Nokia N80 Smartphone Review
Nokia N80's performance is similar to other Symbian phones by the manufacturer: the navigation speed in the menus is like the one of the N73, and there is some annoying lagging occasionally, which is typical for such phones. The signal strength is at about the average level, and the N80 failed the test when we went down into an area with no coverage, just like the N73 did. The sound quality during a call is also the same loud and clear sound, but not quite real, as the high frequencies are muffled and the voice sounds too deep.
As a multimedia device, the N80 doesn't stand out of the crowd with its common 3-megapixel camera and small display, but it combines fun, functionality and style in one, being one of the best-looking smartphones on the market today. Supporting Email client, brilliant internet browser, UMTS, and Wi-Fi makes it a powerful business device as well.
- Symbian S60 Operating System.
- Integrated Wi-Fi.
- Flawless Internet browser .
- Stylish design.
- Bulky size.
- Non-autofocus camera is not the best when compared to other 3-megapixel phones .
- Too few dedicated keys (camera, music).
- No spring mechanism for the slider.