Nokia N80- Unrestrained Mobile Multimedia | multimedia

The surreal imaging feat accomplished by the Nokia N80 validates its position in the reputed N series. The S60 third edition based, Symbian OS operated smartphone is nothing less than a mini imaging studio. Armed with a outstanding 3.0 megapixel camera, the Nokia N80 has joined the elite of camera phones. The smartphone is equipped with 3G technology to transfer volume of data instantly.The Nokia N80 is a stylish slider and feels very compact at 134 grams. Auto finish sliding mechanism opens the handset to reveal the comfortable conventional keypads. The large active matrix colour display can deliver more than 262k colours to produce sharp images. The Nokia N80 is the first smartphone in UK to break the 3.0 megapixel barrier. High resolution images is not the only aspect of Nokia N80′s imaging. The powerful camera is backed by truly advanced features like red eye correction, self timer and sequence mode other than the ‘regular’ bunch of features like integrated flash and zoom. High definition video recording in H.263 (24-bit color) is one of the most highly used feature of the Nokia N80. Recording memories to re-live them over and over again is just a slide away.The Nokia N80 is endowed with 3G technology that supports video calling across UMTS networks. A separate VGA resolution camera with digital zoom is fitted just for that purpose. The handset offers seamless voice connectivity across all four GSM mobile networks. Data connectivity options includes built in GPRS/EDGE technology and WiFi. Integrated web browser and email client makes mobile internet experience with the N80 a pleasurable one. A Nokia N80 kit includes a 128 Mb memory card to supplement its dynamic memory of around 40 Mb. You can make use of it by downloading content from the web or locally from some other device via Bluetooth, Infratarget=”_new” red or USB. Deck up your music collection and play them on the built in media player of the Nokia N80. This smartphone is designed to do whatever it is asked to.

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