Nokia N80 Vs Nokia N82: the Fierce Battle Just Never Ends

By: Jack Daniel
Let's start the journey of this article with the Nokia N80 and then we will be moving to the Nokia N82. In the end, we will be making the decision in the Nokia N80 vs Nokia N82 battle.

Nokia N80:

The highly acclaimed Nokia N80 has been one of the best-selling mobile phones from the Nokia N Series. This sleek and elegant mobile phone is preloaded with world class features and functionality. The GSM-enabled phone has dimensions of 95 x 50 x 26 mm and has a weight of 134 grams. It has a 35 x 41 mm TFT display with 256K colours and has a high resolution of 352 x 416 pixels.

The users of this mobile phone have enough options when it comes to ringtones with options as varied as Polyphonic (64 channels), Monophonic, True Tones and MP3. The phonebook memory has practically unlimited entries and fields with Photocall. This ultra-stylish mobile phone has 40 MB user memory and 64 MB SDRAM and comes with a highly powerful ARM 9 220 MHz processor; it also has a miniSD card slot for memory expansion up to 2 GB.

The S60 3rd edition (Symbian OS, Series 60 UI) operating system of this mobile phone facilitates seamless mobile solutions. The phone comes preloaded with smart and advanced mobile features such as Class 10 GPRS, Class 11 EDGE, 3G-236.8 Kbps, WLAN - Wi-Fi 802.11g, Bluetooth v1.2 and USB v2.0 pop-port apart from SMS, MMS, Email and Instant Messaging. High-speed Internet connectivity comes easy with its WAP 2.0/xHTML and HTML browsers.

The Nokia N80 has a 3.15 mega pixels camera with a brilliant resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels and comes with CIF video, flash and a secondary videocall camera. Apart from this world class camera, the highly sophisticated and exquisitely designed phone also comes with advanced UPnP technology, MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player, Stereo FM Radio, PIM including calendar, Built-in handsfree, Java MIDP 2.0, Push to talk and Voice dial/memo. The stylish and all-in-one mobile phone offers an approximate standby and talktime of 192 and 3 hours.

The ultra-stylish, sleek and smart Nokia N82 is a GSM-enabled mobile phone that redefines world class functionality and offers utmost usage ease. It has appealing looks, smart features and an exquisite design to its credit. The highly affordable mobile phone from Nokia belongs to the highly acclaimed Nokia N-series.

Nokia N82:

The N82 has dimensions of 112 x 50.2 x 17.3 mm and has a weight of 114 grams. This phone comes with a 2.4-inch TFT display with 16 million colours and has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The users of this smart phone are a delighted lot with its Polyphonic, Monophonic, True Tones and MP3 ringtones and practically unlimited phonebook entries and fields.

When it comes to memory, the phone has an internal memory of 100 MB and 128 MB SDRAM memory and comes with a ARM 11 332 MHz processor. It has a microSD (TransFlash) card slot for memory expansion up to 8 GB. The audio and video quality of this latest mobile phone is phenomenal. The features of this phone are user-friendly.

The phone has a 5.0 mega pixels camera with a resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels and comes with Carl Zeiss optics, xenon flash, secondary videocall camera and 30fps VGA video and autofocus.

It comes with smart and highly advanced features such as Built-in GPS receiver, A-GPS function, Installed Maps application covering over 100 countries, Motion sensor (with UI auto-rotate), Java MIDP 2.0, 3.5 mm audio output jack, Stereo FM Radio, Office document viewer, Voice dial/memo, Built-in handsfree and Motion sensor (with UI auto-rotate). The player of this Nokia phone supports the playback of MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA format files.

Now, that we have learnt features and benefits of both the nokia phones the decision is quite obvious. But this obvious decision can vary from one mobile user to another as we all have varied needs. But, one thing is for sure the Nokia N80 vs Nokia N82 battle surely has given a new dimension to our approach. Isn't it?

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