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Nokia N86 8MP

Dual-slider design

Dual-slider design

OLED display

Right side

The star of the show

The Nokia N86 8-megapixel camera phone was announced on Tuesday and GSMA Mobile World Congress 2009.
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The N86 features a dual-slider design similar to the Nokia N96 and Nokia N85. When you push the screen up, you will get access to the alphanumeric keypad. We like that the buttons are now separated rather than all connected like the N96 and N85.
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The N86 also has dedicated media controls, which you access by pushing the screen down. Multimedia remains a high point of the device, and there's 8GB of internal storage for your files, which can be expanded with the microSD slot (up to 16GB cards). The N86 can play up to 25 hours of music on single charge and comes equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
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The N86 8MP has a 2.6-inch OLED display with scratch-resistant hardened glass. The smartphone offers PC and TV-out capabilities if you want to show off your photos on a larger screen.
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The right side of the Nokia N86 8MP holds a camera button and volume rocker. The N86 is significantly thinner than the Nokia N95 and N96, but similar to the Nokia N85.
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Of course, the highlight of the Nokia N86 is its 8-megapixel camera. It features a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens for panoramic pictures and variable aperture to help you get better pictures in super bright or low-light environments.
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