The Nokia N8: A Pocket Sized Photography Powerhouse

Nokia N8 Review

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They say great things come in small packages, and that is definitely true for the Nokia N8. Not only does it look great, but it performs like a pro for those who just can’t do without creating quality media everywhere they go. Coming fully equipped with a 12mp camera and Carl Zeiss optics, photography aficionados everywhere will be dying to put their hands on this new Nokia creation.

From the shape to the size and design, everything about this phone says “one of a kind.” Coated with an anodized aluminum body, this phone delivers a cold, crisp metallic feel that makes you think high tech and innovative. The Nokia N8 features a 3.5 inch viewing screen, showcasing brilliantly colored images that stay sharp from multiple angles. Streaming videos, games, music and more are made easy with this high-speed media powerhouse. The Nokia N8 has HDML hookup capabilities so you can share your movies, games and music with your friends on the big screen.

Have a special event like a wedding or vacation? The Nokia N8 serves as a perfect traveling companion. At just 4 ½ by 2 ½ inches the Nokia N8 fits nicely in the front pocket and is ready to capture your most treasured memories with the HD quality 720p video recorder. The recorder includes a 3x digital zoom for those times when getting up close and personal just isn’t possible. The Nokia N8 also comes complete with video editing software and YouTube upload capability built in automatically, making editing, saving and sharing your latest creations a breeze.

With all the pictures, video, music and more you’ll be creating, sharing and streaming, purchasing the Nokia N8 as an unlocked phone increases your ability use and love your little media miracle to the fullest extent.

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