Thanks to the problem caused by AT&T, I was not able to get my data plan upgraded and this limited a lot of what I could do with this phone. I didn’t get the fascinating experience of GPS. Nor did I get a chance to turn my phone into a portable one.
Since this was my first experience with the N-series, I hadn’t developed its potential to the greatest extent. Nonetheless, here is my list of high and low points for the N82.
The cell phone functions work well especially can provide me with loud speakers.
Wi-fi is not only easy to setup but also a piece of cake to access.
Third party application is a brilliant function and brings me lots of fun.
The camera has xenon flash and its easily uploading option is great as well. I’ve got two babies to capture, so this function became the favorite one to me.
The cheap look and feel is disappointing.
The lack of US 3G can be a fatal disadvantage. T
he small screen makes it unpopular to the old, and besides, it is getting old itself… With the mushroom of new N-series, people might regret buying the N82 when N85 is released a couple months later.
All in all, the N82 is a great phone; just not that ideal for me. If the N82 had a more attractive looking with a bigger screen, I wouldn’t hesitate to keep it.