5 megapixel camera
The 5 megapixel camera on the back has a mechanical lens cover that turns the camera on automatically. The Nokia N82 is the first Nokia handset to feature a xenon flash. The N82 xenon flash is the first worthy adversary of the Sony Ericsson K850 xenon flash that has been dominating ever since its first introduction in Sony Ericsson K800. The N82 looses some points to K850 as it doesn't have a LED light for video recording.
In terms of camera quality the Nokia N82 and Nokia N95 8GB are really on par. They exercise a slightly different image processing but for the time being we cannot point out a winner.
The alphanumeric keypad of Nokia N82 is surely its most controversial component. The tons of negative feedback the Nokia N91 received for its similar layout does make one wonder why Nokia decided to have another go at it in such a landmark product as the N82.
The ergonomics of the keypad are not as bad as in Nokia N91 mainly because this time it's level with the screen and each row is easy to reach. By no means would we call it good either. The keys are far too small and difficult to distinguish and, generally, typing without looking down is almost impossible. However, because of the ample spacing between keys we are giving it an average score. We still believe Nokia could have done a better job, especially with this particular phone.
The backlighting is even enough and, although not the strongest around, it does a decent job.
The music player is another good Nokia N82 application. There are no dedicated music keys but controlling it with the D-pad is just as easy and you won't miss them much. A huge number of audio formats including MP3, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA, are supported. The M3U playlists are also managed flawlessly and files are added to the music library by simply choosing the refresh option.
Sorting your songs by artist, album, genre and composer is automatic and searching tracks by gradual typing is also available. Transferring tracks to Nokia N82 can be achieved via Bluetooth, USB or by simply downloading them from the internet. You can also use a card reader for that purpose and transfer them directly to your memory card.
Upon completing a USB transfer, the phone automatically prompts scanning for new music tracks and, if allowed to do so, adds the new ones to the music library.
this is part of the advantage of Nokia n82,
i will show u the specific of the phone,.
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Available. Released 2007, November
112 x 50.2 x 17.3 mm, 90 cc
TFT, 16M colors
240 x 320 pixels, 2.4 inches
- Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
Polyphonic, Monophonic, True Tones, MP3
- Stereo speakers
Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
Detailed, max 30 days
microSD (TransFlash), up to 8GB, hot swap, 2 GB card included, buy memory
- 100 MB internal memory- 128 MB SDRAM Memory- Dual ARM 11 332 MHz CPU- 3D Graphics HW Accelerator
Class 32, 107 kbps
Class 32, 296 kbps; DTM Class 11, 177 kbps
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology
Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
Yes, v2.0 microUSB
Symbian OS 9.2, S60 rel. 3.1
SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
Downloadable, order now
5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, video(VGA 30fps), xenon flash; secondary CIF videocall camera
- Built-in GPS receiver- A-GPS function- Installed Maps application covering over 100 countries- Java MIDP 2.0- MP3/AAC/AAC+/eAAC+/WMA player- Video player- 3.5 mm audio output jack- TV out- Stereo FM Radio- Organizer- Office document viewer- T9- Push to talk - Voice dial/memo- Built-in handsfree
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