All of the prime, new generation, ‘N' series Nokia phones, bursting with features and expensive in their own right, have problems finding attractive deals. This is about as good as you're going to get for an N82 and it ain't half bad at that. Mixing a balanced O2 600 tariff with useful line rental discount, that will save you over £120 over the life of the contract plus free speakers as a sweetener, this is a good entry point for an ‘N' series handset.
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Look and feel
Aside from being long and wide, the phone is finished with a shiny silver plastic front and a matt plastic back, adorned with a faint herringbone like design.
Ease of use
Despite being crammed with features, the phone is very easy to get around, although we do have an issue with the meanly proportioned keys.
The Nokia N82 is packed with a roll call of top mobile features, including HSDPA data speeds, a great camera, super video capabilities and a good music player.
The camera isn't quite as capable as that on the Samsung G800 or Sony Ericsson K850i, but it's far better than most.
N-series phones have so much going on they need stronger batteries than they are given. The N82 is okay, but we'd like a bit more fuel in the tank.
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