Nokia N80

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Nokia N80
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Manufacturer Nokia
Series Nokia Nseries
Compatible networks GPRS, EDGE, WCDMA
Availability by country Q2 2006
Successor Nokia N95
Form factor Slider, no spring assist
Operating system Symbian OS (9.1), S60 3rd Edition (firmware v5.0719.0.2)
Memory 40 MB storage memory
Removable storage miniSD
Battery BL-5B Battery, 3.7 V, 820 mAh
Data inputs Keypad
Display 352 × 416 pixels
Rear camera 3.1 Megapixels
Front camera 0.3 Megapixels (video calling)
Connectivity WLAN b/g (100 mW instead of 250 mW standard)

The Nokia N80 is a 3G smartphone from Nokia announced on November 2, 2005,[1] part of the multimedia Nseries line. It runs on Symbian OS v9.1 and the S60 3rd Edition interface. It was first released in June 2006.

It has support for high-speed UMTS/WCDMA connections. Features include a 3.1-megapixel camera (interpolated from 2.0-megapixels) with built-in flash, a front camera for videoconferencing, Wi-Fi (802.11g), Universal Plug and Play (UPnP), FM radio, Bluetooth 1.2, MiniSD memory card slot, and support for 3D Java games. Its 2.1-inch display has a pixel density of 259 ppi, making it one of Nokia's crispest screens.

The N80 was the world's first UPnP-compatible phone, allowing the transfer of media files to compatible devices over Wi-Fi.[2] The N80 was officially described as a multimedia computer by Nokia, like its successor Nokia N95.

Versions[edit]

Nokia N80 with open slider
  • WCDMA/UMTS 2100 MHz for Europe/Asia.
  • "Internet Edition" which is available in both US and European Versions.

Bluetooth[edit]

Nokia originally announced the N80 as supporting Bluetooth 2.0, however it was released with Bluetooth 1.2.[3][4][5] Therefore the N80 does not currently support stereo playback over Bluetooth.

Specification sheet[edit]

Feature Specification
Form factor Slide
Operating System Symbian OS (9.1) + Series 60 Third Edition
GSM frequencies 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
CPU ARM-926 @ 220 MHz
GPRS Yes, class 10
EDGE (EGPRS) Yes, class 11
UMTS/WCDMA (3G) 2100 MHz
WLAN Yes (and UPnP), 802.11b/g supported
Main screen TFT Matrix, 262,144 colors, 352 × 416 pixels
Camera Front 0.3 Megapixels, 2× digital zoom & Rear 3.85 Megapixels CMOS w/LED flash, 20× digital zoom (5× in video rec.)
Video recording Yes, MPEG-4 Simple Profile at CIF and H.263 at QCIF (max. clip length 2 hours)
Multimedia Messaging Yes
Video calls Yes
Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC) Yes
Java support Yes, MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
Built-in memory 40 MB
NAND Memory 128 MB
SDRAM Memory 43 MB
Memory card slot Yes, MiniSD(or MicroSD+Adapter), 2 GB Max.
Bluetooth Yes, 1.2; Profiles supported: Basic Printing, Generic Access, Serial Port, Dial-up Networking, Headset, Handsfree, Generic Object Exchange, Object Push, File Transfer, Basic Imaging, SIM Access, and Human Interface Device
Infrared Yes (The Infrared feature was missing from the Nokia N70 and due to demand it was put back onto the N80)
Data cable support Yes
Browser WAP 2.0 XHTML/HTML
Email Yes
Music player Yes, stereo
Radio Yes, stereo, visual
Video Player Yes
Polyphonic tones Yes, 48 chords
MP3 ringtones Yes
HF speakerphone Yes
Offline mode Yes
Battery BL-5B (3.7 V, 890 mAh)
Talk time 3 hours
Standby time 192 hours
Weight 134 g (4.7 oz)
Dimensions 95.4×50×26 mm
SAR-Rating 0.68 W/kg, 0.48 W/kg
Availability Q1(2)/2006
Else QuickOffice office suite / Nokia Mini Map Browser

Internet Edition[edit]

The Nokia N80 Internet Edition was a second version of this handset with the same hardware as the normal N80. It has been released in Q4 of 2006 and is available in Patina Bronze or Pearl Black, and has the following[citation needed] additional software included. As of January 2007, the Pearl Black model was available for sale in the US for $499.[6]

  • Flickr
  • 'Download!' App management
  • Internet Telephone – SIP VOIP Frontend
  • WLAN Wizard

Nokia have now announced that the new Internet Edition firmware is available for the 'classic' N80 by using Nokia Official Software Updater, downloadable from Nokia.com.

Before the Internet Edition firmware was made available on the Nokia Software Updater, end users could update the N80 to the same specification as an N80 Internet Edition by flashing the N80 with the firmware from the N80 Internet Edition.[7] This required the use of several hacked Nokia servicing software applications, including the Phoenix Service Software (or Nokia Software Update with Nemesis (by changing product code)). This method is of questionable legality in some jurisdictions, and may violate the terms of the phone's warranty[citation needed]. There are reports of the occasional failure of this method due to user error or for other unknown reasons, leaving the phone in an unusable state from which only a properly-equipped service center could recover it.

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