Only a day after Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia went live with the support pages for its Nokia N86 8MP handset
, we learn that the mobile phone is already shipping all around the world. The device, which is the company's best mobile imaging device, has received the TIPA Award for the Best Mobile Imaging Device in 2009, and has been recently spotted at FCC, yet the fact that it is coming to the shelves so soon is still a surprise.
According to Nokia Press Bulletin Board, the handset
sports variable aperture, which allows it to deliver impressive pictures even when the light conditions are not the optimal ones. In addition, it also sports a fast mechanical shutter for shorter latencies, as well as Automatic Motion Blur Reduction, which should provide less motion blur. Compared to other camera phones, the new 8-megapixel behemoth from Nokia is reported to need only half the time to take a new picture.
The specs of the new Nokia N86 8MP phone
include an AMOLED 2.6-inch QVGA display that boasts a 240 x 320 pixel resolution and supports up to 16 million colors, the 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss Tessar optics, dual LED flash, video light, assisted GPS (A-GPS), voice guided car navigation, TV-out support, 3.5 mm stereo headphone plug, microUSB connector, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, support for Nokia Maps 3.0, support for N-Gage, Nokia Music Store, social networking sites, and PC Syncing.
The specification list of the phone
also show that the handset comes with 8GB of internal flash memory, a microSD memory card slot that supports up to 16GB of additional storage space, 74 MB internal dynamic memory, video playback capabilities with support for file formats such as MPEG-4, AVC (H.264), WMV, 3GPP (H.263) and Flash Video, music player with support for MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, eAAC, eAAC+ file types.
The Nokia N86 8MP comes with S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2, and offers support for a wide range of frequencies, measures 103.4 x 51.4 x 16.5 mm and weighs 149 g. It includes a BL-5K, 1200 mAh battery that can deliver up to 3.9 h (3G), 6.3 h (GSM) talk time and up to 11.5 days (3G), 13 days (GSM) standby time. Unfortunately, it seems that no details on the pricing of the handset have been unveiled so far.