Cameras is what Nokia does best, the N8 is fair testament to that and the Nokia N9 aspires to mimic the N8 in its quality, but with a much smaller camera footprint that does not protrude from the back and flows in beautifully with the rest of the body. Infact the module of the N9 is 70%(!) smaller than the N8, but according to Nokia, still manages to give the N8 a run for its money. (click to enlarge) It packs a f/2.2 aperture, the largest ever in a mobile device, an 8.7 megapixel sensor that lets you shoot in 4:3 and 16:9, with the 16:9 mode actually providing more width, unlike other cameras where the top and bottom is cropped to produce the 16:9 effect
It’s our EPIC review of the Nokia N900, and we see how it stacks up against four other hand held gadgets! Straight from the headlines: Dell shines their love on Linux…
Since the real multimedia highlight of the upcoming iPhone 4 is its HD video capture feature, 720p-at-30fps video samples are really what we’re waiting to see. However, as of the moment, still photos taken using iPhone 4′s 5 MegaPixel camera are all Apple (source) could share.
I’m happy to share with you the video which we shot last week to promote Maemo 6 UI Framework. Don’t forget to choose 1080p or 720p. Enjoy! 2010-02-16 15:04 UTC with score 2
This video is available via the HD option in 720p and 1080p. An overview of the Nokia N900, by Derek Gibbons.