Selling an old mobile could allow for Nokia N8 purchase

28 April 2010 — 11:50 AM

Selling an old mobile could allow consumers to do more.

Selling an old mobile phone may be an option worth considering for consumers with a love of photography.

The mobile giant Nokia has unveiled the N8 and billed it as a handset that will "revolutionise cameraphones".

Nokia Conversations blogger JBC suggests the N8 will set new benchmarks for cameraphones with high quality video, as well as images.

A 12-megapixel camera and high-definition video recording could ensure that users of the device get the picture they require while on the move and in the best possible quality.

Nokia imaging expert Damian Dinning suggested that although many new mobile phones take high-quality pictures he wanted a handset that went further.

He said: "I wanted to see if we could create something which looked much more natural than before. We go down the road of creating something that's really natural in its appearance."

Nokia's Ovi Store has revealed it will run a football promotion this summer, in honour of the World Cup, offering users access to apps, news, games and content from the world's best football nations.

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