Well what do you know, Nokia might finally announce an 8 Megapixel camera phone, many months after three of its major competitors (Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson) have done it.
In a recent article posted at the 2009 Nseries blog, Nokia shows us a picture and mentions that it’s made in Barcelona, “with a Nokia device”.
Said picture has a resolution of 3274 x 2448 pixels, thus it was taken by a camera of at least 8 Megapixels. Therefore, the only conclusion we can draw is that the Finnish giant has an 8MP Nseries smartphone ready to be announced at MWC 2009.
This is the resized Nokia photo (the original can be viewed at the above-mentioned Nseries blog):
In the pic’s Exif data, it can be read that the camera used for it features Carl Zeiss lens – which is no wonder, since all of Nokia’s high-end phones feature them.
There’s no clear info about the 8MP Nseries smartphone at the moment, but MWC 2009 is just three days away, so let’s wait for it to come. It looks like we won’t be regretting the absence of Samsung’s 12MP phone after all.
Update: Surprisingly, Nokia N86 was showcased in Singapore, not in Barcelona
Via The Nokia Blog
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