsson battery will inflate?? and the charger port cannot detect the charger ??maybe you used the phone the wrong way, and i think you bought a battery that is not a original s.e. enhancement. read the instruction book 1st before using the phone
phil., 15 Mar 2009hey! are you dumb! look at walkman seconds best selling mp3 players and psp the best selling p... morewhy sony ericsson battery will inflate??
and the charger port cannot detect the charger ??
anonymous, 14 Mar 2009Whatever said, everybody recognized NOKIA as the only one brand that makes life in this world ... morehey! are you dumb! look at walkman seconds best selling mp3 players and psp the best selling portable game console, and play station the best selling game console, and bravia the best selling lcd tv and vaio the seconds best selling laptop! and sony has the most toughest product(even if they dont advertise it as a tough product) because sony uses only the best materials to all of their products, and after they announced their product they will make a test if is safe and tough to use, unlike nokia,samsung they just make big specs. but they dont mind if its safe and tough(like the incident happaned in the philippines where a nokia n91 explode) and ( samsung make the worst flex in the slide in their phone) like e250 and other samsung slide phones
Nevertheless, the Nokia N86 has one of the most impressively equipped 8 megapixel cameras closing the gap between cameraphones and point-and-shoot cams. It's the first and only cameraphone to offer variable aperture values (F2.4/F3.2/F4.8) and a 28mm wide-angle lens.
You can see the difference between the wide angle and a regular cameraphone lens. Here are two samples of one and the same scene taken simultaneously with a Nokia N86 8MP and another Nokia phone. The samples are downsized to 800x600 pixels as resolution is irrelevant. Just compare the field of view.
N86 wide angled
The other first-ever is the variable aperture. Having a variable aperture (like a regular digicam) instead of a fixed aperture (like a regular cameraphone) gives you one more way of controlling the amount of light that reaches the camera sensor.
In other words, smaller F aperture numbers let more light in, while higher aperture numbers reduce the incoming light. You still get the same exposure, as the camera compensates for the various aperture settings by varying the shutter speed or the ISO, which are the two other factors that determine the total amount of light that gets in.
But leaving the photography primer aside, the advertized aperture values of Nokia N86 8MP (F2.4/F3.2/F4.8) have two distinctive benefits.
The first benefit is that at F2.4 the N86 camera has more light to work with as compared to the standard F2.8 value of all cameraphones we've seen so far. In low light conditions that allows you to get higher shutter speeds (possibly less handshake blur) or lower ISO (possibly less noise) or even both.
The second benefit from the variable aperture is that when there's enough light, the camera sensor can let the aperture close down a bit more (F3.2/F4.8) thus creating images that are usually sharper and with better depth of focus field.
Here are several full-res camera shots taken with the Nokia N86 8MP at the Nokia booth. If you check out the images EXIF data however you would see that the aperture value is F2.8, which doesn't really match what Nokia advertized. We guess the N86 unit we used was a too early one to really show its potential.
yup, it is the 1st and only cameraphone offer variable aperture plus 28mm wide-angled lens
The best phone i've ever seen wow what a wonderful phone. This phone is absolutely brilliant. Must buy for me.
N97 there got a iphone parasite sucking N97 heavily cause N97 just slapped iphone heavily
and now here, got so many se parasite sucking N86 heavily, i think is the same situation as N97,
N86 slapped idou heavily , make idou looks like a JOKE, a 12MP with FIXED APERTURE
se fans comparing a worldwide phone with japan phone ??
do se fans know japan phone are totally different with worldwide phone??
though se got japan phone , but the phone is under ..if not forgotten ..NTT Docomo not under themselves
Anonymous, 14 Mar 2009Let us rejoice with yet another first from SE... ... but now it will be the FIRST BORN of SE'... moreAhhhhhhhhhhhhh,At last an 8MP phone from nokia,An Invention which is out of competetion
this is not complete phone because have not xeneon flash for camera
Look, Nokia has been repeating this kind of UGLY design in all of their mid ranged-N series. Very disappointed with the design
radolf, 13 Mar 2009.N86 -no xenon flash,2.6 inch.display,no touchscreen,no smile detectionsmile detection just lets you know whos smiling and whos not, you dont really need It,
its got nothing to do with the picture quelity.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970hey samsung and nokia can't be fighting each other.. just look at the page of nokia and samsung where you can see that SE and Iphone are talking garbage about their phone.. samsung and nokia should be an ally as they are the top makers of mobile phone.. SE, Iphone are losers.. LG is better than those craps..
Looking nice, plan on getting this. this phone is about 80 dollars or so more than the n85, so if you are going to get the n85 might as well get this instead.
This is a great phone, flawless and awesome. When the phone are to release. Cannot wait to buy this phone it's so gorgeous.
hehehehehe... very hot in here... it's summer time.
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