The best n-series camera phones

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budscom

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Post #315 February 2010, 14:28

Quote of user: dave_hotshot16

N73. . . .


N73 is only good in imaging but very poor in video recording with only 15fps & not fullscreen...

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chinupoddar

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Post #3213 February 2010, 14:48
N97 mini
N86

Love_Soul

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Post #3313 February 2010, 14:56
n73 is hte best in camera quality
its zoom is very powerful

BlackArgon

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Post #3413 February 2010, 15:12
N86 8MP

Rodskim

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Post #3525 February 2010, 14:50
Well taking pictures using any N series depends on how shot was taken...2 mega pixels or more will do make pictures better...i vote for N70ME with the latest firmware update...

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Post #3615 March 2010, 14:55
N82 still gets nice cleaner prints on indoors with the help of powerful xenon flash!!! most phones are only good on outdoors.

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Post #3727 March 2010, 05:33
of course nokia n82.

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harsh_joshi007

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Post #384 April 2010, 04:40
N82 is the best n-series camera phone
It has a xenon flash which gives better pics even during night and the camera quality is awesome

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Post #396 April 2010, 21:48
I think n86 8mp beats n82 on outdoor shots...images are sharper and colorful its dual flash is bit effective indoors.

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Post #4010 April 2010, 14:49
n86 8mp

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