I’ve covered the photography part of the mighty N86, so what’s next? The physical quality/built and looks of course. A picture paints a thousand words, so see the images below to view the beautiful N86.
Getting Physical with Nokia N86
Note: The images were taken from Nokia E72. Pardon me if they’re not of high quality.
Final verdict: Long story told short; for a phone that’s made in China, it’s as good as the N97 that’s made in Finland. I just don’t like the tear-to-open rear cover, which is again becoming a trademark for recent Nokia models (Nokia N97, X6, 5800, etc), but apart from that, almost everything is extremely satisfying.
The model I received from WOM/Nokia would have probably travelled across all the continents in the world from one hand of reviewer to another, which explains why the sliding mechanism was slightly off, and why the camera button was problematic, as I’ve mentioned previously. If I was the only person using it, I guess even after a year or so, I would have no complaints as to the built quality.
Other aspects will be covered thoroughly in the Full Review which is coming in a few days!
Full gallery can be found on Flickr
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