Can the Nokia N96 Get Any Better?

By: Mark Hirst

With more and more developments made in the Nokia series in it's each and every product, the desire to have a more full fledged mobile sets keep increasing amongst its fans. When Nokia N95 was introduced, there was a huge demand for it and heavy rush, and measuring its success and the demand it had amongst its fans, now N96 has been introduced in the mobile congress, in Feb 2008. Inevitably, N96 has its own unique features and even called its best features too. It has a sleek design and comes in black color, and the operation time may vary depending on the usage of the radio access technology and the operator network configuration and its usage.

Some of its added features would be the 3.2 mega pixel camera which has 2048x1536 pixels, with a Carl Zeiss Optics, and with a Tessar lens, and a video capture with MPEG-4 VGA at 15 fps, and a secondary camera with CIF (352x288 pixels) sensor. It has been added with an on device photo editor, which can be switched over between manual and automatic, and a manual video center, and with the presence of Nokia XpressShare solution, the user can share the photos easily from Photos application, or can share it with their friends and family through email as it is provided with a Bluetooth connectivity or MMS facility. The video resolutions are up to 15 fps of VGA, with an audio recording facility provided with AAC stereo of 48kHz. It has a digital video stabilization, and the video clip length would be a maximum of 60 minute per clip. The video file format is a default setting of mp4 and .3pg for MMS facility. The white balance can be varied to either automatic, sunny, cloudy, incandescent or fluorescent.

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