|Compatible networks||GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 2100 with HSDPA (excluding China)|
|Availability by region||14 November 2007|
|Successor||Nokia N86 8MP|
|Dimensions||112 mm × 50.2 mm × 17.3 mm|
|Operating system||Symbian OS v9.2, S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1|
|Battery||Nokia battery (BP-6MT) 1050 mAh|
|Display||2.4" QVGA LCD, 240 × 320 px, 16.7 million colors|
|Rear camera||5-MP / Carl Zeiss optics / Xenon flash (back)|
|Front camera||CIF video call (front)|
|Connectivity||WLAN 802.11b/g (excluding China), Bluetooth, Micro-USB 2.0, Nokia 3.5 mm AV Connector, Hot swappable microSD|
The Nokia N82 is a high-end smartphone produced by Nokia, and announced on 14 November 2007 as part of the company's Nseries line. The N82 runs Symbian OS v9.2 (S60 3rd Edition, FP1). The N82 inherits much of the Nokia N95's features and specifications (including GPS, Wi-Fi and HSDPA), with the major addition being its xenon flash. At the time the N82 was called by many as the "best" camera phone on the market. As a result it was sometimes called an N95 successor by some people.
Like the N95 before it, the Nokia N82 was critically acclaimed and is often considered one of the best Symbian devices, although it did not sell as much and was not available worldwide. The N82 was also perhaps Nokia's last high-end device in a candybar form, as its successors opted for sliders and later touchscreen devices.
The latest firmware of the Nokia N82 is v35.0.002 released December 2009.
The N86 8MP from 2009 (a slider) is considered to be the N82's spiritual successor due to its high-end camera technology, despite the lack of Xenon flash. However a similar top-of-the-line device in a candybar form never appeared from Nokia after the N82. The Nokia 6220 classic of 2008 was the second Nokia with a Xenon flash.
The N82 includes a built-in accelerometer for video stabilisation and photo orientation to keep landscape or portrait shots oriented as taken, and automatic 270 degree screen rotation. It is compatible with the N-Gage gaming platform. It has a 2.4-inch TFT display and features the same 332 MHz processor as found in the N95.
The N82 has almost identical specifications with the N95, leading to it being called by some as an "N95 in candybar form." Apart from the xenon camera flash addition, minor technologic differences between the models are: 128 MB RAM up from 64 MB (the N95's 8GB variant also had 128 MB); CIF resolution (352x288) front camera up from QVGA (320 × 240); microUSB port rather than miniUSB; and removal of the infrared port.
The first Nokia phone with xenon flash, the N82 has a 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, and was considered the best camera phone on the market until the arrival of the Samsung GT-i8510.
Discussions and head to head comparisons of these two models demonstrate the N86 8MP from 2009, which is equipped with dual LED flash, is not consistently capable of outperforming the N82 in variable lighting. The primary advantage of using LED is light source for video recording, whereas the xenon flash has a stronger burst of light, but it cannot be used for recording videos due to its technical composition.
The mainland China market version of the N82 has a different hardware platform which has Wi-Fi and the UMTS radio removed (no 3G support), has a different product code (RM-314 as opposed to RM-313) and its firmware is incompatible with the regular model's. This version can be readily identified by the lack of "WLAN scanning" display on the idle screen.
|Operating system||Symbian OS 9.2, S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1|
|GSM frequencies||850/900/1800/1900 MHz|
|GPRS||Yes (Class 32, 107 kbit/s)|
|EDGE (EGPRS)||Yes (Class 32, 296 kbit/s; DTM Class 11, 177 kbit/s)|
|WCDMA||Yes, 2100 MHz (excluding China)|
|Screen||240 × 320 pixels, diagonal 2.4", 16.7 million colors, auto-rotate|
|CPU||Dual 332 MHz ARM 11, Texas Instruments OMAP 2420|
|Graphics||PowerVR MBX 3D Graphics HW accelerator (OpenGL ES 1.1, DirectX 8.0 Compatible)|
|Internal dynamic memory (RAM)||128 MB|
|Internal flash memory||132.4 MB|
|Camera||5-megapixel CMOS camera sensor, xenon flash, auto-focus, Carl Zeiss optics, Tessar lens, front secondary camera for video call, CIF (352 × 288 pixels) sensor|
|Camera lens cover||Yes, acting as camera on/off switch and lens protector.|
|Video recording||Yes, MPEG-4 VGA (640x480), 30 fps|
|Push to talk||Yes|
|Java support||Yes, Java MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1|
|Memory card slot||Yes, microSDHC, up to 32 GB|
|WLAN||Yes, IEEE 802.11 b/g with UPnP support|
|Data cable support||Yes, USB 2.0 via micro-USB interface with USB mass storage support|
|Integrated speakers||Yes, stereo|
|HF speakerphone||Yes, with 3.5 mm headphones audio jack and A2DP wireless stereo headphone support|
|Battery||Li-ion 1050 mAh (BP-6MT)|
|Talk time||Up to 190 min (WCDMA), up to 260 min (GSM)|
|Standby time||Up to 210 hours (WCDMA), up to 225 hours (GSM)|
|Dimensions||112 × 50.2 × 17.3 mm|
|Navigation||Integrated GPS, A-GPS, Nokia Maps 2.0, Ovi Maps 3.0 (since 01.12.2008). External Bluetooth GPS receiver support|
|Browser||Web Browser for S60|
|Radio||Yes, Stereo FM radio with Visual Radio support.|
|Video playback formats||MPEG-4 Part 2 (DivX/XviD), MPEG-4 Part 10 (H.264), RealVideo up to RealVideo 10, with OMA DRM 2.0/1.0 & WMDRM support, Flash video (flv)|
|Audio playback formats||MP3, AAC/eAAC/eAAC+ (in .aac/.m4a files), WMA, playlists, OMA DRM 2.0/1.0 and WMDRM support|
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