The N8 also offers 4G connectivity through three different networks (GSM, HSPA and LTE), with support for dual SIM cards (should you want to use the US networks) and easy roaming to four other countries. For data, you can use either one of the SIM cards (and SIM cards are a snap to swap) or an optional microSD card; in our tests on T-Mobile's network, about 20MB was all the stick could take.
If you're more into gaming and are happy with a regular touchscreen experience, the Nokia N8 brings 4.5-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch support and a fairly nice gaming experience to boot. The N8 has Nokia's nice mix of a standard size capacitive touch screen and game controller, both for left- and right-handedness. The touchscreen optimisation in gaming here is very welcome: gaming on the Symbian platform doesn't have the best touchscreen experience in the world, given that input needs to be handled on a keypad overlay. Games can even make use of the N8's (appropriately toughened) 5-megapixel camera for image capture. Nokia's Exselt visual editor is also a nice addition. You can pan around the screen to move the camera around when taking a photo, and there are various other camera options.
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