The Nokia N8 seen through YouTube videos
As part of their launch communications Nokia have uploaded a series of videos to YouTube showing off some of the key elements on the Nokia N8. Plus there's a video showcasing the N8's design with the help of a hands freestyler and another telling you about Nokia's 'Make My App' competition, through which you could win your own N8 and a trip to London. We have rounded up all these videos up into a single post - read on to see the videos and additional details.
Introducing the Nokia N8
This video offers an overview of the Nokia N8. Each section of the video is also available separately on the Nokia YouTube channel (linked individually below).
Notable points include demonstrations of the slim line form factor, multi-touch in the camera application, updated image editing application, 720p (HD) video recording and playback, home entertainment (HDMI out and Dolby surround sound), Facebook (updated client and homescreen integration), multi-page homescreen, updated application UI, Ovi Maps (free navigation), Browser (faster than ever, with flash see you see websites 'the way they are meant to be'), Web TV, Gaming (Angry Birds and Asphalt 5), Music (renewed UI and 2 days playback time).
Nokia N8 launch video
This is Nokia's launch video with the usual mixture of animation and computer renders. It takes you through the key features in two minutes.
Nokia N8 Make My App competition
To help promote the N* (and provide content for the Ovi Store) Nokia are running a 'Make My App' competition to win a trip to London (Nokia World) and a Nokia N8. Nokia are looking for ideas to turn into apps.
The video introduces the competition and interviews two of the judges, Tim Kring (Producer of TV series Heroes) and Matt Osman (London editor of the online magazine le cool), to find out what sort of ideas they think might win.
You can enter the competition here.
Nokia N8 sneak peek
In this final video Max Vlassenko, hand freestyler (great job title), gets hands on with the Nokia N8. It's a good opportunity to take a closer look at design, a slim line monoblock touch form factor wrapped in metal and glass, and the hand dexterity is OK too.
Published by Rafe Blandford at 15:35 UTC, April 27th