Selling mobile may be worthwhile to get hands on Nokia N8
3 November 2010 — 11:59 AM
Keen photographers who like to catch all of life's greatest moments on film may wish to upgrade the technology at their disposal by selling a mobile phone and switching to a Nokia N8.
Adam, writing the latest Nokia Conversations blog, says the Photo Editor app that can be downloaded for the device is one of the best in the business.
Users no longer need to hunt down cables and leads in order to link up their handset to a computer, as they can work on their images using the software as soon as they have been taken.
"Photo Editor is launched automatically from the photo gallery of your Nokia N8 and once loaded, you'll be able to crop images, reduce red eye, add animations or add other special effects," explains the author.
The model was released last month by the Finnish brand, which has also launched mobiles such as the C7 and E7 in recent times.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you love using your phone to take pictures, this app could be very handy. Why not upgrade your old handset? By trading it in, you could make some extra cash."
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