Hey irma, S$1,200 should be within range for the initial launch. I was told the initial RRP should be S$1,188 (m1) but if you can wait until May 10, you should get a much better price.
Lookout for it in Straits Times in the next few days, it should be getting a full page ad soon.
Slider design again, quite problematic...
How nice the N80 features on N70...
N70 is still one of the best design...
I suppose the 3MP camera is very sharp...
Nokia always comes up with the best...
No doubt the Market Leader for all these years...
this is phone is a good phone but then again nothing is perfect has anyone noticed or discovered any faults with this phone??
Nokia released the N91 an N80 an tomorrow in Berlin they are going to show the new "N" mobiles the N73 an N93 just hope they do not take ages to get these two new models on sale like it as to get the N91 an N80,another hope Nokia now make the "N" series phones smaller,thinner an lighter an have cameras with auto-focus go to www.mobile review.com an they will show the new phones on wednesday,i can"t wait to see them
For all who are interested, here is the conclusion and "Pro's & Cons" to a review on the Nokia N80. You can read the entire review at the link below:
Starting off on a high note, the Nokia N80 camera phone lines up a brilliant high-resolution screen and 3 Megapixel-pushing camera only to put its foot in its mouth seconds later through the absence of an autofocus, which hampers its ability to produce quality stills with predictive consistency. Although it also includes the most extensive line-up of printing, publishing and image management services of any camera phone to date, it still falls marginally short of its N90 predecessor - yet retains broader overall appeal due to its music, business and wireless photo streaming functionality, rendering it a superb 3G phone.
Camera resolution; comprehensive image management and connectivity; good battery life
Lacks autofocus; anemic camera interface
RE: Vodafone saying the phone will STILL cost as much as £200 on the HIGHER contracts.
Well thats because, erm, vodafone are F(_)cking sh!t and they just rip you off.
They are the WORST operator in the world, who seem to ENJOY ripping off their customers.
Perhaps people should stop being so thick and perhaps use a different operator (Like 3 or maybe T-Mobile or Orange) who DONT ROB YOU.
Thats an idea.....
"At the same time Nokia’s product received minimal mark for sound quality, when users did not see it. During the moment when they were listeingn to it and were able to see the phone itself, the marks were significantly higher. The reason for that is because Nokia’s brand is very popular and users are loyal to that. Their expectations of music phone are high and when they hear the actual quality, they believe that it’s just their faulty hearing, not faulty phone. Mismatch of sound and expectations leads to conclusion that user has something with his ears; he tries to hide that and give higher mark to the product. This is a clearly demonstrative experiment, which clearly demonstrates how percept of brand name grades flaws in realization of this or that function"
The original is in mobile-review in music-phones's test. So so true words..!
Unknown user's post:
"n91 is expensive seems reasonable cuz it have 4 Gb memory but why n80 is so sexpensive can any buddy tell me"
Because in the top of the telephone is written NOKIA!
The cult for the most of the people-so blind.. But I'm see the reality,NOKIA's telephones always not more special than other brand's models. But Everybodies make NOKIA's models best.. yes make..
hi there david the phone slides up like a nokia 6280 and boy what a phone it is
Vodafone UK told me today they expected it to be available with them on Wednesday. But they couldnt tell me for sure how much it would cost to upgrade the phone. They said the rrp is £450. The guy worked out a rough idea of a cost based on the Nokia 9300i, which has rrp of just over £400. And he seemed to think even signing up to an 18mth contract it would still be between £180-£200! And thats on the higher tarifs as well!
In my country it costs 760$,the phone for SURE would cost alot.already expected more but thank god.
those who cant buy the phone now,wait month or 2 at most so that the price will go down,about 90$ for sure and then it will hold up for a while(long time)
n91 is expensive seems reasonable cuz it have 4 Gb memory but why n80 is so sexpensive can any buddy tell me
I'm sure that comparison will be done also from mobile-review.com They are the best in this(and not only this!) So we are waiting for the interesting crash between K800 and N80 :)
Good news at last its going to available at last just tried the B4Utele web page an its £660 sim free so its not going to be cheap so the handset better not be a phone with software problems an why wasn"t auto-focus put on the camera ,PLEASE GSMARENA do a review of this mobile as soon as you can so people can make the right decision wether to get the N80 or the Sony Ericsson K800i i am not sure yet so lets get a full review of the real model not the prototype one PLEASE!
Hahaha Why tou all Nokia's blind fans ignore my post a?! Hahahaha If you can will deal 1500$ for one Nokia's phones no matter is it the best,or there is better for less price.. Hahaha blind Nokia fans.. so same all of you..
see for you're self.
prices in holland over 29days (I hope)