This phone is great! I know some of you still love the N95 but i just hate its sliding mechanism because it easily gets LOSE. The N82 is a fast phone, has good camera flash, easy to install applications, has 2GB memory card.
Excellent camera (I actually traded up from a 2 month old SE T650 to the N82 just because of the camera)....BUT my biggest issue is with the keyboard. The tiny numbers and letters combined with the super-reflective chromed keyboard surround makes it just about impossible to use in daylight. Who ever at Nokia specified these digits and material has never used a mobile for texting in his (or her) life. Bad..Bad..BAD.
Its true that the N82 is a fingerprint magnet. The best way to get rid of fingerprints and keep your cell phone looking new is rubbing alclohol and a cotton ball. Trust me, It works
N82 a great phone and I owen one. But it bother me to see Nokia number oen leader in phone try to copy Sony keyboard style. This was one big reason I never tried to Buy Sony Phone and now Nokia copy it. Also why Nokia did nit include 3G 850 on this phone combine with 2100? it would of been nice to make it little mroe slime than it is now too. I also Owen Nokia E51 which is a great phone only with missing flash. I think these different group in Nokia Desgin center are not talking to each others.
brilliant phone just one thing sound is not as good as my n95 8gb,is there software that can make it louder.
Price has fallen black avail n short supply but sold 100$ exp,it should settle down at 450$ by april.All is not well esp the sharpness n pic quality and version update is lacking.N78 N96 hav erodded its demand.
i've been using this phone as a replacement from my trashy n73, and it's been great. even though some programs are lacking, and the front part is a fingerprint nightmare, every other thing has been working out great for me. the speakers are weak considering my previous phone (n73), but i don't really mind because the earphones are far better, even better than apple iphone's earphones, i might add. the screen is flawless, but seeing the size of the screen in n95 8gb kinda makes me jealous. but the xenon flash is something nokia n95 8gb users can't get a taste of, and that is really something to be proud about. the photo quality is pretty nice, though i think it's too compressed to make room for memory. the speed's fine, and the flash works out fine. no accidental sliding of the camera lens cover, and thankfully the d-pad is very easy to use. typing is not a problem either, once you get used to it (it'll only takes you a day or two, i promise), the higher elevation of the numeric keys makes it easier to type with this device than with nokia n73's numeric keypad and joystick which is poorly thought of. battery life is poor compared to sony ericsson's, but acceptable. the usb cable seems to be a problem for me, since it's one of a kind, meaning you have to bring one of your own everywhere to connect your phone to the pc. worse, the gps application is kinda confusing. the auto-rotate function is pretty cool. but in conclusion, this is an astounding multimedia phone, also a great and stylish phone. mine's titanium (silver version), which i think is better than the black one cause it seems like plastic. is it really plastic?
can any one tell me if this nokia n82 has video call or not??..it's already 3g as mentioned, but @ nokia official site they said "no video call"
which phone produce better videos at night ? Is it n82 n95 or n958gb. And that is in terms of noisiness. I use 5700 and n73 and at night there red and blue lines and dots all over the video. How ever w800i and k800i has no lines and dots in night vids. Please help.
can't wait till April im getting the black n82 so many happy people with it. can't go wrong with nokia hurry up April.
I have both the G800 and the N82.
As much as i enjoy the G800's design, optical zoom, feel, convenience, and comfort of the keypad, i would definitely choose the N82.
For starters, i appreciate the Wi-Fi capabilities of the N82, up here in Canada, i could not connect to my company's 3G connectivity, so WLAN became the only way i could connect to the internet. I enjoy how the N82 pictures take up less room then the G800's. An average N82 picture is about 750kbs, whereas the G800's pictures are about 2.2mbs. Although the memory difference, N82's pictures are still better in many aspects. The video recording capabilities and the flash of the N82 are better then the G800's BY FAR, G800 doesn't even come close. To top it off, the N82 has a symbian device, a smartphone, lol that speaks for itself.
I would buy n82 over Samsung because firmware updates r quicker n Samsung not as experienced in symbian os etc etc n Samsung only copying not creating
gr8 phone. . .. if i put a 8gig card will it run slow or hang??????????????
I am using this phone for almost two months. I LOVE my nokia. All I need is all-time internet connection. The best phone ever (for me). Still surprising me
What's worse, output volume via headphones is also poor... everything below 80% volume is almost totally quiet
What's the problem Nokia?
Why the camera has been vastly improved and the music has NOT ?
I heard that the loudspeaker is low and the sound from it is very soft,,,, but is it in that bad area to make me not to buy the phone or it is in accepted area and do the job,,,,,please help
this is nice phone i like it more but i have little bugdet to buy it
I just got mine, and i have been exploring this gadget for a day or two now, and i have found at least two things who are not working out of the box, Internet tv, and mapping up network drives, perhaps the latter is impossible, wich is stupid, and i guess with some upgrades and some googling ill get web tv up and running. Video calling is much better than on N73 (wich Nokia gave me my money back for after 1 year of problems) well basically, everything is upped a notch from N73. For now i like this phone very much. And the price is pretty low. (300£ in Norway) And compared to any other smartphone i've tried, its FAST!!! :)