By Anton D. Nagy | June 22, 2011 12:10 PM
Nokia has recently unveiled the N9 slate on June 21, a button-less smartphone running MeeGo with all the bells and whistles Nokia could fit in this unibody design. The Camera on the phone is one of eight-megapixels and it sports, just like the N8, Carl Zeiss optics.
According to Jens Wilke, Nokia Product Manager, the N9 is the fastest camera-phone on the market. It allegedly only takes a tiny bit more than two seconds to capture an image. For comparison purposes, Nokia Conversations also supplied the graphic above where we can see some strong contenders on the market like the iPhone 4 and Galaxy S II, HTC HD7.
The camera on the N9 is not only fast and packed with Carl Zeiss optics but it also features continuous focus which means the lenses are always working to keep the best focus possible at all time on the subject. This is the key to capturing fast images but, as far as images are concerned, many including myself would wait for seconds and seconds if only that picture could come out great!
Source: Nokia Conversations