Recycle mobile phone to benefit from Nokia N8 camera
19 October 2010 — 2:16 PM
Recycling a mobile phone and putting the cash gained from the process towards a Nokia N8 may offer a range of benefits.
For example, consumers could use it as a chance to upgrade to a model with significantly higher specifications than their existing device.
Haje, writing an entry for the Nokia Conversations blog, offers a number of tips on how to make the most of the device's powerful 12-megapixel camera.
Firstly, the author advises using slightly different tactics to standard photograph-taking, such as making attempts to catch spontaneous shots, although only in front of attractive backgrounds.
Another good idea is to keep out of bright sunlight as the result will not look as good, while adding context by barely including the subject of the picture in the frame is recommended.
The Nokia N8, which was released earlier this month, also features high-definition video recording, Dolby surround sound and a stylish aluminium case.
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