- Todd Haselton , Laptop Magazine
A powerful camera phone with built-in GPS that’s good enough to replace your digicam.
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Not only does it cost a bundle, but it doesn’t yet offer 3G data support in the US
A pocketable stunner that trumps most of the phones we tested
When we first handled the N82 in March, it was the best phonecam on the market. Guess what? It still is. With exceptional optics, xenon flash and a competent image-editing suite, it would be a decent stand-alone 5-megapixel camera. Throw in GPS, web browsing, Bluetooth, WiFi and a music player, and you're holding a pocketable stunner that trumps most of the phones we tested — in any category.
WIRED 3.5-mm headphone jack. Side-mounted hard buttons enable rapid phone/camera switching. Integrated Flickr/Vox photo sharing. Quality 640 x 480-pixel video (at 30 fps!). Sliding len... Full review
A powerful multimedia smartphone with an excellent imaging capabilities and solid performance
It's a buy you will hardly ever regret
Nokia N82 is the kind of gadget to make high hopes inescapable and it is important to know whether it lives up to the responsible job of being the N73 successor. And here it is: in our view, it carries the burden lightly. N82 has all the premises to become a true bestseller, combining full smartphone functionality with the best camera on the mobile phone market. Upgrading from Nokia N73 seems the definitive choice, if not the only option.
As for the rest, who are considering Nokia N82, we say it's a buy you will hardly ever regret. Looking at your options first won't hurt though.... Full review