Nokia’s new handset, the N8, will hit UK stores some time during the summer. The increasing popularity of the N8 will encourage many consumers to sell mobile in order to experience the Nokia's first 12-megapixel camera, which is equipped with a Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon flash.
The Nokia N8 was on track for release between April and June 2010, but the Finnish manufacturer quashed expectations stating it will launch in selected markets during the third quarter. The new mobile phone is likely to appear later than hoped, hinting that the handset will not be shipped until July 2010 at the earliest.
Nokia's spokespeople have been touting the smartphone as its latest attempted iPhone killer. It also apparently has the ability to play DVD-quality video and has a brilliant camera. The Nokia N8 has all the other bells and whistles, with social network integration and on-demand Web TV, both a possibility from Ovi Store.
The N8 will be the first device to run on the new Symbian 3 operating system. This will make for a faster and smoother user interface and a touchscreen capable of registering multiple taps at once. Lee Williams, the Executive Director of Symbian said the software giant is "stoked" to be chosen to power the Nokia N8.
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