made up my preorder today, really looking forward to the mailman who's bringing it the me in the end of april :) (living in Holland)
Personally I don't see any problems with the battery life, but I'm used to Nokia 3230...
what??!!! 1200$ are they crazy i just bought an i-mate JasJar instead and it's almost a laptop it got every great feature in the world (exept the camera) a 3.8 inch touch high res screen windows mobile 5.0 and every application you could imagine and the 180 degrees rotating screen full keyboard the greatest keyboard ever and there is nothing smarter than this baby a 520mhz intel processor 256mb rom stereo speakers it's a real UMPC so don't get crazy about nokias blingblings get real you can get the jasjar for half the price of the n95 it'll cost ya less than 600$
Why have Nokia put such a weak battery an rubbish flash on the N95 as people will have skinned there pockets out to get the N95 an £500 for this phone is a total rip off by Nokia ,an just hope they release a N95i without the Gprs maps an a better flash an battery ,i was going to get the N95 but i will be looking after my money for sure an keep my N73 an see if Sony Ericsson release the K900i a 5 megapixel one from them
Got the N95 yesterday, and I like it. Whoever said the sound is not loud enough was nuts. Its good. I am waiting on the 4gig micro sd to be released soon. Over all a very nice phone. Only issue is the keys. Wish it had a keyboard or at least touch screen.
These guys on mobileburn are loving the features, but the battery life is 'horrible'...
Pros: Amazing feature set, great camera, WiFi, good browser
Cons: Horrible standby battery life"
this phone is da BOMB!! The world should now realise how goood Nokia achewly are!!!!!!!!!!!
i just got the n95 and its really amazing
the sound is real life
I waited a fair while for this, taking advantage of the Phones 4U 28 day exchange policy and continuing to use my treo 650 until launch. Despite P4U's initially dreadful service I finally got one on the weekend. First impressions are that the unit is a tad fragile, but then I'm comparing it to my Treo which is built like a tank. I'm pretty impressed by the camera (I'm a professional photographer and have never really bothered about this feature on 'phones) which is fine for party pictures, and the radio is better than the one on my ipod. The slider doesn't really look like its going to last, but we'll wait and see. The navigation isn't bad having come from a decade of using a palm in one form or another, though the operating system seems a bit flakey. I've had it die on me completely until I hooked it up to charge (and showed that it was full about 20 seconds later, so it hadn't gone flat) and it reboots constantly when coming out of applications like web browsing and sat nav. When I first tried the web on my wireless network I was dead impressed with how quickly it loaded the first page. Unfortunately I've never got beyond the first page of any site as it just seems to hang for an eternity. The sat nav sounds cool - though it takes a good few minutes to orientate itself, and seems to just zoom in on a patch of unmapped terrain unless you are connected to the network. If I'm honest, I'd have preferred a wireless treo with palm OS, but seeing as no-one wants to sell that product in the UK I guess this was the next best thing (mac user and and I really don't want anything to do with m'soft if I can help it). They are going on e-bay for a pretty penny - I did consider just listing it and making about £400 profit, but where's the fun in that! ;-)
hihi ani1 kws what the forum add created for n95???is it www.n95users.com???pls help..thks u guys
will a change in browser, say the opera browser, improve browsing the net on the nokia n95, will it let me view stuff like video's, or is there an alternative browser or some software that will help me to view media rich websites or sites that include video? Thxs!!!!!
hi... can any1 tell me a good antivirus softwere for my n95??? i installed f-secure but doesnt work ??? tell me da name ?? and place from where i can download it???
Well, like my N70, it had some bugs when I bought it, but it's symbian, not a java phone, so...you use Windows knowing it can freeze or shut down, don't you? So...it's the same thing, and after some firmware upgrades, my N70 got really better, I think it's gonna be the same thing with the N95, by the way, does anyone have this problem, when I use the N95 with mu bluetooth car stereo, after I unpair them I cannot hear the music from the stereo speakers, only through the headset speaker, only after I reboot it I can hear it from the stereo speakers again.
Somebody said it's heavy...holy crap, u must be very weak and skinny.
And the sound quality, I dare any sony Ericcson user to compare it. even with the equalizer flat the sound is amazing.
should you download the f-secure software for mobiles that comes included with this phone? I've heard that this software uses up a lot of the nokia n95 memory and i mean A LOT. Is this software worth downloading? (btw, u gt 6 months free, 1.50 thereafter)
Like everyone I waited for the N95 eagerly and for a long time too.I was very disappointed today when I held it for the first time today in a Nokia shop.The build quality is the WORSE I have seen from Nokia.
The shiny chrome plated trimmings were cheap looking and tacky and the overall build quality is nowhere as good as the N80's solid feel and build.Needless to say I did not buy the N95.
I looked at SE/Nokia stand-by/talk time for smartphones:
N95 stand-by time seem a bit shorter than the other, but otherwise I don't see any big differences! The long talk time for N95 indicates that it is comparable to SE when used frequently (talk, SMS, web-browsing,...).
If you are talking about other than smart phones, then Nokia's cheapest(?) phone has a good 380/5,2 hours!! I'm talking about Nokia 1110...