Selling mobile phone could lead users to Nokia N8 video recorder
9 November 2010 — 6:42 PM
People with an amateur interest in film or those who simply like to capture special moments on video may be wise to sell a mobile phone and put the money towards a Nokia N8.
That is because the new device features a built-in video editor app, allowing owners to have a go at becoming the next Steven Spielberg, says Adam, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog.
There are many fun and interesting tools available to people who use the app, including the ability to create a slideshow of favourite clips and add music to scenes.
The handset also offers the option of making the transition between recordings seamless and even the chance to add various pieces together to create an entirely new film.
As well as its state-of-the-art video recording technology, the Nokia N8, which was released only last month, includes top music-playing and sharing functions and a 12-megapixel camera.
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