A high-end Nokia mobile phone has recently passed the FCC inspection. The handset, the Nokia N86, is set to be released in the wild in the near future. The phone comes with some interesting features and we also have pricing information.
The Nokia N86 NAM supports an 8 megapixel camera with CMOS sensor, Carl Zeiss optics, Tessar lens and up to 20x digital zoom. The camera also sports auto-focus with assist light and two stage capture key. It comes with dual LED flash, high speed shutter and 28 mm wide angle optics.
The handset comes with a 2.6 inch QVGA display capable of boasting 320 x 240 pixels resolution and offering 16 million colors. It comes with Active Matrix OLED technology and offers brightness control, orientation sensor and ambient light detector.
The handset comes with 8GB of internal memory and offers a microSD memory card slot for up to 16GB of additional storage space. The phone enables Bluetooth 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate connectivity, quad-band EGSM, automatic switching between GMS bands.
The N86 comes with a series of pre-installed applications such as Nokia N-Gage, Nokia Maps with compass, Adobe Flash Lite 3.1, Windows Live but requires download of Windows Live Messenger application, Adobe Reader plus several other interesting applications.
Anyway, the handset is expected to cost about $500, $59 less than the pre-order cost. The handset may be available through different carriers for an even lower price than that, $470 according to Softpedia.