Selling used phones in favour of Nokia N8 may satisfy camera needs
14 July 2010 — 4:03 PM
Consumers who sell their used phones for cash and put it towards a new Nokia N8, due to be released in the coming months, may be in pole position to make the most of their device's camera.
Rhiain, writing the Nokia Conversations blog, says the primary use of photographs after they have been taken is being stored on the computer - something 47 per cent of people do.
The author speculates that users could create digital albums and slideshows, while the second-most popular option is to upload images on to social network sites.
However, all of this relies on owning a mobile phone with a camera of sufficient quality - such as the Nokia N8.
Writing for the same blog earlier this week, Damian Dinning showed off the 12-megapixel photographic device that comes as part of the handset, which could be ideal for those who wish to take plenty of pictures on their mobile.
The N8 will also feature quality video recording technology, Nokia says.
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