The new Nokia N9 could tempt some consumers into selling their mobile phones and using the cash to purchase the device.
One particular attraction of the Finnish brand's latest handset is its eight-megapixel camera, which has received praise from one expert.
Jen Wilkes, product manager at the company, told Nokia Conversations that the phone's camera has many advantages over similar tools on other models.
For example, it has Carl Zeiss optics, which she noted is a stamp of quality and not one that the firm tends to use on many of its phones.
There is also the provision of auto focusing to get excited about, as this means the camera is constantly looking for the subject of its next picture or video and adjusts the focus accordingly, resulting in a top-quality image.
Earlier this week, Nokia confirmed the release of the N9 as well as a trio of affordable devices – the C2-02, C2-03 and C2-06.
Posted by Samantha Green