Review of Nokia N80 mobile phone (with Wi-Fi)

I just posted a review of the Nokia N80 mobile phone (Internet edition) on my other blog, www.rosecantine.com. You can find the review at www.rosecantine.com/archives/228/. The best uses for the phone right now: you can call for free or inexpensively using Gizmo Project (a Skype-like application) and read emails on the beautiful screen, all via Wi-Fi. No need to wasteI just posted a review of the Nokia N80 mobile phone (Internet edition) on my other blog, www.rosecantine.com. You can find the review at www.rosecantine.com/archives/228/. The best uses for the phone right now: you can call for free or inexpensively using Gizmo Project (a Skype-like application) and read emails on the beautiful screen, all via Wi-Fi. No need to waste money on expensive 3G data subscriptions!

I have been profiling Wi-Fi enabled portable devices: Nokia’s 770 Tablet, the N93 (video camcorder phone), N73 (3.5 megapixel camera and mp3 player phone) and now the N80 because I believe that people will use citywide Wi-Fi networks intensively only if there are small, portable devices that they can carry around with them. Laptops are not truly portable. Since most people are used to carrying around their mobile phone, I think that the most useful applications will be those created for Wi-Fi enabled mobile phones.

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  1. Hi, I have a little review of my first week with my N80 here http://s603ed.blogspot.com/2006/12/n80-one-week-review.html

    Thanks …

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