Jun 17, 2008

The candy bar in my hands.

The league of best phones is just underway. I picked one from the gamut.
Considering various factors that one can expect for a gadget to be complete, the n82 also adds a better edge than the n95.Carl Zeiss lens is the only take away for n82 from n95. Just 8 days from its arrival, I am impressed with its ability to curb the possible* complexities (handling multi-tasking with ease). The ratings of various editors sites are easily favoring this phone for its GPS self-receiving property, 2592 x 1944 pixels picture capturing, good enough phone memory ( 2 GB external micro SD card included [extendable slot to 8 gb] ), mentioned earlier the Carl Zeiss optics with flash and lastly its looks.
While the touchy keypad and the qwerty types seem to be getting popular in the new
comers, this phone follows the cool old type of keypad with no difficulty.Expecting this to stand up to my high expectations at least as long as the N91 (which was nearly for 2 years I used).


Vinita said...

N82 undoubtedly a good phone and when its in the hands on st.tech we can be assured tht yes its credible
after all hes not st.tech for no reason
thinking back when i had to chose between buying a sony and a nokia i sought refuge with this guy and he told me the pros and cons of each model
so currently i have the sony w810i and i am more than happy
obviously it doesnt boast of assets which the N82 has but nonetheless it takes grt pics
has the best earphones
and is expandable upto 2gb
well enough for a mortal like me
so sunny enjoy ur N82

Rohit Tripathi said...

is it available in india?

Rohit Tripathi : I Love Allahabad

Sunny said...

Yes the navigator is also released in its black version.