Still looking for that N82 upgrade.

Posted on 08 February 2010, Last updated on 08 February 2010 by

In my previous post I pondered over the idea that the Satio might be my next mobile phone. Don’t worry; I’m over it now!

It turns out that the Satio doesn’t run OVI maps (out of the box,) isn’t as fast as the Cortex A8 CPU might have you believe and with a waiting line of Sony Ericsson phones expected, I really don’t see it getting the long term attention it needs from it’s creators.

All that remains now is to wait for Mobile World Congress and if I don’t see anything there, the N82 will likely be my phone for the next year. It’s been good from day 1 and with Gravity, Opera Mobile and Ovi Maps to make it even better, why shouldn’t it be the perfect buddy for another 12 months?

Supplementing the N82 with a MID like the UMID BZ is working out pretty well and we’ve got the Viliv N5 and Dell Mini 5 to look forward to too!

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  1. Satio Firmware Upgrade puts it Back On Top. | Chippy's Hiblue Lab says:

    […] it could be the perfect upgrade from the N82 for me. I’ve also written about why it’s not the perfect upgrade for me. Today, the SE Satio goes back onto the top of the list after news about a firmware upgrade […]

  2. Satio Firmware Upgrade puts it Back On Top. | Chippy's Hiblue Lab says:

    […] it could be the perfect upgrade from the N82 for me. I’ve also written about why it’s not the perfect upgrade for me. Today, the SE Satio goes back onto the top of the list after news about a firmware upgrade […]

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