I would also like to know if the keys are comfortable and easy to use or not?
Thanx in advance...
How long does the battery of this phone last?
Thanx in advance...
This phone is so-so. Although its features are outstanding, its design and its battery life are terrible and therefore don't justify the price.
With the exception of xenon flash, The new Nokia n95 8GB is much more better.
For the people who want memory cards, Nokia n95-3 would be a good choice!
hi guys .. i bought this phone yesterday .. any questions feel free to send it on my mail
To Imtiga (Raf)
Who cares whether its not original. If its not original to you just go get what you consider original. As far as im concernered it does what i want better than most phones out there and got the most features. It might not do all that s.e can do but it does more than they do so tough. If you want an original phone,go build your own and stop saying bad things bout what someone cracked their brains to come up with for the rest of us
Great flash!! Camera is one of the best as well!! About video, I still prefer N93i since it has optical zoom!
The keypad's not VERY original. Reminds me of SE K550 & W610. Thought they can get away with it.
ill just wait for another flagship phone, this one doesnt cut it, too bulky design, i know nokia will come out another phone better looking and same features like this one in few months
for now my thumbs up to samsung g800 for the design and specially the camera is superb
its better to wait than sorry
hi you guys,
wait in 2 or 3 months there is Nikia N82 music edition 8GB follow up next year.
I will see what smart phone Nokia
Got mine yesterday and its really great. Its so nice to finally haver everything, wifi, gps, great cam, beautiful screen. Its just a perfect phone.
No need to argue more.
N82 is the best phone at the moment.
I just regret it is so big...I may wait for a smaller phone as good as this one, if it is possible.
Hey GSMArena, what happened to the posting rules here? Could you please tow those bad-mouthed fowlies out the site? you could atleast Ban them.
Anyway, N82; good features, bad designs. Looks like a metal brick.
What will happen to the N95 after this? Nokia is always competing with his own phones.
ahaha this phone is too fat back again too the old fat phone days, and the old bad battery life of nokia
To get straight to the point, the Nokia N82 is a damn fine phone. Very often with a new phone you will find little niggles, something that doesn't work as well as you would expect, or something missing that would have seemed a logical inclusion.
The N82 is proving to be a reliable top notch handset. The design is good. The phone feels well built, has a solid feel and is well balanced, with good weight distribution. One of the most important parts of a mobile phone is the keypad. Without a decent keypad, a phone fails. The keypad on the N82 is different, very reminiscent of the W880i from Sony Ericsson, but as the keys are not as cramped as they are on a W880i they are much more user friendly. Sending a text message on the N82 is simple and straight forward, and the keypad is an improvement over the cramped layout found on the N73.
Down the right hand side of the phone you find near the top the micro USB port, in the middle the Micro SD slot and near the bottom the charging port. The N82 doesn't charge via the USB cable. All you find on the bottom of the phone is the microphone. Then, going up the left hand side of theh andset, at top and bottom are the speakers, in between which there is the camera shutter key, gallery shortcut key and volume keys, which double up as zoom keys when in camera mode.
The Nokia N82 has a 3.5mm jack point, which you can use with your own headphones for music listening. In a smart move, Nokia have placed this on the top of the phone, so when the phone is in your pocket the headphone lead sits naturally on top. The lanyard slot is on the top right hand corner of the phone, right next to the 3.5mmm slot.
The N82 is designed for 'technology stylists', people who like their phone to look good but don't want to lose out on features. The main focus of the phone is the excellent 5.0 megapixel camera.
The camera is equipped with autofocus, a Xenon flash and a Carl Zeiss lens. The lens is covered by a protective cover, which when flicked open automatically activates the camera. The response time is very fast, in no time the camera is active and ready for use. There are various camera options in the settings menu, for changing scene mode, adjusting colour options, white balance, etc.
When a picture is taken it stores very quickly. Press the capture button again after taking a pic and almost instantly the N82 is ready for the next shot. The speed is very impressive. The N82 has a large, TFT, QVGA screen supporting up to 16 million colours. As a viewfinder for the camera the whole screen is used and the clarity is superb. Browsing around phone forums and other blogs in the last day I've seen some people complain about the small size of the screen. Personally I think it is more than adequate, and a bigger screen would also mean a bigger phone. That would have upset the balance of the handset.
The N82 is very fast, considerally quicker than any S60 phone I have used to date. From boot up, the N82 accesses straight into the menu without any noticeable delay. Anyone who has used a S60 phone will know that this is not usually the case. Menu navigation is quick and snappy, and the D-Pad is easy to use. I've installed quite a few apps and
There are some nice touches in the menu system. The Active Standby screen has the usual six icons which can be changed to suit your own choice. Underneath the icons is the standard calendar entries, plus a shortcut to the WiFi scan and the search feature.
????? if you dont write your name when you comment..its says m@}x...dont ask me why..and yes..im that person.
he he he..i own many cell phones, (mostly SE phones(7 st)..i collect them...and yes, i can afford one N82...500 euro is not much money)
i bought one N82 today....
gps, wlan and camera works ok..(but it still have strange colors in quite many flash pics)..many features like all smrtphones have, (like allways on N-serie), tv-out
the joystick feelt realy cheap, small keys on keypad(not easy to text with), when you press C-button you press the other key, quite dull screen, (compared to k850, k850 shows more vivid colors), headphone jack on the top, i prefer the opposite.
i took this 2 pics with my k850 when i bought N82....
when i compare k850 with N82..k850 looks MUCH more beatiful...think even many Nokia fanboys agree on that....N82 is NOT beatiful..it have a lots of features, good camera...but it also have some bad things....or am i wrong ????