Mobile recycling could lead consumers to Nokia N8
22 June 2010 — 4:02 PM
Nokia has recently unveiled its latest model, the N8, to positive reviews from a series of experts.
Using its official blog, Nokia Conversations, the Finnish telecommunications firm explained the device offers users a high-resolution and crisp display.
Of the industry analysts to have tested out the phone at its launch, all offered words of praise for its design and with its full operating system not yet in place, it could be fair to expect it to be even better once it hits the shelves.
Andrew Orlowski, writing for the Register, stated: "The most immediate improvement is performance. Menus open smoothly and without delay. Nokia has dispensed with the too-slow transitions."
Meanwhile, Andrew Lim, of Recombu, suggested the camera on the handset is good enough to provide some "fantastic shots".
Nokia is the largest provider of mobile devices in the world, with more than a billion of its products accessed each day.
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