The Nokia N80 - Sliding 3G Wonder

By: Matt Sharp

As the hype built around Nokia N80's press release, gadget aficionados all over the world waited expectantly to see what was really in store for them. And the launch of Nokia N80 thrilled them like never before.

It made them believe that when it comes to Nokia, no one surpasses them in technology. Nokia N80 is a perfect synthesis of designing excellence and engineering ingenuity. It is the world's first UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) handset, and is empowered with advance productivity tools, multimedia entertainment and great imaging capabilities. Besides, N80 is also the first quad band handset to work on 3G, WLAN, EDGE and four GSM bands.

With the novelty of UPnP, Nokia N80 enters the digital home network. It offers seamless home media networking, between compatible audio system, PCs and TVs, acting just as a remote control. As a result, one can see the images and video stored in Nokia N80 on the TV of your living room. Or, listen to your favourite tracks stored in N80, on your audio system. Not only this, with the simple UPnP printing also becomes easy. Nokia N80 users can print wirelessly to any compatible UPnP -enabled home printer or printing kiosks. Nokia N80 has great ergonomics for a complete imaging experience. It comes with a 3 Mega pixels camera and offers enough options for editing, customizing, storing and sharing of pictures.

Moreover, Nokia N80 offers 40 MB of internal memory to download and store more pictures. For music lovers, Nokia N80 offers wide range of digital formats, FM radio and support for visual radio. It's UPnP feature can be used to transfer music between N80 and compatible PCs. Or, one may also transfer music through USB, by simple drag n' drop from the compatible PCs to N80. Such feature-rich music functionality also qualifies it as Nokia XpressMusic device range. The Vodafone Nokia N80 comes with a integrated web browser, with mini map. It is also endowed with many user-friendly and useful lifestyle features.

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