haha the best keypads i ever used is of my oldie nokia 1100 what do you guys say haha
dont rply to araon(whatever)!!!!!!
endlessz, 05 May 2009err..come again? most popular and sells better than N95 8GB? where at? which country? show m... moreofcourse it's not the best selling device - it's only in his head:) Don't worry mate - we know which is the best:) Cheers
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970err..come again?
most popular and sells better than N95 8GB?
where at? which country? show me..
it is NOT the most popular one and best seller FP1 device in Indonesia =P
why? coz people see it not as powerful as N95/N95 8GB, that's it, simple as that
ohh i see him (Aaron) on the N82 section
but he doesn't type as much as he does here =P
wow i've just installed a new screensaver on my n95 8gb! it's really nice now!
Meraz, 04 May 2009Hey, anybody updated to new firmware? Plz write here the changes after the updates..google them!
Hey, anybody updated to new firmware? Plz write here the changes after the updates..
We ain't bothered about N82 in this forum, We are proud owners of this Great Multimedia Powerhouse the N95 8GB!!
I've never seen the INNOV8 of such great quality. It's just the same as N95 8GB. If N95 8GB is thick and wide, the INNOV8 is very long. While almost all phones are contending in which is the smallest and slimmest, those two are competing of which is the thickest and the largest.
Well it's not important whether you believe me or not. But I have a lot of co-N82 users over pinoywap.net and we all share the same opinion about the battery life of N82. What's important is that there's more people who know that N82's battery life is long enough to last a whole day of heavy usage. The problems on battery life that you are pointing out is existent to N95 not to N82. Even N95 with its smallish battery was proven to have gained boost on battery life under the latest firmware. How much more isn't N82, given it has a larger capacity battery and less power consuming hardware. If you are solely basing your opinion about N82's battery life on mobile reviews, well let me tell you, those reviews of 2 years ago cannot justly speak of what N82 is of today. The short battery life of the N82's reviewed 2 years ago is due to its software's non-efficient use of power. Nokia has tweaked so many times this area so that battery problem should not persist anymore. And reviews of 2 years ago are no longer valid and reasonable if someone is considering of getting a new N82 today. The reviewed N82 units 2 years ago had very awkward keypad and a d-pad that had a tendency to fall apart whatsoever. But Nokia has replenished many times their stocks of N82 and what's currently available in the market today have already been perfected. The black N82 I have right now is different from the silver N82 2 years ago and even the black N82 about a year ago.
Again, I'm speaking about the battery life of N82. The only way to completely drain its battery from a full charge is to take up to 6 hours of continuous data transfer via EDGE at least, with the backlight lit on for that long.
Mehedi, 04 May 2009well innov seemed ok to me,it has slow motions vedio option and optical trackpad thats why i l... moreinnov8?? Oh come on..strongly suggest n95 8gb..juz go to google and type n95 8gb vs innov 8 dude..u must have make a researched dude to make sure u satisfied when u buy ur lovely phone..
well than can any one give me some advantage points of getting n95 over innov?something like n95 vs innov.i haven't seen any mobile which can be compared with n95-8gb except innov.(in s60).both have super battery and camera and alot features.i am in a great confusion between these two.both costs same.both looks great.both have excelent output sound quality in loudspeaker.can any one tell me the pros and cons of those mobiles.and the last qestion is should i wait till n86 comes out?dose it have an option of slow motion video?
Aaron, 04 May 2009I don't know what kind of N82 you've used. But in terms of battery, I'm very much satisfied wi... morei used a new device with a new battery and so did everyone alse on the net testing it - get real man - you're obviously lying to us and to yourself. Why would you do that - beats me. But the internet would not be fool of people complaining about poor battery life of the device if it were superb:)
Aaron, 04 May 2009I don't know what kind of N82 you've used. But in terms of battery, I'm very much satisfied wi... moreAs always - every user that states differently than you do on the net is wrong:) And i have been challenging you about the SAR value of the device many times and you don't answer, which is a sign that you cannot hold anything against it. It seems that a candybar form makes a lot of excessive radiation possible. So if you're into health - N82 is a clear loser:). Not only amongst N-Series or Nokia's, but amongst the whole headset world:)
If akwardness of design and cheap plastics, hanging, small screen and the poor battery life of the device doesn't turn you off, then the excessive radiation should. But hey, we Europeans do care about those things since there isn't so many of us than Asians! Regards!
I don't know what kind of N82 you've used. But in terms of battery, I'm very much satisfied with my N82's battery. I have the new model of N82. The black one that shipped with the latest v31 firmware. You can ask the new N82 users about the battery and I'm telling you battery is never a problem on N82. Probably it's a problem on the early batch of N82. As I've said I do a lot of web browsing on my phone. So I just laugh at people who say that N82 has a poor battery life because I never experience it. What I could only recommend is common sense. Update your firmware and replace your worn out battery with a new one and you'll eventually understand what I'm talking about.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970O.K.!
Once down to the last bar, my N95 8GB lasts for the entire evening & the whole night :)
And another thing:
I've been using it as a GPS, and having it offline, it lasted for 12 hours.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970i have not been only holding ut but using it. And all that i wrote is true. If u have to get accustomed to the keypad then something is wrong with the design. The battery on my unit lasted a day barely with only calls and sms and that's the experience of users all over the net (either you have a special model or you're just kidding yourself)
"I find myself not able to get through a full day if I'm going to be using stereo bluetooth for more than 1.5 hours and normal use of the rest of the phone's features."
This is just one of many testimonials:)
And what about the incredible SAR value. It's really dangerously high - you don't comment on that. It seems you don't care for radiation as long as you have your beloved headset. You like fact - here they are:)