Have you ever gone into an electronics store looking for a piece of equipment, lets say a 1080p TV set, to complement your swank bachelor pad and had the salesman try to sell you an over priced, under performing piece of crap? Who cares if he has one of them at home?
From the moment he opens his mouth you get the feeling that he's trying harder to make a sale than he is to help you. We know that sucks and that’s why we came up with Gadget Pr0n. We’re here to inform and enlighten you about all things electronic. Plus, you can trust us, because we don’t get paid based on commission.
On today's show, we'll review the Nokia N82.
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Lots of directions telling you which buttons to push to get where
No keyboard, and the buttons are small
You feel like you just can't surf the way you should be able to with the directional pad
Little things like unlocking it froze it a few times
That said, the phone does react very quickly while surfing or opening applications, very snappy
The 5 megapixel camera has 9 different shooting modes
Auto flash and red-eye capability
White balance, ISO setting, digital zoom among others
Video camera has scene modes, white balance and video stabilization
Micro SD expansion
Still photos look amazing from a phone or any device this size due to the flash and carl zeiss lens
Also take Mpeg-4 TV quality video
It's a spectacular phone
The photography on it is amazing and justifies the $550 price; all the other features are just icing on the cake