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i just wish that N82 would be reincarnated in a body of samsung G800.that would be nice
i've seen it , i've hold it and play with it. i will not going to say anything if i haven't seen even the shadow of this phone.
To all my Kababayan out here, I want to ask some question of how to operate the light sensor because it's not working. Unlike my N73ME which will work automatically. Can you help me with this little problem. Thanks a lot!
why are there no sounds in all the games i've downloaded.. isit i must download some type of software
your absolutely right! its like nokia rush this model to be out in the market or they run out of ideas about the design.
N82 design is like just a prototype phone, unlike n95 8 gb is very pleasant to look,design also matters.
To all YouTube fanatics and N82 owners:
MobiTubia is finally out and you can download it for free, here's the link:
if you're currently using emTube, then try this. See for yourself then decide which one performs better. Enjoy!
ok so how good is the phone in person is it like the n81 or is it better i have the e65 and its basicly the same interface i wanted the w960i instead but the thing is that i read and watched alot of reviews on youtube and other fourms on how crappy the phone is on the feel it doesnt look the same as the picures they advertise i need some help on what to get w960i or n82
Best all-in-one phone in the market now!
This is my assessment for the N82
On a scale of 1-10 with regards to features definitly a 9 compared to what other phones is available in the market. The N82 has almost all the best features available on todays smartphones. I based this from the specs listed for this phone.
Now based on looks and feel. After i had actually seen and held the phone in a store in my area. I was disappointed with the metal look but plastic when you look closer looks. When i held the n82 it was like holding a plastic toy phone for kids. So for this category its a 3.
For actual usage and operation its smilar to using the n72 the S60 symbian software has not changed much, though it seems to responds abit faster than the n72 of coures thats without data loaded on the phone yet. I will rate this a 7.
Overall rating for me will be a 7. If you can get past the looks and feel The N82 with great features is a good phone for you.
Hmm, that was quick. Thanks very much, ccl!
I should have mentioned that I don't have that same problem with my N80.
It also scares me though, as I don't want to damage and waste the memory card just because of that(and most especially if I were to get either a 4gb or 8gb one)!
I recently bought the N82, and I have been moving mp3's to the phone thru USB (Data Transfer). The only problem I have is that I don't know how to end the connection, and the manual doesn't say anything about it. When I right-click and choose "Eject" on the drive where the phone is, the phone displays the "Data may be lost..." warning. But I still end up with the files stored in the memory card, though.
I have a card reader, but I don't want to remove the microSD card everytime I want to put stuff in and take stuff out.
Don't want to install the pc suite on my computer, also.
Help will be greatly appreciated.