Excerpt: Nokia N82 cellular phone is a very excellent phone, it still belong to ultimate generation of cell phone, it's only missing the touchcsreen display. First of all is a technological avanced cell phone and also durable,it works perfecly,without defects for a vey long time: personally I have got it from more than one year and a half,and it never gave me any problem!it still works perfectly!
Summary: Hey, love the phone. great experience. I guess this thing collects dust under the housing, you can see it in the screen. It did not come with charger, but i knew that when I bought it. its all good.
Excerpt: Nokia's N82 is an excellent phone. I would say that the performance would be perfect; if it were not for the semi-sluggishness and the stability of the OS. The processor is not the best; so patience is the key to multitasking on the N82. WiFi can be difficult at times; depending on the strngth of the signal, it can slow to connect with unfamiliar access points.
Pros: Camera, Xenon Flash, GPS, Wide Range of Free Applications and Themes, WiFi, Sound Quality
Cons: Battery Life, Sluggishness and Stability of OS, Pay for Navigation, Small Keys
Summary: I bought the n82 a month ago. It's a good device, + Excellent screen resolution + Excellent Camera 5mp w/xenon Flash!!! + GPS, Wifi, bluetooth + It's nice to play games or view videos on TV using the A/V cable :) - Battery life :( - 3G is useless on USA or Dominican Republic [Where I live]
Summary: I went from an N95 to this phone and I am not disappointed. From the great camera to the available applications, it works very well. Battery life is excellent and I have dropped it a couple times on hard surface with little obvious scratches. Signal quality is great anywhere you find yourself. The only thing I don't like as much is the predictive text feature. T9 is better and easy to use.
Summary: Pros: xenon camera flash, 5mp camera, excellent reception Cons: Key layout and size pretty much makes the phone a pain to use, no US 3G bands, small screen Overall, this is a good phone, if you have small fingers. The size of the keys and the layout make the phone a complete pain to use. Other than that, its a decent phone.
Summary: I recommend this phone over the K850i. Both phones compete, and both have a 5mp camera. The sony, however, is prone to breaking, records 30fps in QVGA (which is poor) and has no-tv out. It also comes with only a 500mb card. The Nokia N82 comes with a 2GB card, records 30fps in VGA (DVD quality) and otherwise functions better.
Summary: I've had this phone for about two weeks now and used pretty much everything on it and I'm proud to report that this phone was well worth the investment. I am a big time gadget geek and I had been watching this phone for the last year. I flew out to Chicago and checked it out in April at the Nokia flagship store and was a little turned off by the keypad so I waited patiently for more reviews (and newer phones) to come out before I would make my final decision.