Nokia N80 Video Tour
May 11, 2006, 1:23 PM by Eric Lin
A video tour of Nokia's new N80 slider smartphone with S60 3rd Edition, Wi-Fi, a 3 megapixel camera, and more.
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The Nokia N80 is one of the first Nseries phones announced for the U.S. Most the others, even the N90, were mostly intended to be sold abroad. But with this model, Nokia included just about every feature and radio you could pack into a phone to make it truly global. The N80 has quad-band GSM with EDGE, WCDMA 2100 for abroad - or WCDMA 1900 for use here (depending on the version) - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and even FM visual radio.
If we showed off everything packed into this phone, you'd be staring at your screen for an hour. So we just hit the highlights, like the new web browser, 3 megapixel camera and music player. You can watch it here:
or go to the full YouTube page.
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posting in this thread (in the N80 video review forum) will not enter you.
u guys know this vid is being used to sell the N80?
they have your video review on their site
One word AWSOME
No lens cover?
Also, is there plastic covering the screen? I hope not. I carry my Nokia phone in my pocket, without a case, and it's a real hassle to periodically remove the dust from behind the screen.
I thought I had heard 352 x 416 ?
Maybe I'm just confused, any clarification would be greatly appreciated.