Nokia N86 8MP – coming to the United States

Nokia-N86The award winning Nokia N86 8MP, the most advanced Nokia imaging device, is coming to the United States. With its eight megapixel camera, dual LED flash and Carl Zeiss Optics, the Nokia N86 8MP will allow US consumers to carry a true replacement for single purpose point-and-shoot camera. With a beautiful 2.6-inch AMOLED screen, viewing images and video has never been more pleasurable.

Sharing images and video with your social network couldn’t be easier with the Share Online client that is preinstalled on the Nokia N86 8MP and its one-click upload.

Nokia N86 8MP

With over-the-air uploads, media can be seen within seconds from Ovi Share and other media sharing sites. The Nokia N86 8MP also comes preloaded with Ovi services including Ovi Maps, N-Gage and Ovi Files. With exceptional build quality and loaded with features, the Nokia N86 8MP continues the reputation that people expect from the Nokia Nseries.

Nokia N86 8MP

The Nokia N86 8MP will be available for $558.00 through Nokia Flagship Stores and www.NokiaUSA.com in the coming weeks.

Nokia N86 8MP white

Source: Nokia

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