I alwaysr Use Nokia Phone At present I am having nokia 9500 And i dont find any phone compare to this But watching E 90 Its really make me happy that this phone have more feature than 9500 so i really want to buy it as soon as it will be launch in India
i have used several nokia phones which were made in china. But they never had any huge problems. some minor problems do occure in every phone but those can be solved by using the phone properly & upgrading the firmware. See the bottomline is many people still don't know how to use a smart phone properly. & hence the problem arises in most of the situations.
First, if you could use at least a REASONABLE english in your posts, more people might be inclined to answer... :)
Of course you could use VoIP over GPRS/EDGE, assuming you have internet connection. I don't see much point in this though, unless your carrier has cheaper data transfer rates than voice service. Except for long distance/international calls, where VoIP would probably be cheaper on many carriers.
The largest benefit of VoIP would be when using it over WiFi network, where airtime is free...
HAAAAALOOOOOOOO GUYS i really willing to know much about voip like how it works , how i could use it in the e90
made by nokia is quiet old past most of them r made but what ever this top of line should not hav been Risked.E80 would be a disaster if nokia Pet problems,as batt,restarts,jams ad update just within one week launch exp n n95.I bet Nokia N serirs has been a disaster but do not repeat n E series.
I think the communicator can't vibrate.
is this new communicator doesn't vibrate too??
i really willing to know much about voip like how it works , how i could use it in the e90
hi! does any1 know how's e quality of e loudspeaker? currently having n95, keen 2 know which holds better sound quality n loudness on e loudspeaker. Tx!
1) I would like to know if the GPS system of the E90 and the N95 are the same Functionally and what type of GPS is used.
2) Can we charge the E90 through USB
I know its NOT possible in N95
3) I saw Video where N95 was playing youtube Videos, well does E90 also ?
It's exactly the hardware that might be of inferior quality when made in China. It's not like they're gonna use different firmware in China than elsewhere...
And by hardware, I mean the keyboard, hinges & such, not the chips (which are made in Southeast Asia anyway). Build quality _might_ be inferior, which might lead to other problems as well, like poor solder joints & such.
It has happened before with other manufacturers (i.e. different quality products from different factories in different regions), but that doesn't mean it will happen with Nokia as well.
Nice One..even if it is made in china... nokia will never sacrifice its quality norms.. lets hope the best to out in market
How can you say that made in china have problems? Because hardware is going to be same for both made in china & made in finland phones. Only issues will be regarding softwares which can be solved by upgrading the firmware.
Nokia has not set the release date, but it _should_ be out soon. It probably will be available in a few weeks (there are rumors that it'll be out next week).
Now $1100 seems a bit high... I mean, sites are taking pre-orders for $800: check out http://www.mobilecityonline.co...aign=froogle , and this is first google result, so it could probably be found for less than that...
Other thing I don't understand why people care about is availability in this country or that country... Once it's out anywhere, you'll be able to buy it online. Unless you want it with contract for cheap, but that depends on the carrier, not the country.
After speaking with owners of the N95 and reading various fora, it is obvious that there is something wrong with the China-made N95s. There is a serious lack of quality control. I wish Nokia would stop making phones in China because they produce an alarming number of faulty phones.
Just because it's made in China, it doesn't necessarily mean it'll be bad. Don't get me wrong, I do agree that most the stuff coming from China is crap, but it still depends on who makes it. Wait until it's out, and then we'll see...
As for videos on youtube... It's just the flash player that's needed, and the current version for mobiles apparently doesn't support FLV video. But Flash Lite 3 should be out soon, and it will support it. Meanwhile, if you _really_ need to play those videos, you can always just route them through your home PC, transcoding to whatever formats are supported on your phone...
Thor: if you can write a flash player on your spare time, in C++, for the phone (non-i386) running at ~300MHz, with no specs for the format, kudos to you! :)
Well as far as youtube and other thing like that are concerned.. This all depends on the browser and i very much believe there will be a 3-rd party browser made that will suppoprt features like that. becouse there really is nothing preventing it from doing that. I am learnin C++ and if noone will attemt to make this i will be good enough to make such programs in abaut a year. I really can not seee why programmers at my-symbian would do that just jet...