I am also wondering its not supporting .sis files. Any one having idea which file format will it support?? Also I had read it support MS office viewer. I am not able to find any such applications...can any1 help me out. Is there any website for N80, for downloading stuff ??
i want to know some information of symbol
what's the meaning of
1 HSCSD and UPnP technology
and when it used
about wlan , how it could use
sorry i got another question that just pop out of my head, what does 3G mean? thx for replying and sorry if this considered spam >.
hey guys i got 1 question, why is it that the black one cost like 20$ less than the silver one? i personnaly think that the black model look alot better than silver.
anyone know the camera is cmos or ccd?
Btw, the 820 battery is really not enough for such a powerful fon
Ok so here is my review. First off after reading all reviews here i was really scared to buy this phone. Anyways i called O2 up asking for an upgrade and the phone was with me in 24 Hrs. Onwards:
1. Solid construction and sturdy but there is a slight wiggle with the slider...no big
2.Phone is a little slow to boot up but is responsive and not slow overall once booted....i've experienced slower phones
3.Phone is packed with a gazillion features that most won't use
4.Call quality is very good so are the ringer volumes. Keypad is very functional a little bit on the stiff side but nothing major
5.Battery life is still at full bar and it has been charged for 12 hours with bluetooth usage, MP3 playback and several calls (Running in GSM mode only). Satisfactory for me.
6.Camera could be better but for a phone its not the worst thing out there
7. Phone dimensions are handy for me (i own a Treo so this is small in comparison)
8. Browser is nothing short of amazing and renders pages very well. Email send and receive is smooth as well
Overall a worthy upgrade shame about the Symbian OS (I'm a Palm OS person) but overall i like this phone and prefer it to the Samsung E900 i previously owned and see myself keeping this phone for a while.
At this point i'd recommend the phone but prospective non symbian users should be ready to do some work when it comes to getting your head around the Symbian OS
Well it is a Quad Band phone which supports 3G. In other words yes it should work anywhere in the world with a GSM frequency.
hi i wanna know if i bought this one from usa is it gonna work in middle east or not please answer me for importane
Nice pics. The quality is definitely equivalent to my digital camera!
I am buying this phone!
i plan to buy this thing, can any1 suggest how good is he battery, jus wanna use it for texting n talkin mainly n some mild mp3 use, about 20 mins each day.
the plug and play for tv viewing is a joke how many people have this feature on their tv,give us a cable like d600 and that would do for now.
Hey you Pu2t... upgrade simcard ?... i already using 3G sim card which is bundled to the phone package !... I also got the latest firmware... what is the relation between sim card and gsm signal ?... Why don't Nokia release the press release which sim card can be used and which one can not be used ???...
Just got the phone. It seems nice and stable. Just a little bit on the slow side but faster than the BenQ EF81. Quite cumbersome to navigate the Symbian OS but still bearable. However, when i try to send text messages it keeps asking me for a Message Centre setting. What the h e l l is that?
Example pics of the Nokia's N80 3 megapixels camera:
-Full resolution pics (click "download"):
-1.3 megapixel pics using the sport mode and some changes in the bars (again, click the download link):
on the specs on gsm it says the N80 has a 3.2MP camera, yet on the phone itself (by the lens) it says 3MP. what is it really?
I don't know what's wrong with me... my Nokia N80 has been repaired 3 times within 1 months...
Suddenly no gsm network detected. But the rest still ok. Seems like offline profile activated.
But they said the key-mat bezzel is spoil. I don't know what is relation between keymatt bezzel and RF part...
They still do not want to replace the phone and insist to repair it...
damn... this phone is really lousy... proof of bad quality of Nokia product...