The GoodThe black casing makes this N82 look much better than its silver sibling; 5-megapixel camera with xenon flash; GPS.
The BadKeypad can be fiddly to press at times.
The Bottom LineWe weren't blown away by the silver N82's looks, but the black paint job brings the phone together in a much more attractive way. Combine this makeover with the N82's 5-megapixel camera, GPS, HSDPA and Wi-Fi, and you've got one of the hottest phones to come out of Finland
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It may only be a different coloured casing, but it's a huge improvement, given how ugly the silver version looks. One of our main criticisms of Nokia N82 was its dreary appearance, and this is a step in the right direction for an otherwise excellent phone. It's not available just yet, but it will be soon, most likely for free on a monthly contract or for about £400 SIM-free. To find out more read our full review of the Nokia N82 here.