Also, the front camera is VGA. It's a pity coz on one of the other phones that has a 3.2 megapixel camera, the front camera is a 1.3 megapixel camera. But I read that even so, 3G networks run better on VGA cameras and that 3.5G networks can then better handle higher resolution cameras? I do think battery life is important for an user who listens to music, say, possibly 7 to 8 hours a day, and if calls come in for 1 to 2 hours, the battery life may end quick since the standby time will be much shorten. It would be nice if Nokia could address some of the problems we believe could be but usually Nokia doesn't change their specifications once they are announced right? However, I would say Nokia N80 is really in a league of its own for this time frame that is is announced, until better competitors come out. Though I do like the W900i too.
to gaab ;
this is my newest firmware upgrade:
Nokia N80 (11)
no problems with my set since the firmware upgrade.
hi to nokia users , i have a nokia n80 . im facing a problem with my mobile . the problem is that it takes so much time to open a program , as far i cant open my gallery , anyone can help me please !!
To all N80s users:
What softwares that you can install to the phone is compatible with the N80?
And do you know why the voice command cant work?
to the one who asked about which has better quality video recording, the n90 or n80, it's the n80. i dont have the phone YET, well im thinking about this or waiting for the n93 which is coming out really soon. i've seen a commercial of it in the nokia site, i dont know why the n80 doesnt have one yet although its out, but also support pages for the n93 are out in the nokia europe. ive read a few stuff about that. if you want to know about the n80, try reading the reviews first, it really helps.
Hi, im thinking of buying a new Nokia smart phone. My question is, what do you think about sliding function of this phone? it really seemed to me that it has a poor sliding quality compared to 6680. All ideas are appreciated. thanks.
im all excited about gettin my new black baby next week-what should i be prepared for?and does anyone know where i can get a desktop stand/charger for it?
for anyone that has used the n80 is the battery life any good after u listehn to the music and take picture and go wifi. can it last one day wif all that useage?
hello, what is better the video on n90 or in nokia n80, i know they are the same mp4 and 15fps, but i have hear that the n90 take better videos, is that right?
i would dare to say people don't care much about battery life... if then the razr v3 would never sell 50 millions. as they did. which lesser features and high prices than any phone around
nokia sonyericsson samsung motorola
four big brand mobile producer
personally, i have used lots of phone, as nokia N80, 8800, 8910, 8850, 8310, 6600, 6230
sonyericsson P900, T68, K700, W800....
samsuang D500, D600....
motorola V50, V60, V70, V3
nokia: best technics, longer lifetime, as 8800 last over 3-5 years, pool battery
sonyericsson: pool technics and screen AS w800, short life time, less than a year, best for kids, but best battery peformance. like toy
samsung: very good technics and screen, life time okey, battery okey.
motorola: good technics, screen depands on model, pool battery, and difficult to operate.
eventually, i return to nokia, choosed this one N80 and 8800
this is gonna be a funny comment coz it's gonna lack a main direction..but whatever! i've had my N90 for like almost 3 months, and i'm tired of it coz now it almost always hangs/resets/shows MEMORY FULL after ending a call or after taking a photo after that time when i dropped the stupid brick on some rocks before I went snowboarding, so like yeah IT'S BROKEN!! anyway i never bothered to get it fixed so i gave it to my mom, and i don't even know if she's figured out how to use it-- oh well.. but moving on, i got the urge of researching about the latest phones to replace my N90 - my choices were the N70, N71, N72, E70 and finally the SE k800i. i had a long and hard time comparing these phones and trying to solve my dilemma of picking the best/most or near-practical phone for me. and guess what--i ended up buying the N80. so yeah, it's perfect for me. THE END!
to lady N80 user:
what version of firmware upgrade did you get? to check it key in: *#0000#
Regarding the old and new SIS files. That would explain why SeleQ v1.7 doesn't work on N80 but works on N70. So has anyone got a SeleQ that works on N80??
hi had my phone for about a month plus. very outstanding smartphone. read the comments here. had some of those problems myself. HOWEVER, after i sent my set for a firmware upgrade (a week ago), i dont find any troubles with it (especially the hanging & rebooting). camera & video quality are still the same tho nevertheless but to get a high-end-difinition pictures or video, might as well get an indivudial digicam and video cam. i think N80 is a nifty little device all packed into one, and just nice to be used as a regular mobile + digicam + videocam gadget.
for those of you having problems with your set, try firmware upgrade. i bought mine at an original Nokia dealer and sent firmware upgrade to the same place too.
I think this is a great hand set with enormous potential to sell but when people see the battery life and standby people.. especially me, might just think twice before purchase!
Had the N80 for about a month and I must say I am Impressed. I have always had nokia phones; my last phone was the 6630 which I believe was one of those phones that set the benchmark for phones to come. The N80 has done the same thing.
The first thing you will notice when you get the phone is the amazing TFT display. The quality is so unbelievably good that it gets a "WOW" reaction from almost everyone that sees it for the first time. After that when you start to flick through the menu, you notice how much quicker this phone is compared to the previous symbien nokia phones. The processing speed is really that quick. This is one of the biggest refinements compared to the predecessors.
After getting used to the menu system, I started to check the features of the phone, pretty much the same as the previous symbien phone with the exception of the connectivity features of this phone and the amazing web browser. The web browser has to be one of the best out there; this one actually loads up the entire site when browsing.
Overall the phone is excellent to use, the only slight downside is the 3 mega pixel camera, although a vast improvement from the previous model, the lack of auto focus slightly dents a brilliantly packaged phone [if you are being hyper critical]. Despite this I don't think there is a phone on the market that comes close to the N80 in terms of design, performance and the desirability. I would definitely recommend this phone if you are looking for a "smart phone".