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Nokia Announces Black N82 with Photo Geotagging Support

News by Ricky Cadden on Tuesday March 18, 2008.

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Nokia has announced a new black color scheme for its popular N82 candybar smartphone. The N82 is based on Nokia's S60 smartphone operating system and features a built-in GPS receiver. The handset's 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus, Xenon flash, and Carl Zeiss optics have made it a hit in the cameraphone market.

The Nokia N82 sports quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900MHz) and WCDMA (2100MHz) with high-speed data thanks to WiFi and HSDPA support. The microSD card slot offers plenty of memory expansion, and a micro-USB port allows easy connection to your PC. The black N82 will feature a new firmware version that allows the handset to utilize the built-in GPS receiver to automatically store location information with photos (a process called geotagging), making it fun to track where you've been visually.

The black Nokia N82 is expected to be available within the next few weeks with a retail price of 400EUR (US$631) before taxes and subsidies.


Ed @ 9:44:26PM EDT on Wednesday April 15, 2009

Why must it look so down market? I guess Nokia is smart enough not to give any phone everything.

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