I have to say I don't share your sentiments on the phone (except we all know the battery life is a bit weak, although hopefully that new li-ion technology will help ;). I have had the N82 for a week now and it really is just amazing. I know everyone is different, but I had the n95 for 3 months and after switching to the n82, I would never go back! This phone is so solid and if you are all about pictures...the choice is simple.
Once again, I highly recommend the phone to anyone, and I'm happy to answer any questions.
I wish they had make the front just like the back, not the shiny stuff the back looks really classy and gorgeous .. Ciao!
HELP! HELP! HELP!
i am very serious to saught for help before purchasing n82. following are my concerns,
1)i have come accross many n series users complaining of phone hanging or crashing. one of the employees in my organization had a phone crash on n91. he was greeted with cold shoulders from nokia support centres accross delhi. and he did whatever he could think to get some reverts from global nokia mail ids- but in vail. it took 3- months for him to get the replacement.
2)battery life is very short compared to se k750i- it lasts one day for me.
3) usb charging is not there- we need to carry bulky charger instead of data cord.
4)key board design gives it a little cheaper looks- though back side is really impressive.
5)movie clip quality- can anyone upload or fowrad a clip for analysis.
thanks a lot guys,
gsm arena is really a wonderful platform for analysis of mobiles....
Got this phone 2 days ago for 600$.
I thought it was the best phone, but I was deceived by its perfoemance:
- Speakers max volume is very very comparing to my old Nokia 6120 classic.This fact is compromised partly by good quality in the hedset.
- The headset enclosed in the pack oesn't feature a remote control.
- The Nokia maps hang the phone if there is no connection (my data plan goes 0).If you use the GPS without network assistance you will have to wait for long (about 10-15 mins indoor)and the coordinates are not precise(compared my home coordinates found by N82 with google earth).There's up to 50 m error.
- The battery is really poor (10 SMS+ 1 hour Gps+ 15 min GPRS + 30 min music + 10 min video + 30 min games + 10 min calls + 30 min menu navigation + a couple of photos = dead battery)
- The only good point is the xenon flash:I managed to shut all the light off in my room and the picture was astonishing.However, The DVD quality isn't by all means a DVD quality:it's OK when viewed in the phone but when you transfer it on TV, it's crap.
- The speed of the phone is a bit lower than my Nokia 6120 classic (339 Mhz against 369 Mhz?)
- The build quality is superb except for The memory card gate (get a bit loose already)
- The camera shuter system is very good
- The keypad is awkward especially the second
row, you have to type with your nails: for big handed this phone is not for you.
In conclusion, The concept of N82 is great but the reality is not that impressive.Hope only for a firmware upgrade that will improve
the battery life.
If you have any questions feel free to ask me
does anyone know if this phone picks up at&t 3g signal in the u.s.? are there more than 1 country that this phone is made? if so, does the answer to my 1st question depend on it? also, does its email program open attachment files such as pictures & word documents?
I bought this phone coz i wonder how did this new Nseries phone will do to my life. This phone is quite expensive but the features really has a place to be. It's wonderful but this phone is kinda bulky. I can't hide it on my pocket, it's like that I have a very big brick to carry on. Could someone invent a phone that is trully loaded of features?
The N96 only have led flash! The rear panel hides a 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens and dual LED flash.
Good Luck & I hope you have as much pleasure with this beauty as me!!!!
by looking at the pix of n96, it doesnt have a camera shutter to protect da lense. come on need more candy bar phone here
Don"t waste your time now going on about the N82 as now www.mobile-review.com is showing the N96 it looks like the N81 but a big bigger,an with the xenon flash on it so glad i didn"t sign up for a deal for the N82 now with xmas nearly gone the phons for next year will start being leaked out now
YAY..... I bought my Nokia N82 now, yay... only cost AUD$612 plus AUD$50 for postage. Im so excited, can't wait to get it. Did i mention that I love this forum, there's so much advise you can get from this site and the people out there in mobile land, someone always answers your question, like jetsson for one to mention, thanks. I'll keep you posted with how my model goes. cheers
Here two accelerometer games:
All would be N82 users.
Please not you do not have to worry about memory with this phone. Memory card capacity is upto 32gb when its available.
I have an 8gb HCSD in mine and its the most stable phone. I have 4 gb of music so far and its still fast.
It's avery nice phone,i like it so much..nice battery ,good performance ....really i think it 'll boom
I hate all N phones from Nokia, but for some unknow reason i find myself wanting this handset.
I look better then most of the other hansets i the range.
I've also been playing with one since we got hold of them 3 days ago and i havnt had to charge it.
Would be the only N seires of Nokia handsets that i would buy!
Thanks for getting it right this time!