|The Nokia N80 empowers you to pursue your personal and professional goals with equal fervor. Boasting a three-megapixel digital camera, email, MP3 player, personal organizer, game console, and WLAN connectivity, its Nokia's most advanced all-in-one yet. All this in a single compact device that keeps you connected virtually anywhere you roam!Immortalize your inspiration on the go with the Nokia N80's three-megapixel camera featuring integrated flash and up to 20x digital zoom. The close-up ensures that even the smallest things can become great pictures. Print from your office, online or on the go with Nokia's XpressPrint Solutions. What's more, with Nokia XpressShare you can share your masterpieces quickly and easily via MMS, email and Lifeblog. Host private screenings of your images with slideshows on your TV thanks to Wireless LAN and UpnP technology.Groove on the go with the Nokia N80's integrated digital music player. There's plenty of room for your favorite tracks, plus with Nokia XpressMusic you've got playlist support, stunning audio quality, and your favorite songs as ring tones. What's more, with broadband speed web browsing and a high definition display, you're ready to enjoy the latest downloadable games and streaming video and audio. You can even listen to your device's music on your home stereo.Stay on top of your workload even when you're out of the office. The Nokia N80 comes equipped with calendar, contacts, task list, email and PIM too. And thanks to its crisp, high definition display, viewing your documents is a breeze. You can even conduct video conference calls or share files during your conversation. What's more, your Nokia N80 comes equipped with PC Suite so you can keep your device and your PC in perfect harmony.|
|Family Line||Nokia N Series|
|UPC||103187202110, 103187202257, 103187202271, 103187202288, 103187202318, 103187202356, 103187202363, 103187202370, 103187203124, 103187203131, 103187203148, 417182482942, 6417182482120, 6417182634567, 6417182634628, 6417182679476|
|Storage Capacity||40 MB|
|Network Technology||GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)|
|Band||WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MiniSD|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||820 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 190 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 200 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Display Resolution||352 x 416 pixels|
|Color Depth||18-bit (262000 Colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
Average review score based on 27 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
It's not everyday we get excited over the arrival of a new mobile phone, but the Nokia N80 certainly is a delightful exception. Sporting the same attractive metallic fascia as the N70, the N80 instantly gives a sense of quality, this despite its thick plastic body. Right below the screen is a conventional 5-way directional pad and a cluster of primary control buttons that include a couple of softkeys and call keys. These allow quick menu access without having to slide up the screen unit. At the back is a 3.0-megapixel camera with flash and this is paired with a front-mounted camera for 3G video calls. In camera mode, the N80 supports red-eye reduction and can be toggled between taking stills in either landscape or macro mode. An automatic white balance option and a vast array of settings of snapping options means the N80 is as good as it gets for mobile photography on an N-series. Finally, the power button and infrared port are located at the crown of the phone, while the mini power jack and pop-port connector are located at the base.
The N80 screen has a resolution of 352 x 416 pixels, which is four times sharper than what most series 60 handsets have had to offer. Text display is sharp and the images are displayed brightly and clearly. Sliding up the display reveals the numberpad but unlike other slide phones, there is no spring to assist the sliding process; you'd have to manually slide up screen unit fully reveal the numberpad. Disappointingly, the numberpad is too flat and too stiff, making it difficult for people with large hands to input data. This is due largely to dead zones in all four corners of each key where unless each strike is done dead center, user inputs will not be registered at all. Another downer is the lack of automatic keypad lock. Users must always remember to select “Yes” when prompted to avoid unnecessary or unwanted dialing.
Besides Infrared, Bluetooth, GPRS, and EDGE connections, the N80 also has an integrated Wireless LAN (802.11g) card. Connected, webpages can be displayed in full but this would require users to perform numerous vertical and horizontal scrolls to browse through a typical webpage. To make surfing easier, Nokia has incorporated a browsing mini-map that shows the part of the web page users are currently reading. There is also a screen with thumbnails that shows websites you've visited in case you need to look at your browsing history. Another commendable feature of the N80 is its UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) port that allows the N80 to connect to other UPnP devices within the same network. This permits streaming of images and music from the handset to other UPnP devices.
True to its commitment to provide the best mobile entertainment, the N80 has an integrated digital music player with stereo audio for playback of MP3, AAC, M4A, eAAC+ and WMA music. Music can be easily transferred between the unit and a PC or home stereo via WLAN or USB connection.
Although a little bit on the thick side with tactility issues uncovered in the keypad, the lack of auto-focus in its camera, and short battery life, the Nokia N80 still manages to have what it takes to satisfy a broad range of users with its S60 3rd edition Symbian OS, 40MB of onboard memory, a competent music player, excellent web browsing capabilities, 3.0 megapixel camera, and the highly valued WLAN access. Just remember to bring along an extra battery or charger to prevent getting caught off guard with a flat handset.
This is my 3rd Nokia phone I've had since 1999. I've used Samsung, Sony Ericsson, and Motorola phones. Clearly, Nokias are my favorite and second would be Sony Ericsson phones. The Nokia N80 slider is a great smartphone with so many functions it'll take u days to learn everything! It even has Wireless LAN and this phone is more than a yr old since it was released. Though, ur only limited to some websites and won't really show videos off thru websites like youtube or google video. i believe i'm lacking a software for that but there is a newer version of the N80 which is the N80ie as they claim "true internet browsing." the 3.15mp is also cool and the video captures are way better than my SE W850i. The mp3 player is also good, simple and user-friendly. The overall style is sleek but a lil bulky but not a big deal and actually LOOKS smaller than what it would seem especially since it's a smartphone. The smartphone also has some flaws (or is mine just messed up?). When i receive incoming calls sometimes the screen, partially turns green. the phone uses an OS so expect load time. The phone sometimes restarts by itself or just freeze so u have to be careful when exiting programs. DO NOT USE THE RED(end call) button but instead use the Exit button one screen at a time to avoid OS crash. And pls, charge ur phone at least 16 hrs before 1st using it or u would experience short life-expectancy on ur battery. If u don't use internet that much put the network to GSM mode to save battery and keypads in silent. It helps!
I bought it for my Dad who is not really an advanced user, but it took him just a couple of hours to get it. Good quality and simple to use. It is a great phone for older generation :)
I bought the nokia n80 month ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this phone. It has a 3megapixel camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The NewPhone's size is perfect for carrying in a pocket and the battery has a pretty good lifespan of roughly 6 hours. My only complaint is that the menu system on the phone makes you click four times before you can find someone in the address book, set an alarm, or perform a additional functions. Other phones I've owned have simpler menus and get you to important features easily. Overall, I'd recommend the phone if you're on a budget
This phone lacks what Nokia is actually doing with almost every N SERIES phone. Autofocus and Carl Zeis Lenses. Battery lacks the ability to keep up with a great, full of features phone.
But then again, ALl big PDA like phone have such problem. Solution is to have a second battery with you at all times or carry a car/and or regular home charger. When you use it as a stand alone phone then battery is more than sufficient. If you decide to add a wirelss headphone then also battery becomes an issue again.
Since Nokia is using its new S60 series V3 on this unit you will not ba able to find almost anything yet to add to the phone.
Although all its incapacities and handicaps, Nokia N80 still kicks AS*& !!!
Hey I bought one !