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The N82 runs the Symbian OS v9.2 based off of the S60 3rd Edition platform and supercedes the Nokia N73.

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Excellent built-in camera

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Great free software from Nokia Labs (e.g. Sportstracker and Wellness Monitor)

3 agree

GPS functionality

3 agree

Stereo speakers

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robust, survives many fall-downs

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.

Does not sync calendar notes from outlook

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No 3G support in North America

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No touch screen

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Second camera is never used

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Keypad much harder to use than on E-series Nokia phones (especially the navigation button)

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.


The Nokia N82 is a smartphone with a candybar design released in November 2007 as part of their Nseries line retailing without a service plan for around $500. The N82 runs the Symbian OS v9.2 based off of the S60 3rd Edition platform and supercedes the Nokia N73. This phone is popular in many worldwide markets including Europe, Asia, and North America. There are several notable differences in the North American version: 1) no 3G support, and 2) different firmware versioning. Like other smartphones such as the iPhone and Blackberry Bold, it features rich applications on top of the standard phone functionality including media playback, web browsing, GPS, and a 5 megapixel camera.

  • candybar smartphone
  • Symbian OS v9.2, S60 3rd edition
  • no 3G support in North America; support for Europe and Asia only
  • web browsing
  • screen: 240 x 320, 2.4" diagonal with auto-rotate, no touch screen
  • TV output
  • CPU: 332 MHz processor
  • 5 megapixel camera
  • integrated GPS
  • media playback (mp3, WMA, AAC, MPEG4, RealVIdeo)
  • battery: 1050 mAh, 190 min. talk time, 210 hours standby
  • weight: 114 g
  • dimension: 112 x 50.2 x 17.3 mm
  • price: $500
Post Review
11/17/2008 04:55

The N82 is by far the best nokia phone i've ever invested money in. I have yet to find it not worth the bank. But yes, the keypad is quite clumsy especially if you have sweaty hands. The dual cpu really kicks in to action when you're browsing really large webpages / transferring huge movie files to and from ur pc. The gps function really depends on the mobile operator so i'm not commenting on that feature. All in all i'm very pleased with this nokia offering!

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