Excerpt: Totally awesome cell phone with mobile home office capabilities. The Nokia N82 is small, but it can do everything on the fly. Quad-band GSM and EGPRS ensures global communication without dropped calls. The engineers at Nokia have come up with a pure genius device for all your communication and entertainment needs. The price in the USA is $540 and up. I recommend this mobile home office to everyone.
Summary: At a price of around 450 Euro , the N82 is a great phone , and it
will probably be a best seller.It's direct competitor is the Sony Ericsson
K850i , and thought the K850i is a great phone , Nokia N82 offers a lot
more than the Sony Ericsson handset.Nokia N82 is one of the best camera-phones
available on the market and one of the best handsets from the N-Series.
Summary: Thing is, the average consumer doesn’t “consider how complex and powerful a device is” when he shops for a phone or media player. And he doesn’t read User’s Manuals, either. So while the enthusiast interested in exploring the power of the Symbian OS will derive weeks of enjoyment from tinkering with a phone like the N82, John Q. Public just wants a device that works and works well.
Pros: Incredible Camera w/Xenon Flash; Full VGA Video Capture; Excellent Web Browser; WiFi; Extendable Operating System; 3.5mm Headphone Jack
Conclusion: GPS, N-Gage support, a crisp 2.4-inch screen and a camera to die for make the N82 a smartphone to rival all smarties!
Pros: Nokia's laying the smackdown on Sony Ericsson's camera phones with the N82. See, its built-in snapper is brilliant. The top class Xenon flash means you can take convincing indoor shots, while the picture quality is as good as anything we've seen on a mobile. But the stellar photographic performance isn't the end. The 2.4-inch screen is a crisp stunner that auto-rotates iPhone-style when you tilt the handset. Oh, and there's GPS built in, plus N-Gage gaming support. An...
Cons: There are a couple of areas where the N82 could be improved. The first is the size. It's not exactly a size zero. It's not even a size 10. Secondly, there's not much in the way of built-in storage, so if you want to bump the memory to N95 8GB levels, you'll need to shell out on a micro SDHC card.
Excerpt: The rightful successor of the highly acclaimed N73 makes its way on the mobile phone market to the sound of fanfare playing. The handset offers almost the same array of features as N95, but at a much lower price. Nokia N82 cannot be tagged as a cameraphone or a business phone, but it can instead be considered an all-in-one device. Moreover, every piece of technology included is of the highest quality and offers great functionality to the users.
Pros: The fact that Nokia N82 features the best camera on the market will not go unnoticed. Nevertheless, if that be the case, then it will be the Finnish manufacturer's fault for not properly advertising one of its best products. HSDPA, 2.4'' display, good battery, good music sound, Wi-Fi are only a few of the strong points of this phone. What can be better than getting an improved N95 at a lower price?
Cons: I guess a bit more work on its design would have attracted more users, making people forget about N95 or N73. A more resistant compound should have been used at manufacture, as the phone has been designed for frequent, full use. Ergonomics is not a word that would define N82, especially with the kind of keypad that Nokia included.
Excerpt: Looking for a great phone for entertainment and gaming? You can rely on the Nokia N82 as this N-gage compatible phone will give you all you need to get started. Keep reading to find out more about what the Nokia N82 has to offer.
Conclusion: So it is still the same medium-range Nseries device: - S60 3rd Edition OS 9.2 - HSDPA, 3G, EDGE & EGPRS - 2.4” QVGA TFT screen - 128MB RAM - MicroSD (2GB included) - Bluetooth 2.0 - WLAN 802.11b/g with UPnP - Micro USB 2.0 - 5MP Carl Zeiss Camera with Xenon flash - 30fps VGA MPEG4 recording - A-GPS - Stereo Speakers & FM Radio (3.5mm jack) - Nokia Battery (BP-6MT) 1050mAh Remember the N82 was first leaked back in May 2007… Since then, nothing much has changed, it has the...