Summary: I did not want a smart phone. This looked like a good alternative. The phone quality is excellent, the camera is excellent. I must agree with other reviews that indicated that the buttons are way to small for making convient entries.
Summary: I have bought this Nokia Handset Recently after along gap But Symbian is now aging Lady. I dont like the Software I think at the Same price i could have Bought TMobile G1 from ebay. and that could have nice Purchase
Pile Of JUNK!!!Nokia your quality control has gone down hill
RippSpeed, Phone Arena
19 November 2008
Excerpt: I bought this Phone from ImportGSM.com hoping it would live up to all the Hype!!! Man picture quality blows the N95 8GB out of the water... But, 2 days later the mic started messing up on me ... And I was one of the unlucky ones with a N82 with a faulty / Manufacturer Defect mic ...
Pros: -High picture quality, -Great Video recording, -Better than N95 8gb GPS, -AWESOME FLASH
Cons: -NOKIA's quality control, -hangs up a few times, -turns off out of no where, -Slower processor than N95 8gb
Summary: I bought the N82 when we moved to Hong Kong about a year ago. It is a solid candybar phone and it takes excellent photos and can upload them to flickr in a snap. BUT... it is horrible for texting and email and if I don't lock it before putting it in my pocket it calls the first person in my contacts...
Summary: Problems that i found on this phone: -No calls restriction to specific group or name. That sucks. On my Sony Ericsson K810 and later 850 i could do that. -No flash light -No intuitive name search in a stand-by mode, by pressing buttons, SE could do that.
Summary: There few main drawbacks that really should not be there: 1. the battery is really weak: the phone runs out of charge in less than 48 hours with very moderate usage (no internet, no camera, etc, only talk 15-20 min a day) 2.
Summary: Cons: Sluggish. Hangs every now and then. Video (movies) does not play for more than 10-15 min after that the sound comes but the screen freeze. Even after Xenon flash indoor shoots are hazy. The hands free is weird, it has a button to disconnect but it does not redial the last number.
Summary: I was minutes away from ordering this phone on Amazon. It looks amazing. Trouble is, it does not have the proper 3G antennas for United States 3G (AT&T). So you will only get EDGE speeds unless you are out of the US (Europe, etc). Everything else on the phone will work just fine, but 3G will not.
Summary: Normally when a 3G-capable Nokia is advertised by Amazon as being the U.S. version, that means it is designed to operate on the North American 3G networks. Sadly that is not the case with this phone. It is not 3G-capable in North America. The only thing U.S.