Lycopersicon was a genus in the flowering plant family Solanaceae. It contained about 13 species in the tomato group of nightshades. First removed from the genus Solanum by Philip Miller in 1754, its removal leaves the latter genus paraphyletic, so modern botanists accept the names in Solanum; the name Lycopersicon is still used by gardeners and seed companies. Collectively, the species in this group apart from the common cultivated plant are called wild tomatoes. Cladistic analysis of DNA sequence data confirms Lycopersicon as a clade, part of a lineage of nightshades including the potato. If it is desired to continue use of Lycopersicon, it can be held as a section inside the potato-tomato subgenus whose name has to be determined in accordance with the ICBN. Former specific names are cited if they have changed when moving to Solanum, are:Arcanum group Solanum arcanum Peralta Solanum chmielewskii D. M. Spooner, G. J. Anderson & R. K. Jansen Solanum neorickii D. M. Spooner, G. J. Anderson & R. K. Jansen Lycopersicon group Solanum cheesmaniae Fosberg Solanum galapagense S.

C. Darwin & Peralta Solanum lycopersicum L. – Tomato, cherry tomato etc. Solanum pimpinellifolium L. – Currant tomato Eriopersicon group Solanum chilense Reiche Solanum corneliomulleri J. F. Macbr. Solanum habrochaites S. Knapp & D. M. Spooner Solanum huaylasense Peralta Solanum peruvianum L. – Peruvian nightshade Neolycopersicon group Solanum pennellii Correll Colloquially, wild tomato is used for several unrelated Solanum species with tomato-like fruit or leaves. The term is inaccurate and may be dangerous, as some of these species may be fatally poisonous: Physalis angulata Solanum carolinense Solanum quadriloculatum Solanum wallacei and others Peralta, Knapp & Spooner:: New Species of Wild Tomatoes from Northern Peru. Systematic Botany 30: 424-434

Nokia N86 8MP

The Nokia N86 8MP is a high-end smartphone announced on 17 February 2009 and released in May 2009. It is part of the Nseries, it shares similar design features with the N97. One of its main selling points is its Carl Zeiss photography features, it was Nokia's first camera phone to have an 8 megapixel sensor, features both multiple aperture settings and a mechanical shutter, a Carl Zeiss lens with a wide angle of view. It has auto focus and a dual LED flash, an AF assist light. Video capture resolution is 640 × 480 pixels at 30 frames per second; the N86 continuous the form factor of the Nokia N95 and N85 with its dual-sliding form factor, whilst adding a toughened glass front cover and metal detailing and keypad, making it look and feel premium. It has a 2.6-inch AMOLED display, a fast 434 MHz processor, an 8 GB internal memory. It has the same kickback stand as the N85 so it is possible to use as a small standalone screen, it is possible to configure the opening of the stand to launch applications such as the video player.

It supports the N-Gage gaming platform. The N86 8MP is regarded as the spiritual successor of the N95 8GB due to its feature set in the same sliding form factor, the commercial failure of the N96; some regard it a successor of the N82 due to its camera. The N86 8MP is a 3.5 3.75 Gdevice with dual-band HSDPA support, quad-band GSM and Wi-Fi. It has an A-GPS receiver, which links into location-based services via Nokia Maps, photographs can be automatically geo-tagged. There is a built-in digital compass, FM radio, there is a FM transmitter, it is rated to give 6 hours talktime, 25 hours music playback and 11 days on standby on a full charge. With optional DVB-H Nokia Mobile TV Receiver SU-33W it is possible to watch television on the screen of the phone. Ovi Maps 3.03, with free navigation, was released on 17 March 2010 for the Nokia N86. The new version was available via the SW Update application and has a file size of 8.24 MB. The N86, E72, E55, E52, 6730, 6710 and all of Nokia's Symbian^1 devices will get to experience beta-testing and free navigation.

The Nokia N86 8MP received a big firmware upgrade, to v11.043. That brought official Ovi Store compatibility, camera tweaks and the usual early firmware bug fixes and improvements; the Nokia N86 8MP received its v20 firmware upgrade a full week or so ahead of schedule. It was 8 MB large for an Over The Air update; some significant changes were: Improved still image and video quality and Close-up focus, Face detection and Red-eye removal were added, New focus point indication. The Nokia N86 8MP got a minor update to v21 firmware. Version 21.006 replaced v20.115 and was a maintenance release, improving performance further and fixing a number of minor bugs. Version 30.009 firmware features the latest Ovi Maps client and is now available via Nokia Software Update and Over The Air. It includes the latest Ovi Maps the sharing of location via Facebook. RealPlayer interface is tweaked and there are some usual minor fixes and improvements, it includes the latest Ovi Maps 3.04. The new version adds formal support for WiFi as a positioning method as part of an overhaul of the positioning functionality, plus significant performance improvements for search and map panning, a number of consumer-friendly UI tweaks and the addition of Qype information to the places database.

The Nokia N87, a successor of the N86, was leaked on the internet with full specifications in December 2009 and again in early 2010. However it was never released, instead the touchscreen Nokia N8 was introduced. In November 2010 a prototype of the N87 appeared on eBay which shows it running Symbian^3; the listing was removed after some time by the seller. Nokia would never release another high-end non-touchscreen device after the N86 8MP. Media related to Nokia N86 8MP at Wikimedia Commons Official N86 8MP website MWC 2009 photo gallery Some rare collection of various reviews related to n86 and its camera Time lapse treat- nokia conversations