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Nokia's N82 comes back in black

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Nokia has gone back to black with its N82 geo-tagging handset and launched the phone in a sultry midnight shade.

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Nokia's N82: allows picture locations to be plotted

The N82 first popped onto our radar back in November, but only in silver. Nokia’s jet-black reincarnation of the phone doesn’t add in any additional features.

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The 2.4in display rotates from portrait to landscape

When a picture is taken by the N82’s five-megapixel camera, users can geo-tag the image’s location, thanks to the on-board Assisted GPS receiver. Geo-tagging is useful if you want to plot a holiday picture route for your friends on, say, Facebook.

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The N82 has a five-megapixel camera

The quad-band GSM/GPRS/Edge phone can make 3G HSDPA data connections. Wi-Fi 802.11b/g is on board too and, should you want to download content, then it can be stored onto the bundled 2GB Micro SD card.

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A Micro SD card slot is built into the N82

Nokia hasn’t given a firm availability date for the black version of the N82 yet, only the handset will be available in a few weeks. But we do know the black model will cost around €410 (£350/$700).

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