Nokia has announced the latest addition to its N family of mobile high performance multimedia computers. The N82 is optimized for photography, navigation and internet connectivity. With the tools to discover the places and moments worth capturing, and the capabilities to capture and share them instantaneously, the Nokia N82 offers photography enthusiasts an enhanced camera experience.
The N82 is powered by the Symbian operating system. It comes with a 5MP camera with Xenon flash, a 10x digital zoom and Carl Zeiss optics, assisted GPS (A-GPS), up to 100MB of internal memory, a 2.4-inch QVGA display with automatic screen rotation, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP Stereo audio, FM tuner, and a microSD expansion slot. The standard Nokia N82 sales package also includes a 2GB microSD card.
Unfortunately, as it did with the N95 earlier, the N82 will only be available in Europe and will only support tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and single-band HSDPA connectivity. Hopefully there will be a North American variant as well.
The Nokia N82 is available now for €450 in what Nokia calls “key markets” (Europe).