Nokia N86 review | Rating & Conclusion
Nokia N86 test conclusion
E xcept for a few designer issues, such as the design of the keypad and the position of the keys below the screen, the Nokia N86 is a nice and neat multimedia smartphone. All the functions are there. The Symbian software runs well and makes everything easily accessible. The digital camera is a true ace, it's for a reason Nokia calls the phone: Nokia N86 8MP. The smoothly operating camera application is accompanied by the large amount of setting possibilities and the speed at which pictures are taken. The quality of the pictures is excellent compared to other mobile phones. During the use of the Internet, we do miss a touchscreen and a full QWERTY keyboard, although the size of the phone has certainly remained more manageable as a result of their absence. All in all, it is a good phone that seems to have everything going for it, however, it is hard to know what its exact target group is. The corporate user may be looking for additional Internet solutions, while the private user is likely to expect more from the design. Yet it is certainly not the wrong product to purchase.
Nokia N86 smartphone review
The only true rival is its own big brother, the N97. If the release had taken place several months earlier, its sales numbers would without question have been higher.
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