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Nokia N-Series - second wave

Nokia N-Series - second wave - read the full textAt the Nokia Mobility Conference, Nokia today presented the new addition to the N-Series - the N92, N80 and N71 multimedia phones. All three are 3G devices with high-resolution cameras, S60 OS (former Symbian Series 60), Bluetooth, FM radio and miniSD card slot. The Nokia N92 is the first GSM...

 

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hi every body
can any one of you please clarify the nokia series like (N , E,&C)what are these letters means ) so we can know or decide what to buy, or what is the proper mobile for my usage

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  • 2010-12-07 15:44
  • LiDT

is n92 a mobile phone......it looks like a small t.v.oh my god.....cant believe it.....some one hold me....

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  • 2006-09-14 13:24
  • PxxT

This nokia N92 is a really nice phone. I've been using it for a month now with T-mobile service. I also use it as a dial up modem sometime with the laptop via bluetooth with T-Zone service ( 5.99/month), connection is almost 2X faster than 56K dialup(around 90K) I still have 10 units on hand, price is around $700, interesting in?

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  • 2006-07-28 22:00
  • Q0y4

can somebody tell me the definition of n in nseries

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  • 2006-03-08 04:19
  • TCnS

i really really like the nokia n92 and for a long time now i have been looking for a way of getting one but i dont know were and how to get one.pls i will like to buy.help

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  • 2006-02-27 05:25
  • nEDk

Many would agree with that Nokia launches phones with little tweek here and there. add some features and at the same time remove some.
I have been a Nokia buff but have found software upgrades becomes a nightmare.
The phones are unscrewed to the last at Nokia professional care centres which is not desirable. Instead they should provide web upgradation like Sony Ericsson does.

Secondly Nokia phones are quite expensive comapred to similiar or better phones of other makers.

Nokia is firmly entrenched in the belief that people will just buy
because its from Nokia and are too busy launching model after
model like Japanese do with cars

My nightmarish experience with Nokia at professional care centres
has forced me to look at other products namely Sony Ericsson

Sony Ericson guys play cool and put one step at a time but ensure that the step is firm footed.

A simple example. The much touted Nokia N-90 with Carl-Zeiss lens
fails miserably against Sony Ericson K-750

Now Nokia is launching N-92 1st with DVB-H. Trust me you will find
complaints pouring in once its launched and used well. Reason.
Nokia wants to run without looking back without caring too much about thorough checking of software bugs. I had an harrowing exprience with 6230. It used to shutt off when i opened live streaming. The phone was lying for a month with Nokia professional care. Finally when i threatened that i will go to consumer forum did they manage to get 1 piece with upgraded software.

So guys we all know money does not grow on trees. Be wise and think before buying.

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  • 2006-02-03 15:14
  • 2@tk

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