Mobile recycling can lead people to "world's best camera smartphone"
5 November 2010 — 4:02 PM
Almost a month after its release, potential mobile recycling customers may be confident enough the Nokia N8 is the device to replace their current phone.
That is in no small part down to its provision of a top-of-the-range 12-megapixel camera, making it, in the words of one expert, the "world's best camera smartphone".
Damien Dinning, camera chief for the brand's Nseries, tells the Nokia Conversations blog he and his team were right to spend so much time and effort on the picture-taking capabilities of the model.
"People thought I was over-obsessed with details. But, seeing the amazing pictures and videos that people have created with the finished product I think we were definitely right," he explains.
Mr Dinning adds his ears remain open when it comes to possible improvements for both Nokia N8 upgrades and future models.
Nokia also recently announced the launch of a string of other devices, such as the C7, C6 and E7.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "Having a good camera on your phone can be a real advantage. If you fancy upgrading your handset, why not trade it in? You could make some extra cash."
News brought to you by envirofone.com – the UK's largest mobile phone recycling company.
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