Nokia Nseries 2006
While the phones announced today had been rumored for a while, Nokia's partnership with Flickr was the one surprise announcement. What's new with this is a special upload client fully integrated right into the camera and gallery applications.
While you've been able to send photos from your phone to Flickr before using email or third-party software like ShoZu, it's never been quite this handy. Now right after you take a photo, the "Send" menu includes an option to send the photo directly to Flickr.
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You can add a title and description before you send the photo. Unfortunately it doesn't really support tags directly. However, if you add your photos to "albums" in the Gallery application, the album names will automatically be added as tags if you later upload those photos to Flickr from the Gallery.
The Flickr tool is pretty basic for now, but it does seem well-integrated into the OS, to make the experience every bit as seamless as it should be.
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