Dan, 12 May 2008The n78 should be able to hold SDHC cards. A 16gb card should be able to work on it.
About av... moreIf its true, then I'll purchase it ///
but how can you prove it ?? Have you got any link to prove its 16 GB Capability ??
or even 8 GB Capability ??
Please tell me, how is the music, How is the camera, how is the battery life, how is the keypad, how is the fm transmitter, how is the new symbian OS? Any problems with it?
I love using the FM transmitter on this device, it works wonders, I wish Nokia can add this function to all their music phones....
i think this phone's not good as its seem...
N73 for that example. bugs, sluggish, blah2 lol....
n82 without 5mp camera, n73 with wifi and gps
and some good sound specs as spice
You can't charge it through micro USB.
I've seen prices from $584 to about $700 at different websites.
Unless you really want an FM transmitter on your phone I wouldn't trade your n82 for a n78
to uNWx the n81 is the loudest ive owned these we have yet to see how loud the n78 is
It's up to you. If you have no contentment, then trade your current phone to the newer one.
Online support for N78 is already available in Nokia website more than 1 week ago. I am wondering why this phone is not yet made available.
i have a black N82 and it look almost the same as the black N78. Beside N78 FM Transmitter and new O/S, but lower camera pixel count (3.2 mp).
Is there any reason I should trade my N82 for N78, beside it being newer.
According to nokia, the n81 has the same sound quality as the n91.
However, Nokia also said that the n78 music quality has been beefed up to the level of the n91.
I read the smape review. Indeed, there was a statement saying that n78 was slightly better than n81.
This could mean 2 things:
1. The n81 is slightly inferior to the n91 in terms of sound quality, or
2. The n78 music quality that is slightly higher than even the almighty n91.
Personally, i think that n81 and n91 do have the same audio level. If what smape said is true, then the n78 would dethrone the n91 to become the loudest nokia handset. (Great)