Nokia N81
» Form factor: slide
» Dimensions: 102 x 50 x 17.9 mm
» Weight: ~ 140g
» Memory: 8GB internal flash memory
» Music Playback time: up to 12,5 hours
» Gaming time: up to 3-4 hours
» Talk time: up to 3-4 hours (3G)/3-4 hours(GSM)
» Standby time: up to 15 days
» Main Display: 2.4″QVGA 240×320, 16M colors
» Main Camera: 2Mpix
» Second Camera: CIF
Source/Image: Symbian Guru

Nokia N82
» Dimensions: 112 x 50.2 x 17.3 mm
» Weight: 120 g [Target]
» Memory: Up to 100 MB in-build, support for hot swappable MicroSD card (1GB in-box)
» Talk time: GSM: 280min, WCDMA: 180min (Target)
» Standby time: GSM: 270hrs WCDMA: 250hrs (Target)
» Main Display: 2.4″QVGA 240×320, 16M colors
» 5MPix, Autofocus, up to 20 x digital zoom. Real Xenon flash. Integrated camera protection
» Secondary camera: CIF

The second juicy bit of information from my friend Blue Blazer Regular today is of the Nokia N82. This is a candybar device to followup the N73. Similar to the N81, it has quad-band GSM and 2100 HSDPA, BT 2.0 (w/ A2DP), WiFi (b/g w/ uPnP), but also adds built-in GPS, TV-out, FM Radio, and a MicroSD slot. The kicker is VGA, 30 fps video recording and a 5MP shooter with Carl Zeiss lens and auto-focus, similar to the N95. However, the N82 packs an awesome XENON flash for ultra-brightness.

The N82 is designed for style, but packing the features to make it worth the $$. Still running S60v3 FP1, the N82 lengthens the life-span of the S60v3 FP1 platform, and should be available in Q4 2007. It is targeted towards “tech-stylists 20-35,” with a female skew, but not enough to dissuade males of its power.

Source/Image: Symbian Guru

I am not interested in N81 but more of N82, it is my dream phone of a candy bar version of N95, lets hope the keypad will not disappoint me because from the looks of the pictures, it look difficult to press.