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PUBLISHED ON November 2007

Nokia N82

Discontinued
ALSO KNOWN AS
This phone is not compatible with any US GSM operator.

    Construction
    Dimension112x50.2x17.3mm (4.41x1.98x0.68")
    Weight114gr (4.02oz)
    Form FactorCandy Bar
    Material
    Colors
    Metal Frame
    Usability
    Display Resolution240x320px
    Display Size37x49mm (1.46x1.93") ~167PPI
    Display Diagonal2.4"
    Display Type16M TFT
    Secondary Display Resolution
    InputNavigation Joystick / Button
    Numeric Keypad
    Talk Time4 hours, 20 minutes - 2G
    3 hours, 10 minutes - 3G
    Standby Time9 days, 9 hours - 2G
    9 days - 3G
    OSSymbian v9.2
    JavaMIDP 2.0
    VibrationAvailable
    RingtonePolyphonic
    Hardware
    Chipset
    Processor332MHz ARM11
    GPU
    Ram128MB
    Internal Memory100MB
    External MemorymicroSD
    Camera Resolution5 Megapixel
    Camera FlashXenon
    Camera LensCarl Zeiss Camera Optics
    Optical Zoom
    Front CameraAvailable
    Second Front Camera
    Front Camera Flash
    Other FunctionalitiesAccelerometer
    SpeakerStereo
    Battery Capacity1050mAh
    Battery Type
    Connectivity
    WIMAX
    WiFiWi-Fi 802.11 b/g
    UPnPUPnP
    NFC
    USBv2.0
    Bluetoothv2.0
    Positioning SystemIntegrated GPS
    TV Receiver
    TV OutTV Output
    Audio Output3.5mm Jack
    RadioFM
    Ethernet
    Infrared
    Cellular Network
    Network CompatibilityGSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
    UMTS 2100
    HSPA 2100
    SIM CardsMini
    PTTPTT
    HSCSDHSCSD
    GPRSClass 32
    EDGEClass 32
    AMPS
    CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
    US Operators
    AT&T
    GSM 1900 / GSM 850
    T-Mobile US
    GSM 1900
    Verizon
    Sprint Nextel
    VARIOUS
    Price Range
    Nokia N82 photo

    World Compatibility

    worldwide compatibility
    N/A
    2G
    3G
    3.5G
    4G

    REVIEWS

    95 out of 100
    Phone Arena
    Nokia finally produced a cameraphone with real flash - Xenon. The N82 takes what the N95 offers, adds powerful flash and now is usable in every lightning condition, ... read more
    90 out of 100
    TechRadar
    The latest in Nokia's N Series is a sophisticated feast of features read more
    90 out of 100
    The Register
    The N82 may not have the 8GB memory of the latest N95, but it does carry a similarly heavyweight set of features plus Wi-Fi and HSDPA 3G high-speed connectivity options. Its five-megapixel camera produces arguably the best cameraphone pictures yet seen in a European mobile, and it has a very capable GPS satnav facility. read more
    90 out of 100
    tech2
    77 out of 100
    CNET Asia
    The N82 is an excellent all-round phone with an impressive list of specifications despite some niggles that could have been avoided. read more
    77 out of 100
    TrustedReviews
    There is so much to like about the Nokia N82, from its good camera and massive feature set through to its 3.5mm headset connector and TV-out capability, that the handset design feels like a great let-down. read more
    75 out of 100
    Good Gear Guide
    Despite the N82's tiny keypad and questionable all-plastic design, it remains a solid handset boasting a long list of features. read more
    73 out of 100
    CNET
    The Nokia N82 has some annoying design flaws and lacks 3G support, but our lasting impression of the N82 is of a powerful multimedia smartphone with an excellent imaging capabilities and solid performance. read more
    N/A out of 100
    mobile-review
    N/A out of 100
    GSMArena
    Nokia N82 is considered the next N-series bestseller and, guess what, it has already hit the shelves. Following the sweeping success of Nokia N73, it was a pretty sure bet that a worthy successor wouldn't take long to appear. As we see it, Nokia N82 fits... read more
    N/A out of 100
    ZDNet Australia
    Like the N95, the N82 is a powerful handset that will certainly appeal to those who want a full-featured mobile phone. In particular, the addition of the Xenon flash will put the handset on par with the Sony Ericsson K850i for camera-phone fanatics. The lack of unique features on the N82 is, however, unlikely to make it compelling enough for N95 users to upgrade. read more
    N/A out of 100
    MobileBurn
    The Nokia N82 is definitely the current king of imaging in the Nseries family, and a serious match for most of the stand-alone point and shoot digital cameras on the market. The build quality is phenomenal, and the battery life is top notch, as well. The Xenon flash on the N82 really makes a difference, and the auto-focusing Carl Zeiss lens make for some really nice pictures, even for printing, which is a feat for any cameraphone. read more

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