Top 10 Nokia N8 unsung design features
What’s you’re favourite part of the Nokia N8? Is it the 3.5-inch touchscreen, the 12-Megapixel camera, or maybe even the GPS and free sat-nav? Well, how about the FM Transmitter, MicroSD slot and torx screws? Check out the top 10 Nokia N8 unsung features for an alternative take on everyone’s favourite smartphone.
The Nokia N8 has been a smash-hit since it was first released last year and with the imminent release of the Symbian Anna update (still set for August according to Nokia) and comes with a whole host of innovative features, after all it was the first Nokia to launch with the Symbian^3 OS, which means it debuts the multiple homescreens.
What’s more, the Nokia N8 is the first Nokia smartphone with OpenGL 2.0 Graphics support, Qt 4.6.2 pre-installed as well as Dolby Digital Plus Sound on-board. But are there some unsung features of the Nokia N8? You can bet there is, check this list out:
Top 10 Nokia N8 unsung features:
1. Torx screws for battery access through bottom cover
2. Recessed camera glass
3. 2mm and microUSB charging
4. Power amplifier and large speaker
5. Raised screen perimeter
6. FM Transmitter
7. Exquisite button detailing
8. And the camera island too…
9. microSD and expansion memory
This isn’t our list, it’s been put together the guys over at All About Symbian who quite literally have left no screw unturned in their admiration for the Nokia N8.
Now, we love the Nokia N8 and there is no denying that it’s the best serving smartphone out there but even we have to admit that a couple of the options above are a little odd. Take the logo for example, is that really a stunning design feature? Check out what the guys have to say in its defence, and their other points, over at AAS.
Let us know what you think are the unsung features of the Nokia N8, by leaving a Comment below.