Nokia announce the Nokia N82

14 November 2007 by
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Nokia today expanded the N-Series by announcing the N82. N82 has 5 Megapixels camera with autofocus, HSPDA, WLAN and GPS with free maps.

N82 is the second model from Nokia with a 5 megapixles camera and auto-focus. The Nokia N95 is still located at the top of the list when we talk about features but N82 is not far behind. N82 looks very much like the N95 specification wise. N82 has the more usual block form factor compared to the N95 slider. Current N95 retail price is 570 Euro. Expected retail price for the N82 is 450 Euro. Both models have the same display resolution of 240x320  pixels, built in GPS, the same operating frequencies, 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus, video recording etc. Seems like Nokia is phasing out the N95 in favour to the N82 and the N95 8GB version. We can not see any good reason why anyone would go for the more expensive N95 now that the N82 is announced.

N82 Specifications

Nokia N82Size: 112 x 50.2 x 17.3 mm
Weight: 114 g
Memory: 100 MB internal
Battery: Nokia Battery (BP-6MT) 1050mAh
Talk time: up to 190 min (WCDMA), up to 260 min (GSM)
Stand-by time: up to 210 hours (WCDMA), up to 225 hours (GSM)
Display: 2.4" LCD QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT color display with up to 16.7 million colors
Messaging: E-mail (SMTP, IMAP4, POP3), MMS, SMS 

Connectivity / Networks
WCDMA HSDPA 2100 MHz with simultaneous voice and packet data (PS max speed DL/UL= 3.6Mbps/384kbps, CS max speed 64kbps)
Dual Transfer Mode (DTM) support for simultaneous voice and packet data connection in GSM/EDGE networks. Simple class A, multi slot class 11, max speed DL/UL: 177.6/118.4 kbits/s
EGPRS class B, multi slot class 32, max speed DL/UL= 296 / 177.6 kbits/s
GPRS class B, multi slot class 32, max speed DL/UL= 107 / 64.2 kbits/s

Image resolution: up to 5 megapixels (2592 x 1944 pixels)
Auto focus
Amber colored auto focus assist light and recording indicator
Still image file format: JPEG/EXIF
Auto exposure - center weighted
Exposure compensation: +2 ~ -2EV at 0.5 step
White balance: automatic, sunny, cloudy, incandescent, fluorescent
Scene: automatic, user, close-up, portrait, landscape, sports, night, night portrait
Color tone: normal, sepia, black & white, negative, vivid
Zoom: digital up to 20x (5 megapixel up to 6x)
Xenon flash
On-device photo editing
Sensor: CMOS, 5 megapixel (2592 x 1944)
Carl Zeiss Optics: Tessar lens
F number/Aperture: F2.8
Focal length 5.6 mm
Focus range 10 cm ~ infinity
Macro focus distance 10-50 cm

Music Features
Digital music player - supports MP3/AAC/eAAC/eAAC+/WMA/M4A with playlists
OMA DRM 2.0/1.0 & WMDRM support for music
Integrated stereo hands-free speaker
Stereo FM radio (87.5-108MHz) with Visual Radio support
Nokia Stereo Headset HS-43 in-box
Bluetooth wireless technology 2.0 with A2DP Stereo audio  

Press release:

Nokia unveils the Nokia N82, the latest multimedia computer optimized for photography, navigation and internet connectivity. With the tools to discover the places and moments worth capturing, and the capabilities to capture and share them instantaneously, the Nokia N82 offers photography enthusiasts an enhanced camera experience.
Discover, capture and share
The Nokia N82 enables you to explore your surroundings and find your way with navigation and routing; document your adventures with the high quality imaging capabilities; and instantly share your experiences with one click upload to the web.
Featuring A-GPS, 5 megapixel camera, Xenon flash, Carl Zeiss optics and internet connectivity, the Nokia N82 also incorporates all the multimedia computer features common to Nokia Nseries. Like its predecessor the Nokia N95, the Nokia N82 is the latest epitome of a truly converged device that is not one thing but is many.
"The evolution of camera capabilities in mobile devices has been extremely fast over the past years. With the Nokia N82 we have reached such a superior level in image quality, speed and ease of use that not only does it outperform any other cameraphone on the market, but it's also a very credible alternative for single purpose digital still cameras," says Satu Ehrnrooth, head of Nokia Nseries Cameras Category, Multimedia, Nokia. "In addition to the high-end camera, the Nokia N82 also enables you to navigate and discover new places, enjoy your music, browse the web, play games, chat online and be part of the global web 2.0 community wherever you go.  Thanks to the wireless broadband connectivity, convergence and yet again increased performance, the Nokia N82 is all you need in your pocket!"
Discover the world
The powerful A-GPS and preinstalled* Nokia Maps help you explore and locate new places, whether in another country or just around the corner. All Nokia N82 standard sales packages come with a free voice guided navigation trial*, and you can purchase additional features, such as city guides and longer subscription to the navigation.
With access to more than 15 million points of interest, you can locate and navigate to the most interesting sights, bars or restaurants wherever you are. You can also send map excerpts and routes to friends by MMS or save map screen shots to the gallery.
Capture your experiences
With a 5 megapixel camera, powerful Xenon flash and Carl Zeiss optics, the Nokia N82 delivers remarkably vivid photographs, even in low-light conditions. Fast camera activation, autofocus with a dedicated autofocus assist lamp, fast reloading between shots and DVD-like quality video capture make it a truly convenient and credible tool for capturing and telling your life stories.
Thanks to the 2GB microSD card in the standard Nokia N82 sales package*, you can store up to 900 high-resolution photos or up to 84 minutes of high quality video on the device.
"The Nokia N82 gives the best ever camera and navigation experience in one stylish premium device. Just imagine what kind of possibilities this will open up and how much richer your every day life experiences can be! The sophisticated design and glossy looks appeal to men and women who are conscious of their style and want to impress with the latest in technology," Satu Ehrnrooth continues.
Share your stories
With high speed Wi-Fi connectivity and one-click upload to online communities, the Nokia N82 makes sharing your experiences and discoveries easy. When viewing a picture or video, simply one press of a button starts uploading it while you carry on using the device for other purposes.
Or you can impress your friends with multimedia slideshows - complete with music and effects - on the high resolution display or on a compatible TV.
The Nokia N82 comes with the new content driven 3D multimedia menu and includes a convenient orientation sensor that rotates the user interface automatically between horizontal and portrait mode. For quick and easy access to entertainment content, the Nokia N82 also supports the Ovi family of Nokia internet services, including Nokia Music Store, N-Gage games** and Nokia Maps.
The Nokia N82 is available now in key markets with an estimated, pre-tax, unsubsidized sales price of approximately 450 euros

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On 14 Dec 12:54 Tero wrote
I will keep my money to buy this N82 . hope it so cheap ok???? when it arrived to cambodia?? finnaly hope it cheap ok???
On 13 Dec 12:24 Tero wrote
wow New seried so i very like this N82 . i maybe will buy this one ,but i want to buy it so cheap .
On 12 Dec 04:32 Vuska wrote
Wow... when this product will arrive in Asia ?? and how much ?
On 11 Dec 17:28 kurt wrote
ooo lol guyz nokia is shit they copy from everyone and many of the components nokia has are imported because nokia didnt had the tehnologi to make ceel phone nokia is finladeze and se is japenese and about the n82 u cant know how good it is only after u test it to have it in your hands but se alway was good.
On 9 Dec 15:56 ASAD wrote
Well according to my approach this phone is simply boom bastic
On 6 Dec 12:05 Arsalan wrote
On 5 Dec 11:11 vladimir wrote
what is the price of n82?
On 3 Dec 15:43 CrazySerb wrote
I'm confident that nokia did a very good job. I have no doubts that this will be the best cell phone in the market. This corporation has never made a big mistake in the software. The design is the most beautiful i ever saw since n70. Wonderful job made by nokia
On 2 Dec 18:30 nani wrote
nop i dont that battery will explode.... the users are not stupid, everyone will keep track of his batt. Nokia is the best, but Sony is a hard competetor. the K850i lens is not Carl Zeiss, this is one, second AF features a guide lamp on the Viewfinder (screen of N82) but i doupt this screen size is enough for even a mid-professional.

This is the Real old name for the N95 .... it was planned to be named N82...but changed at the last moment.

I think this keypad should be better, this one is similar to the Sony's P990i.

Overall, it seems to be another good, practical phone from nokia.

Thanks to all.
On 2 Dec 17:56 Steve wrote
This phone looks good and haves a lot of functions but it haves issues to
5mpx camera - one of the strongest ones... but nokia dosen't likes the natural colors and interpolates them to more sharp ones
16 mil display - its big, bright and looks super... but it's a battery killer
gps - u know anytime where u are and where to go... but its not the best gps system... its connecting like "loading... please wait" like q3 on a pentium 1... and its a battery killer
wifi - it's good to have free net... but it's a battery killer
symbian - a lot of application and tones and tones of features... but every feature kills the batery... first it's the symbian
Nokia is giving us full option phones (all-in-one) but they dont fully test them before launching :(
The greatest issus are:
Problems with all Symbina Based Nokia devices
Batery Lifetime

On 30 Nov 18:36 se wrote
pls check the specs, xeron flash se used in k800 until now, and copy cats nokia follows. and if its not good why must use the same tech as se?
and by the way, this stupid phone looks really sucks big time! check those china made phones, looks very similar to the new n82. ha ha ha!!!
On 27 Nov 13:57 Buttoneer wrote
Built in stereo speakers? Fantastic! That means I can turn up my boom box on the tube or the bus and listen to my music wherever I go and also allow others to hear my fantastic and eclectic taste in artists and music styles.

Boyakasha! Thank you Nokia, for bringing me this joy.

See you all in the libraries.
On 27 Nov 07:24 grin wrote
these stupid fanboys make me sad and ashamed that I like SE. currently own a t68i, k750i and s500i
On 26 Nov 22:18 EddieAdams wrote
Make sure you have your charger handy. N82 has shorter talk time than n95. You'll need a charger for the car, office, home. Forget about battery life if you use the apps alot. Plus, its another nokia "giant" phone w/super slow Symbian OS. Like the candybar design though, no slider to break.
On 26 Nov 18:27 Erodaland wrote
A lot better than the useless K850, the N82 have amazing features, nice design...SE is going down!
On 26 Nov 18:11 JOSETADEO wrote
On 24 Nov 21:30 waqas wrote
i like it,but i would be in many colours
On 21 Nov 11:07 manius wrote
I have seen the battery explode as well. Burned an ear off.
On 20 Nov 13:28 dimitri wrote
well I prefer sonyericsson p1....
On 20 Nov 12:59 atillathehunch wrote
im liking some of the features of this model. although i must admit im a little sceptical of the "DVD-like quality video capture"! i would like to believe nokia, but how many times has that been said?!
On 20 Nov 09:55 mode wrote
Looks like Nokia is adopting everything that was Sony Ericsson's- flair, innovation and now with N82, looks too. And Sony Ericsson seems keen to go back to the stone age and adopt Nokia's approach which lost them market share. Way to go SE!
On 20 Nov 09:08 anon wrote
features r good! look is worst and d fone is very big. d DZINE IS QUITE OLD. N95 LOOKS 100 TIMES BETTER,
On 19 Nov 20:19 snk316 wrote
Many good things packed in a plasticy toylike box......i guess those N people need some style sense. What crap of a box is tht??yuxxxxx.
And no prizes for guessing even before using it is tht like every other trademark N-phones, this one will also be a hell of a slow working plastic box.
Special effects.....XPLODING BATTERIES in patented NOKIA style!!!HAHAHAHAHA
On 19 Nov 14:11 jigneshrajpara wrote
i am waiting for N82, i can't wait anymore
On 19 Nov 05:17 JIBJIB wrote
Very 'Siemens' keypad. Looks like a phone from the late 90's. Anywho, not really impressed.
On 18 Nov 13:05 rehamer wrote
where is the 3.5 jack. Please, don't tell me its on either 2 sides. Please, put it like the n82 or n91.
On 18 Nov 12:45 end wrote
ref gul1, try to make sense the next time you comment!
On 18 Nov 03:15 Eroda wrote
This is the best phone on the market right now! Will wait for the SE P5i!
On 18 Nov 01:34 REO wrote
W810 ROCKS !!!!!!
On 18 Nov 00:33 notanon wrote
"yes the battery will definitely explode.i have this cellphone the battery exploded and i nearly escaped death."

Ahahaha, you sir are a complete prat, please stay off the internet.

This phone is'nt out yet so how could it have exploded?! You muppet.

Also Nokia's battery problem was only limited to one kind of battery "BL-5C" a battery im running in a 6600 with no heat problems.

SE fansboi's are just upset with having their noses put out of joint because Nokia are on a roll.

Im a SE fan but at the moment there are better offerings.
On 17 Nov 20:08 rehamer wrote
This is the best keypad ever. You people should try it first. The keypad is used in 8xxx series, N91 also. And i have used n91. it is the best phone i have used in terms of typing.

I hate when everyone bashes nokia. I am an SE Fan. But think again. SE is no longer hearing your wants.
On 17 Nov 11:37 gothicmanhamid wrote
very uqly only sony ericsson
On 17 Nov 01:38 JL wrote
WOW! Time to upgrade my Nokia N73 ME with this beautiful baby... Cant wait!
On 16 Nov 20:23 albanianboy wrote
sony sony sony sony sony sony sony sony sony sony sony sony sony sony
On 16 Nov 12:46 ankey wrote
nokia time is over now. there is no competition to sony.
On 16 Nov 11:47 PE wrote
I really think it's a sad state of affairs when you guys have an argument about who's best i.e. nokia v sony ericsson. Who cares? nokia AND sony are big corporations. Stop being company bitches and get a life!!!!!
Anyway i bet they are both made in the same factory, and probably made from the same basic components!
On 16 Nov 04:41 planetX wrote
hahaha nokia haters byesese...... yah ryt nokia they copy it the SE style... Nokia is still a CRAP!!! peace..........:D
On 16 Nov 04:27 magnum wrote
soon the SE will come up with the k900 that will make all phones that nokia ever made like dirt.....
On 16 Nov 03:25 Dhakz wrote
K850i simply ROCKS!
On 16 Nov 00:09 ByeByeSE wrote
Hey Nokia haters. The future is staring you in the face. SE sucks, sucks, sucks, and when done sucking they find a new and improved way to suck. Nokia is kicking their ass.
On 15 Nov 19:47 yuyu wrote
Cant wait for this!!!!
On 15 Nov 18:30 amlo wrote
i like that your the best
On 15 Nov 17:21 Irfan wrote
Hope the camera works well by clicking sharp images. great phone with average looks.
On 15 Nov 16:32 jim wrote
Aamir03336191919-- and SE dont use stupid keys??? P900 P910 K810 W880......
On 15 Nov 14:40 BKM wrote
Copy cats. Xenon flash can't in any way improve the camera quality.
it is the ccd processor which is important and not the lens and flash. these (Nokia) stupid fools don't know that they can't beat SE K850 in any way even if they tie up with Nikon. Because Nikon themselves buy cameras from Sony. Nobody ca ever beat Sony and Sony Ericsson.
On 15 Nov 12:10 Aamir03336191919 wrote
The phone has grace but look at the keys... NOKIA made a stupidity. The pencil Key is removed.
On 15 Nov 09:38 chowchow wrote
like the features....
too bad the design sucks
On 15 Nov 07:38 anon wrote
looks ugly,k850 is a beauty
On 15 Nov 05:51 Prom1 wrote
Copy cats? Because they finally smartened up to use Xenon Flash? Since when did SE own Xenon technology? Also looks like the Flash is larger in size; wondering if brighter.

Although the back looks really cheap, the buttons will be the test of success for this unit, as they look too flush.

New app for GeoTagging photos (flikr anyone?) cannot wait to use that. 30fps VGA video recording on main camera, A-GPS, and WiFi in a candy bar format that to ME is not ugly ... this could VERY WELL be my next phone (K850i purchase is in standby).

Anyone see NOW why SE should have launched the K850i with Symbian UIQ Smartphone OS? This rumored P3i better be a pimp phone (as ALL flagship phones should be)!
On 15 Nov 02:27 jar wrote
looks like a K550 to me
On 15 Nov 00:44 ha wrote
this phone made K850i looks like a big fat joke.!
On 14 Nov 23:47 LasseMan wrote
anon: "i nearly escaped death."

So that means you are dead. You failed.
On 14 Nov 22:09 benitorios wrote
Well, at least, Nokia are able to announce and ship models much faster than SE and this one will be available before the W960, which was announced 5 months ago!
On 14 Nov 20:30 thokozani wrote
SE looking type of nokia, with a xenon flash?? copy cats
On 14 Nov 19:37 anon wrote
yes the battery will definitely explode.i have this cellphone the battery exploded and i nearly escaped death.
On 14 Nov 19:25 erotomaniac wrote
Oh my, right up k850s alley. Wonder how well the camera works.
On 14 Nov 18:52 SENaz wrote
If it does explode... it will probably need to be charged every 2hrs.... lol
On 14 Nov 18:24 giggety wrote
Will that battery explode??

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