Nokia N8 may be perfect upgrade after mobile recycling
16 July 2010 — 11:57 AM
People preparing to recycle their old mobile phone could wait a little longer in order to upgrade to the Nokia N8.
The eagerly awaited device has been described in some depth by Rhiain, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, who details a range of aesthetical and technical strong points.
From a design point of view, the Nokia N8 is crafted from a piece of high-quality aluminium which offers resistance to scratches.
Meanwhile, Nokia is "not one to scrimp on the detail" and has cut each button individually from the same piece of metal.
And those who enjoy video and picture-taking features may be pleased to learn it will feature an HDMI connector, allowing clips taken on the phone to be shown through a television.
Rhiain goes on to note the capability of the phone to satisfy social network users, explaining: "You can comment, read and send messages, update your status and share your location, photos and more."
The phone is also due to include a 12-megapixel camera.
Dave Clarke, online marketing manager at Envirofone, says: "If you are thinking of upgrading to a device like this, which offers high specifications, an easy way to do it is to trade-in your old phone for cash."
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