The Nokia N86 is a 2-way slide dual-mode phone work on GSM network. It
features 8 GB internal memory, 2.6" Active Matrix OLED 16M colors at
240 x 320 resolution, 8MP camera with autofocus & run on Symbian OS.
This is the 1st 8 Megapixel camera phone from Nokia. Some information and reviews about it.
Just a note that The Phones Show 77 is now live,
with a discussion of TV and video for free on your phone (demoed on the
Nokia 5800), demos of five musician's aids on the Apple iPhone and a
declaration of a winner in the video editing race for handling
phone-shot MP4 video. You can subscribe to the QVGA or hi-res VGA RSS feeds (iTunes versions here and here) if you want to catch the show regularly.
Opera, the Norwegian browser and web technology company, today
introduced Fingertouch, a technology which aims to make it easier to
interact with a web page on touchscreen devices. On such devices,
especially those with smaller screens, when selectable page elements
(e.g. links or form elements) are grouped close together on a web page,
it can be difficult to accurately select the right element. Opera's
Fingertouch looks to solve this problem by providing visual feedback
and 'zooming in' on the clustered elements. Read on for more and demo
When the N97 was announced at Nokia World last year, some 8 months
ahead of its retail release, it was clear that the software was a work
in progress. At MWC, it was equally clear that progress had been made.
For example, Nokia were showing off a number of fully operational
homescreen widgets, including one for Facebook. A new addition, which
caught my attention, was the implementation of kinetic scrolling
(finger flick) in the browser, which improves its usability. Read on
for (extensive) further discussion and example video.