The best n-series camera phones

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_Mystery_Girl_

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Post #7111 June 2012, 02:54
The nokia N8 beats them all, with its amazing Carl Zeiss 12MP camera

kibria4mbd

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Post #7210 October 2012, 05:05
I will choose for you [colour]Nokia N95[/colour] Because its camera is more focussed and clear.

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_Mystery_Girl_

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Post #7313 October 2012, 20:07

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I will choose for you [colour=Pink]Nokia N95[/colour] Because its camera is more focussed and clear.


haha not true, N8 and the Nokia 808 pure view have the best cameras in the world. n95 is not known for a great camera

sam_Castle

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Post #7416 October 2012, 06:25

Quote of user: _Mystery_Girl_

Quote of user: kibria4mbd

I will choose for you [colour=Pink]Nokia N95[/colour] Because its camera is more focussed and clear.


haha not true, N8 and the Nokia 808 pure view have the best cameras in the world. n95 is not known for a great camera


N8 have 12 megapixel and 808 pure view is word best camera phone... But both in symbian.. In old version n73 is best

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sunny3503

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Post #7516 October 2012, 06:34
Nokia N97 mini is best Cam phone in N series i love this mobile

Quitter

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Post #7616 October 2012, 06:48
N8

akkadians

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Post #7716 October 2012, 07:10
N8 has a better camera....

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Post #7816 October 2012, 09:04
Nokia N8.

addydurg

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Post #7916 October 2012, 09:45
yup its n8

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Post #8016 October 2012, 10:16

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