Mobile phones > Nokia > N82
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||112 x 50 x 17mm|
|Operating System||Symbian S60|
|Networks||2G - 850/900/1800/1900|
3G - 2100
|LTE (4G light)|
|WLAN / Wi-Fi|
|3.5 mm audio connector|
|Camera resolution||5 Megapixels (2592 x 1944 pixels), 20x digital zoo|
|Video capture resolution||NA|
|Second Camera||CIF (352 x 288 pixels)|
|Display size||2.4 inches|
|Number of colours||16,700,000|
|Display resolution (WxH)||240 x 320 pixels|
|Ringtones / Music file format||Polyphonic, MP3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, WMA,|
|Standby time (h)||225|
By carlos4400 on Nov 02 2011Nokia N82
Camera: Compared to other phones in the 5mpx range is fine. Daylight pics are nice most times but dont have much detail. a 3mpx k800 has more detail. Colours are artificial but sometimes thats not so bad. The real deal is the flash that puts out a good light. Portraits are good. Skin tones look real. Pics of people look better than with most other phones due to the colours also xenon fires faster than leds. If compared to newer devices is ok. Sometimes the lack of details kill the pics. I consider it better than sony c905, k800 and zn5 for portraits. Sony products tend to tint skin to yellow and zn5 has too much noise and some artifacts show too.Sound: loudspeaker is weak. sound coming out of it is fine. When using headphones things get better. specially if using good ones. Phone could be a tad louder but for most users will do. Phone: good reception and call quality. sound is not the loudest but is ok. plastic is cheap but quite durable. I dropped it many times and nothing happened to it. Battery is ok for a smartphone. 1,5- 2 days.
Cheap looking and sounding. battery cover has a constant cracking sound.
keypad is bad for texters. Bad for dialing. Bad.
Display is not the best in town
Slow motion for me!! new Nokia logo. Not a quick phone.
Camera is on the slow side of business.
Is an ok phone. compared to its rivals has some advantages, but never too many to make it a best in class.
Functionality wise i think it was good option compared to other solutions of its time.
4 (out of 5)
By fbloise on Jan 20 2009Best camera phone / camera replacement
Has plenty of connectivity options as WIFI, 3G HSDPA, Bluetooth 2.0, A-GPS, FM Radio, USB with mass storage option.
The ability to support up to 16GB microSD cards, Symbian S60 OS is sweet!, very fast (369mhz procesor with graphics accelerator), TV out, 3.5" headphones jack, accelerometer, Web support Flashlite, Youtube and FLV websites, Ngage gaming support with lot of titles, Ovi support is a nice touch, Nokia Maps is very intiuitive and free, GPS cold boot is quick (less than a minute), Trully camera replacement: 5 megapixels with Xenon flash and almost HD video recording. Also the camera is protected by a cover, which is eve better.
The keypad... is very hard to get used ot it, also the screen is not bright (although can be fixed by some hacks), HSDPA is only on the european flavor (no US 3G love for american users), speaerphone is not loud as well as external stereo speakers
I have used this phone for 2 months, gave it to my brother to test in a recent trip and this is not a camera phone: is a camera replacemente. The best pictures in a phone (except the Samsung InnoV8) at the moment, despite the age of this phone. No wonder is the King of camera phones out there. The only thing I wish is the 3G support for america and a more usable keypad. Other than that, this is the best phone I ever had (as of Jan. 2009)
5 (out of 5)
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