The leading company in mobility, Nokia has announced a latest addition to its N-Series family – Nokia N86 8MP, the 2-way slider phone which features 8-megapixel camera with auto focus, 3rd generation dual LED flash and wide-angle Carl Zeiss Tessar lens, aiming to excel in bright and low light conditions.


“People demand mobile cameras that take excellent pictures in all light conditions,” said Juha-Pekka Sipponen, Director, Nokia Nseries. “That’s why the aperture of the Nokia N86 8MP is comparable to that of a high-quality, stand-alone digital camera. Whether it’s running with the bulls in Pamplona or capturing the panoramic beauty of a sunrise over Sydney, the Nokia N86 8MP will take brilliantly clear, wide-angle images that are instantly geotagged to be uploaded onto sites like Ovi Share or Flickr.”

Features Of Nokia N86 8MP:

  • Bright 2.6-inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) OLED display with scratch resistant hardened glass
  • Iconic 2-way sliding design
  • 8 megapixel camera combined with wide-angle Carl Zeiss optics
  • Fast mechanical shutter that operates at up to 1/1000 sec
  • Records 640 × 480 resolution video at 30fps
  • 8GB internal memory for storing up to 4,000 images, plus microSD slot for extended memory capacity
  • Latest version of Nokia Maps and full Ovi integration
  • Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP and WiFi 802.11 b/g connectivity
  • Integrated compass, FM transmitter and assisted GPS
  • Dedicated gaming keys and stereo speakers
  • Built-in kick stand ideal for watching videos and playing games

“When it comes to taking the best digital photos, it’s the quality of the lens and the sensor that count, not just the quantity of pixels,” said Helmut Heier of Carl Zeiss. “The Nokia N86 8MP is the first mobile device with variable aperture, adding to the Carl Zeiss Tessar lens for excellent results. It has never been easier to capture special moments in such a great quality.”

The new Symbian S60-powered Nokia N86 8MP dual-slider mobile phone that measures 103 x 51 x 17mm and weighs at 149 grams will hit European market by Q2 2009 for about EUR 375.