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Thread: N82 got old... time to upgrade... but to what?

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    You could always try the LG Viewty. It has a second to none camera (5mpxl with Xenon Flash) and the video recording is arguable better than all of the high end N Series devices. I got one for my wife for Christmas this past year and it is definitely a cool phone. Couple of nags though: No 850 band and no Wifi or GPS. Touchscreen with haptics works beautifully though, and the slow motion video capture is a really cool feature. The interface is sharp and if it had 850 I'd be using it daily.

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    or try one of the japanese phones..sh905i, p905i...

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel_wing0
    or try one of the japanese phones..sh905i, p905i...
    Oh yeah, forgot about super Japanese phones.

    Sony Ericsson made a 5.1 MP optical zoom xenon flash cybershot phone for Japan.
    http://www.unwiredview.com/2007/11/0...csson-is-here/
    That screen is awesome. 2.7" 480×864 pixels
    Drool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightningjohn


    5.1 megapixels
    multi-point focus
    face recognition
    3x optical zoom

    It also has a much better screen than N82 more here

    Japan only, of course
    sorry but u are late dr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel_wing0
    sorry but u are late dr.
    haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontymisra
    I hope those comments are directed from "camera" point of view only.
    well what company really its on nokias level all the way around?

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    that sony ericsson looks awsome i like when companies go at a all out war see who can come out with a betterphone either touch screen business or camera

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    Sort of related to what this conversation has turned into (a discussion on the N82's camera skills). I recently bought a canon IS S5 and I came to the conclusion to by this since it's a P&S with some SLR functionality. I was looking around at what other S5 owners were saying and it seems that a lot of them wanted an IS S5 in addition to a dedicated P&S like the Canon SD870. I knew the camera on this phone was good, but not this good. Could this phone's camera be something good enough that I don't have to look into getting a Canon SD870 or similar camera?

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    Nothing but a downgrade if you want to replace your N82 as a camera-centric phone.

    I do become rather complacent when I have the best camphone in the GSM world right now. Just get something completely different like a 3G iPhone or Xperia X1 and Samsung F480 when it gets released. My bro has had the iPhone for 4 months and he is getting sick of his phone. Grass is always greener on the other side.

    Either way, the N82 makes a great main phone and a great backup phone. Don't lose it yet or you will learn to appreciate that phone when it is truly gone.

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