Nokia has unveiled the Nokia N82 in stylish black.

The Finnish phone giant says the jet black edition brings "a blend of state-of-the-art imaging, integrated navigation and high-speed internet connectivity to the Nseries range".

This "multimedia computer" comes with the same photography features as the original, including a 5-megapixel camera, Carl Zeiss optics and a Xenon flash.

The N82 enables people to "geotag" the images they capture ­ allowing them to not only be saved by date, but by location
as well.

The N82 will also work with Nokia's free "Sports Tracker" application, that lets consumers share their whereabouts and travel route with others on the Sports Tracker website.

The Nokia Sports Tracker is a GPS-based activity tracker that runs on Nokia smartphones. Information such as
speed, distance and time are automatically stored in the application, and can be shared with others.

The Nokia N82 in black will have an estimated pre-tax price of approximately £315 SIM free and will be available in Q2 2008.