Anonymous, 09 Mar 2009is N86 slapped idou??
if not why those se fans promote a CONCEPT phone at here??
Neverth... moreNokia dreams of closing the gap between cameraphones and point-and-shoot cams...
so sad for Nokia... because SONY-ERICSSON did it FIRST with the IDOU.
SE IDOU made Nokia's dream come true.
when will dis phone be avail? i have my n95 8gb i got it last january 2008 and still working. i love it. however, i wll consider buying dis phone once it become avail in the market. i love nokia!
Kal, 09 Mar 2009That's like a fanboy. Can't take the negative. LOL. You can count the hits but refuse to see w... moreI wish this phone comes out sooner c", so I can get the picture of Kal jealous and envious hehehe peace out!
Kal, 09 Mar 2009That's like a fanboy. Can't take the negative. LOL. You can count the hits but refuse to see w... moreif you call it that way then its your choice.
what i am talking about is the "Hits" and im just defending my stand, you want to shift to other topics because you cant refute c",
if you want to talk about something else, talk to my lawyer or to anybody else hehehe your the one who replied to my in the first place
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970I beleave june will be the release date, but I could be wrong.
this phone is going to kick the othere 8meggapixel camera phones arsses,
I recone its going to be a big seller because of the camera.
well well well nokia have done the right thing making the apperture bigger,
because they made the camera have a wide angle lense and a bigger apperture to let more light in and we have a fantastic camera phone on our hands.
It will be a better camera than the nokia n95 8gig,
I will be getting this phone for sure, I have the nokia n96 and it is a big letdown on the camera.
is N86 slapped idou??
if not why those se fans promote a CONCEPT phone at here??
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. copy from gsmarena
better than the standard F2.8 value of all cameraphones
i think the variable aperture slapped those se fans
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970to all haters, i don't usually give u guys any notice but if u can't say something about the n86 then shut up. i'm sick of all those comparing touchscreen phones with the Nseries kings!
Anonymous, 09 Mar 2009yea... heard that rumour, it final kill to other fone camara, sony stedy shoot like very like ... morein balanced way that means both daytime,night,indoor shoot n xenon performance,video n overall performance rest of 8mgp still N82 on track n attain 2nd position...its reveal..SAY NO FOR MEGAPIXEL SAY QUALITY.. where C905 in 4rth place bcz of producing less detailed pic as expected as a 8mgp n for white filter that can be noticed, which makes the colors pale......so its easy to guess abt idou,only MEGAPIXEL n some FAKE colorsss!!
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970yea... heard that rumour, it final kill to other fone camara, sony stedy shoot like very like sony cybirshoot en handicam. IDOU hav that stedy shoot.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970there is no word about forever in electronics!!but there is a word about "best" that is NOKIA!!!!
actually, i adore the technology of nokia which is always in the first place. and i would say that FM transmitter is one of the best adorable technlogies in nokia cell phones.
i like nokia,samsung,lg camera phone,se tended to take early step but after that they alwayse prove as last rival in camera quality,n se fan talk too much like "empty things sounds most"
see why nokia fans still think that N86 is the best..
coz they dont know about the other camera quality out there, they just know about their phone camera..they cant open their eyes to see how many camera qualities are better than N86..even nokia fans dont know about EXMOR CMOS quality..they just focus only on 1 company...it is nokia that just takes and puts camera from the other company.even the nokia CMOS sensor quality is low..how can the camera get a good image without high resolution image and high pixel quality altough this N86 has complete aperture?
nokia fans are blind, they dont see their big weakness, CMOS sensor is the most important to deliver high pixel quality and high resolution image so the aperture will be useful
answer for those who confuse about the N85 8MP
Obviously, Nokia had initially planned it as an upgrade of the popular N85, which by the way is just how it looks. Then they changed their mind but strangely (and quite flagrantly) kept the 8MP label. taken from gsmarena
i think no one read the article made by gsmarena about MWC, so i decided to cut and paste it here:
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.
some nokia phone
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.
iolo003, 09 Mar 2009yeah we did c", i was talking about hits, why did you change the topic to votes? voting here ... moreThat's like a fanboy. Can't take the negative. LOL. You can count the hits but refuse to see what they are rating..hehehe...So you actually believe that most of the people coming to this page are actually nokia haters? Great guys. You can claim how many 5800 they have sold but refuse to accept the ground reality that they are coming back to Nokia care with great numbers too. You know that's one reason why I visit nokia pages. It amazes me to see how some fanboys go on and on to defend it, sometimes blindly. After all Nokia needs you. Kudos.
I want to buy this phone cause i like it. I like 8mp camera. I like the design very cool. I have n95 8gb and after this i'm gonna buy this phone surely.
Why is N85 8MB written on this phone rather than N86? :s
Kal, 09 Mar 2009I believe I had a chat with you before. Anyways if that is the case then you should check the ... moreyeah we did c",
i was talking about hits, why did you change the topic to votes? voting here can be manipulated by the haters and the hits are not, hits counts as you visit this site and thats all that matters. the more hits this page got, the better
the more comments made the more interesting it has become. if you really want this phone to fail, stop visiting this page
but you cant help it dont you? because this page rocks!! haha