Nokia N80: packs quad-band GSM/EDGE

By: Carly Charu

Nokia N80 packsquad-band GSM/EDGE and 3G WCDMA access. Beside this, the Nokia N80has more to add to its fold. It has 802.11g WiFi support and a SIPcompatible VOIP client, which means an user could use the N80 with aVOIP provider like BroadVoice or Vonage. One with a photographicsense would find its 3 megapixel camera with a very high resolutiondisplay, the world start to look very interesting, enthusing indeed.

Measuring 96mm x 50mm x 26mm (3.8"x 2.0" x 1") and weighing 135g, the N80 model feelsappropriate when one takes into consideration everything that ispackaged inside.Users of the phone would find below its the normalsoftkeys and call keys, there is a multimedia menu key, an edit key,a dedicated menu key, and a C key. T

There are options in the phone where long-pressing the key fromthe standby screen will load the music player by default. In the sameway, long pressing the camera shutter button that is on the rightside of the device will load the camera automatically. The cameraitself in the phone is located on the back, with a flash and macromode slider. One would find the memory card slot is located on theleft side of the N80. The power button and infrared port in the phoneare located on the top. Moreover, the mini power port and pop-portconnector are located on the bottom giving the users an efficient,error-free navigation.The keys of the phone have a solid feel. Theonly problem with the?NokiaN80 controls revolved around the d-padcontroller. It is worth to mention that the mobile has no separatecenter-select button. Instead, if you press the entire d-pad down forselecting. It allows for far more frequent mis-hitsFeature Articles, trial and errorthan would otherwise happen.

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