Nokia N8 is probably the most anticipated mobile phone now, which can really turn into the next generation of “iPhone” competitors. It is therefore of particular interest to held the comparison of two advanced devices from Nokia: headliner of the current generation line, that is, Nokia N97, and headliner of the next line, that is actually N8.
According to the MyNokiablog, Nokia N97 has a number of significant shortcomings, making it extremely unfavorable decision. Thus, the gadget is very buggy, until the complete inability to restore functionality. In addition, N97 has a small amount of both operational (128 MB) and flash memory to store applications, has a poor-quality 5 megapixel camera without flash, undependable plastic case and works on outdated operating systems. And for all of this Nokia asks for 550 Euros – a price of a notebook!
In the model N8 all of these shortcomings disappear. And as it is declared the technical specs of the gadget do not give a reason to doubt yet. Thus, the camera will be excellent in N8 – a 12 megapixel wide-angle lens with the support of flash. RAM will also become more – 256 MB, even though not quite compatible with 2010 smartphones. Flash memory for applications, too, will be twice as large- 512 MB. For the first time the company will use the operating system Symbian ^ 3 in N8, a new generation of platform from Nokia. The price of the device will be quite modest- only 370 Euros.