Nokia N82 packs a lot of technology in a candybar form factor and is labeled as a perfect camera phone for all the photographers out there, which can't be said for Nokia N95. We usually experience some moments that we want to treasure all our lives. Nokia N82 provides you with a camera which is no less than 5.0 mega pixel and includes Carl Zeiss lens with autofocus, 20x digital zoom and a Xenon Flash plus has the ability to capture 30 fps when video recording plus its own built-in camera protection and a secondary camera for video calling.
Another difference that we can see in both the phones is that Nokia N95 was a dual slider where as Nokia N82 is a simple straightforward monoblock design with an uncluttered keypad and large QVGA display. The main disadvantage of this new version is its long and thin keypad which is fiddly to use and prone to errors. The N82 integrates a 2.4" LCD QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT color display with up to 16.7 million colours, against the 2.6" of the N95. This makes it almost simialar to the N73s size.
Nokia N82 is a Symbian S60 smartphone and comes with a web browser, email client, document viewer, advanced multimedia player and it also has a set of personal information management (PIM) applications. With lots of certified line of business and entertaining applications, N82 is also compatible for many business applications as was N95 that can helps users to benefit more from the device.
In the end we can say that Nokia N82 is a complete stunner and tough competitor for all existing camera phones in the market. It is no doubt a successor to Nokia N95 as it provides some enhanced features such as Xenon flash and an improved memory. People all over the world are showing extreme enthusiasm and excitement for the new Nokia N82 but presently only time can tell whether Nokia N82 will grab the same popularity and fame as of Nokia N95 - especially since the N96 is on it's way!
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