Nokia N80: Best Mobile Imaging Device

By: Barber

Nokia mobile phones have been releasing quality phones for years and one of their latest releases is the Nokia N80 which has made some big waves along the way. This phone comes with bunch of features and extras and features a very good 3 megapixel camera, a hi-resolution display, a miniSD card slot, a FM radio, video and MP3 player and all this is backed up by advanced connectivity technologies such as quad-band GSM, 3G UMTS, EDGE, and Wi-Fi. The Nokia N80 incorporates large internal memory of up to 40 MB which can be further expanded with a hot swap miniSD card of up to 2GB which allows users to store up to 1000 high quality images on the device.

The Nokia N80 has a good sound quality and an excellent reception through the earpiece and speakerphone. This amazing phone is part of the Nokia Nseries, a range of high performance multimedia computers that incorporate multiple functionalities in one beautifully designed device. The compact yet feature-rich Nokia N80 mobile phone also enables widespread broadband access with its support for 3G, EDGE and wireless LAN networks.In addition; it facilitates seamless home media networking between compatible TVs, audio systems and PCs.

The best part of Nokia N80 is the new Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map, featuring a semi-transparent zoomed-out overall view of the web page, enabling users to intuitively navigate to all corners as well as see the web site as it was originally designed. Transferring music between the Nokia mobile phone and a compatible PC is easier than ever because of the integrated UPnP technology. The N80 is also a Symbian smart-phone and is running the latest version 9 of Symbian OS.

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