Nokia N87: A Symbian S60 Smartphone with a 12.1 Mpix digital camera
December 09th, 2009 - 10:56 am ET by D. T.
Nokia, who are currently betting on the success of their handsets, is now preparing a new Smartphone operating on the Symbian S60 platform. A big job lies ahead for the Finnish manufacturer.
Going by the name N87 and succeeding the N86, this slider Smartphone operating on the Symbian S60 operating system hasn’t yet had all of its secrets revealed, but we have some interesting information about the subject.
The device operates on a 600 MHz processor with a large 3.2 inch capacitive interface (which can only be used with your fingers) capable of displaying a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels (WVGA).
The device will also come with a 12.1 Mega pixel digital camera with a Xenon flash and double LED flash, with a second lens on the front to allow for video conferencing. A multimedia player with all of the dedicated buttons will appear on the inside of the slide out options (in the same way as the Nokia 8208 and Nokia N95) with the device being equipped with 16 GB of internal memory.
Not yet officially announced by the manufacturer, the Nokia N87 Smartphone should be officially revealed shortly. Rumours have it that a presentation will be made before the end of the month, so we will have to be patient for a little while longer.