Nokia N86 Smartphone Comes To US August 22nd

Posted: Aug 7 2009, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:41pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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If you love Symbian, high quality cameras, and $500 price tags, Nokia has got the smartphone for you. According to Boy Genius, the N86 is finally coming to the US on August 22nd of this year. The launch price of the N86 is set at $499, which is actually $59 lower than the pre-order price.

The N86 is Nokia's first 8 MP shooter. It packs a wide-angle lens, and a 1/1000 of a second shutter speed. The N86 runs on S60 3rd Edition FP2. It has a 2.6” AMOLED QVGA display, 8GB of internal storage, WiFi, and aGPS with Nokia Maps 3.0. It's got 3.9 hours of 3G talk-time and 6.3 hours of EDGE talktime. Standby is roughly 12 hours.

All in all, the N86 is a seriously cool phone with a fantastic camera to boot. Nokia smartphone fans will be sure to love it, and its impressive specs may even draw in a few converts from outside the fold.

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