Nokia N86 8MP Review
All told, we believe the N86 8MP comes into play unjustifiably late. Yes, the device is a good smartphone, but by no means any better than its rivals. The phone has made it to our top 3 list in terms of pictures, taken in artificial lighting conditions. However, come to outdoor snapshots, it definitely lags behind competition. If you are looking for a capable smartphone, the first 8-megapixel camera phone of Nokia is a viable option, although it won´t wow you. In case you need improved multimedia capabilities, aside from a good performing camera, you might want to look at the Samsung´s 8-megapixel devices (OMNIA HD, INNOV8 and Pixon). Finally, if you feel like getting a handset that is more a digital camera and less a cell phone, the 12-megapixel Pixon is expected really soon – will it manage to take snapshot quality to a better level we wonder?
Software version of the reviewed unit - 10.086.
Nokia N86 8MP Video Review:
- Pictures taken in artificial lighting conditions have really good quality
- Pictures shared on social network websites look great
- Beautiful display
- Active phone stand
- Inconvenient camera shutter
- Operating system interface is boring and unfriendly
- GPS tends to lose signal at times for no reason in particular
1. behold--me posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55 0 0
Samsung.....LG.....now nokia! finally nokia needs to step up more better camera phones and INVEST IN TOUCH SCREENS
2. AlaneCzeQ posted on 26 Jun 2009, 15:39 0 0
I think 8 is a good mark but would rather give this one 7 because: - its Big and Bulky - too small screen - i h8 this OS it looks so 1990' - price