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Nokia N81 Review – Music Smart Phone with 8 GB of Memory!

21 April 2008 17,167 supporters One Comment

The Nokia N81, a extremely powerful multimedia device is the Nokia N95’s little brother. The Nokia N81 can come finished in either Graphite Grey or Cobalt Blue. Due to the dedicated keys for gamers and play/pause, forward, rewind and stop for the music lovers the Nokia N81 does have a lot of keys. The buttons and menus do offer great control on the phones functionality but can be slightly overwhelming.

The N81 possesses an extremely high quality screen. It has 16.7 million colours although it is slightly small than the Nokia N95 screen. Nokia< have let this phone down slightly but only giving it a 2 megapixel camera without an autofocus. If you do require a better camera it is probably best you take a look at the Nokia N95 which has a 5 megapixel camera. If you are a music lover then you will love the 8GB of internal memory the N81 has too offer. This is enough memory to store up to 2000 tunes. The music capability of this phone really is top quality and is a good challenger for the iPhone.

A big focus of the N81 functionality is angled towards gaming. To make full use of the massive 16.7 million colours screen games can be played in either portrait or landscape mode. Nokia’s NGage series of games are supported by the Nokia N81. If gaming is your thing, then you really should consider getting an N81.

If you have ever had a smartphone then you will be aware that they can be prone to slowing up or even freezing if you are a heavy user. The huge 8 gigabytes of internal memory certaining help to reduce this. Be prepared to invest some time learning all the functions the Nokia N81 has to offer. The N81 is a great alternative to the N95.

Take a look at Nokia N81.

Here are the latest Nokia phones at our online Mobile Phones review site.

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