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Nokia N810 Review – A Review of the Nokia N810 Cell Phone

21 April 2008 2,461 supporters 2 Comments

n810The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet combines internet, GPS navigation, and recorded music in a practical large screen device. The inclusion of a slide-out QWERTY keyboard enables easy and fast text entry. The large 4.13 inch by 2.47 inch WVGA touch screen displays high quality images on its 800 by 480 pixel, 65,000 color screen. The transflexive screen with its ambient light sensor provides clear pictures in bright daylight and dim conditions. The N810’s 2.83 inch height, 5.04 inch width, 0.55 inch thickness and 7.97 ounce weight is small for a device with such a large screen, hardware QWERTY keyboard, integrated web camera, and GPS navigation. A hardware key enables quick locking of the touch screen and keys.

The 2 gigabyte integrated memory can be augmented with up to 8 gigabytes with a miniSD or microSD card. The Texas Instruments OMAP 2420, 400 MHz processor and Maemo, Linux based, OS2008 operating system deliver plenty of power for the N810’s functions, the included applications, and optional computer applications that can be added. In fact, with the physical slide-out keyboard, large screen, and optional 10 Gigabytes of memory, the device is a very capable computer.

A full function WEB 2.0 Mozilla based browser is standard and includes AJAX functionality to support interactive web applications.

Integrated GPS navigation is standard and voice guided navigation is optional. Preloaded maps, dependent on the geographic area of purchase, are included.

MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, AMR, AWB, M4A, Real Audio, and PP2 audio formats are supported. Play lists can be constructed and over 7,000 songs can be stored with the optional 10 gigabyte storage card. A sensitive integrated microphone and integrated stereo speakers are standard. Optional Bluetooth headphones and an FM transmitter for playing music through a car radio are also available.

Network connection is via WiFi WLAN IEEE 802.11b/g hotspot or through a Bluetooth v2.0 +EDR connected mobile phone, and Skype internet phone service is a supported option. Access to shared media and other Personal Computer functions is supported via a Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) USB connection.

Although battery life is dependent on many variables, music play up to 10 hours, standby on-line time of 5 days, and 14 days standby time averages can be expected.

The Nokia N810 capably provides GPS navigation, impressive music, internet, and computer functions in a small, easy to use package.

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