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Nokia N82: More Pictures

November 7, 2007 in Nokia Phone News

Hit up Symbian-Freak for a better look at Nokia’s 5 megapixel Nseries candy bar – the N82. Forget the leaked photos – someone over there actually has their hands on one of these babies.

Nokia N82: Currently in the hands of a Symbian-Freaker

Nokia N82: Currently in the hands of a Symbian-Freaker

The main draw of the N82 is the camera, which sports Carl Zeiss lenses along with a Xenon flash. But it seems that the handset also offers one undocumented feature: auto-screen rotation. The N95 reportedly has the sensors to detect landscape or portrait modes, but it didn’t exactly make good use of them.

So that’s a cool feature. Now if they could only add some paint to the casing…

Nokia N82 Hands On – Symbian-Freak

Nokia N82 - Landscape Mode
Nokia N82 - Camera

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11/8/2007
8:34 am

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