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Geotagging has really evolved in Nokia’s latest phones, more specifically with the FP2 devices like the Nokia N85, N96, and N79. Previously, I needed to run an application like Shozu or Location Tagger in the background of an FP1 device in order to add location coordinates to the photos I took. Now it just happens automatically.
An iPhone announcement is not expected at the upcoming Macworld, but what if Apple surprises us with a direct competitor to the Nokia N97? If they talk about an iPhone with Qwerty keypad and at least a 5mp camera releasing before the first half of 2009, I’m predicting the death of the N97. Read on to find out why.
Nokia USA has extended the $50 discount after the holidays, so if you are still looking to snatch a new Nokia knowing you are getting it direct from the mother land, now may be your last chance to take advantage. A little bird told us the deal is available day-to-day, without a set expiration date.
What I have today for you all is a small and simple guide with the help of which you can click better pictures. I have been using Nokia cameraphones to click some pictures worth displaying on my Phontography Blog and thus this month I will be doing a series of posts for the same. These are simple tricks, hacks or guides that will help you click exceptionally amazing pictures.
I think it’s the perfect time to compare photos taken by Nokia N96 vs Nokia N85 at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden because of fall foliage. It was cloudy, but I still managed to take some great photos from both the 5 megapixel cameraphones. Take a look and let me know which device takes better pictures.
For my first Nokia N96 Trial Challenge, I was supposed to take a geotagged photo from the Nokia N96 and upload it to Nokia Vine which is currently in closed beta. My buddies and I were originally just meeting up for dinner, but I decided to bring the ninja costume and have some fun with the challenge