Nokia N86 'great for photos and more'
9 November 2009 — 5:00 PM
Consumers recycling mobile phones for a device with a solid feature set may like to consider the Nokia N86, if one expert is to be believed.
According to an article for Register Hardware this week, the Finnish manufacturer has created a handset that will suit a number of buyers familiar with their models of the past.
Testing out the eight-megapixel version of the gadget, the article highlighted the various photographic features that make the N86 stand out.
In addition, it states 3G, A-GPS and Wi-Fi connectivity are on board, as is a 2.6-inch screen that is described as "strikingly bright and clear".
The site concluded that the dimensions of the N86 may bother some, but for others this may not be an issue, stating: "It's capable of taking excellent shots - and [there are] plenty of good extras too."
Other devices in the Nokia range that could serve as an alternative include the N97 or the 5800 XpressMusic.
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