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Ilse Jurriën : October 30th 2009 - 23:30 CET
Nokia phone review

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NokiaNokia phone review at LetsGoMobile : The Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia uses special types of operating systems for the different categories of their mobile phones. Besides the standard S40 software, the smartphones run on Symbian; a well-known operating system which also goes by the name of S60. Symbian was developed by a joint venture between Nokia and several other phone manufacturers. In 2008, Nokia bought out the other participants and became the sole shareholder, which implies Nokia wants to get more out of the Symbian system. The Nokia N86 makes also use of Symbian.

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Nokia phone review

Nokia phone review - Fast digital camera
LetsGoMobile adds: "Starting up the camera application is pretty fast, thanks to the easy start by sliding open the protective cap. The screen remains black for some two seconds, after which you can immediately take the first picture. Also focusing is carried out quickly and smoothly. Indeed, you can even speedily take sequential pictures. In practice, this makes the Nokia N86 easy to manage as a digital camera."

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Nokia phone review - GPS navigation with Nokia Maps
LetsGoMobile continues: "Nokia delivers the N86 with the OVI-store and Nokia Maps on a prominent basic spot in the main menu. The OVI-store provides ringtones, games, video files and various other applications. Both free as well as at a small fee. The online shop does not yet offer a great deal of choice, due to the fact it has only recently opened. The internal GPS antenna can be used in combination with the Nokia Maps application. By default, the most recent maps are taken from the internet real-time, just like Google Maps. Furthermore, you have the opportunity to purchase a license for full navigation including voice commands. This license is already standard included to try out for 10 days. Those who would like to be able to use the software afterwards, can purchase a license for one day, one month or one year. The licenses for entire Europe will then cost respectively € 1.80, € 7.99, and € 59.99."

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Nokia N86 phone review
The Nokia N86 is the ultimate multimedia dual-slide mobile phone, featuring an 8.0 megapixel digital camera, which is why this Nokia cell phone is also known as the N86 8MP. In addition to the high resolution digital camera including a Carl Zeiss lens, the Nokia N86 features: WiFi, HSDPA, AMOLED display, FM radio and an internal memory of 8GB. Want to know more about the Nokia N86 mobile phone? Read the full Nokia phone review at LetsGoMobile.




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