Nokia is working on a new mobile phone that will not only feature a capacitive touch-screen, but a high-spec 12-megapixel camera too.
The successor to the Nokai's flagship camera phone, the N86 8MP, this new design has been labelled as the Nokia N87 12MP, is also a dual slider that opens to reveal a standard number keypad, and at the other end, a set of media buttons. The capacitive touch-screen clocks in at 3.2 inches with a wide-screen 800x480 resolution.
According the Phone Arena, the camera is a high-quality Carl Zeiss lens with both a LED and Xenon flash, meaning it should trounce much of its competition at those lowlight snaps.
Operating system wise, it's likely Nokia has gone with Symbian for the N87, as the company has already announced it will only release one device on its powerful Linux-based Maemo OS, and that device is meant to be a 'mobile computer' like the N900.
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