Nokia N8 Specifications

We are nearing the official release for the Nokia N8, which is due for release around September according to sources as opposed to it’s initial release date of July and if you didn’t already know by now, the specifications can be seen below.

The new Nokia N8 mobile phone will sport a 12 mega-pixel camera, with HD video and sound, and runs on the brand-spanking new Symbian ^3 operating system – you can also browse real websites (‘yknow, not those terrible WAP pages of the 90′s).

The Nokia N8 is the best specced mobile device to date, with a 12 mega-pixel camera that is not only compact, but can also act as a mobile phone and an entertainment device (games, music, online TV streaming) is pretty much unprescedented in the World of mobile phones. Early feedback suggests it could be as popular as the excellent Nokia N97.


Like social networking? Well this phone will make it a breeze. You can update your status, share photographs and an app for you to view live feeds from Facebook and Twitter. You can even move your events from Facebook to your phones’ own calender.

You can personalise your phone until the cows come home with this new device, with up to 3 different pages for your to customise and add widgets to your hearts content.

Quick overview:

Dimensions: Size: 113.5 x 59 x 12.9 mm
Weight (with battery): 135 g
Volume: 86 cc

Camera: 12 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics
Xenon flash with automatic red-eye removal
Automatic location tagging (geo-location)
Face recognition software
Up-to 2x zoom on pictures
Auto-Focus

Video: HD quality 720p resolution
Shoot videos in HD (16:9)
3x digital zoom
VGA Camera for video calling

Memory: Internal memory: 16 GB
MicroSD memory card slot, up to 32 GB

Connectivity: Bluetooth 3.0
HDMI
2mm charging connector
Micro-USB and charging
High-speed USB 2.0
FM Radio
FM Transmitter

GPS and navigation: Integrated GPS, A-GPS receivers
Ovi Maps with free car & pedestrian navigation
Wi-Fi Positioning
Compass and accelerometer for correct orientation of display