hey guys. lets not compare the N95's or the K850's. to be frank its a different phone with different capabilities. it all comes down to the buyers choice. some enthusiast r more fussy with the size and some r more into the specs. i have both of the phones which i think they r marvelous. u can only compare between the phones r the cameras itself. im not too sure bout the new N95's but i hope it will do great despite there will be a marketing war between the 2 giant mobile makers. lets make this site a place where u can put in useful information rather than putting them down. cheers!
i love this phone so much that i will buy it instead of a laptop but ill have to wait until i get the money for it does any one knw how much is going to be and please dont come that and the new SE!!this has WLAN the Se doesnt
hey people this is the most perfect phone till date.....coz me using n95, well this is my 2nd which iam using right now, coz first was destroyed in water, well iam going to buy n95 8gb wen it comes out.....
This phone has all the features you want, but nokia need to make a phone with all these features thats actually nice to look at, cause this phone looks like my stomach contents! SE are smashing the phone industry at the mo.
i think its a grate phone, i own a n95, 8600 luna and and 8800 sirocco, i think that the n95 is the best phone on the market, 1 million times better than the k850 my arse!!
hey mJZx: nokia can put all that but the cuality of construction will suck
To S35r: yes I've heard of the E-series but they are not user friendly. The E61i is wide and looks like a slice of bread. No chance of stereo speakers; the earphone has only one side as if people had only one ear!! The camera is underpowered etc. As for the E90 we are talking of some serious weight and size here. The big screen doesn't even show videos in full screen. In other words the E series is not as user or entertainment friendly. The N series are the entertainers of phones. They need to add QWERTY to give the buyer choice and to make it easier to enter text.
Friends, Nokians, countrymen after deep meditation I have seen the future. The first N series with a full QWERTY. The rough specs would be slideout QWERTY keyboard; Sirf Star III GPS chipset; VGA 24 bit three inch screen; 128MB RAM; fast processor with dual CPU; expandable memory; 1500mAh battery. This together with the usual N95features will put Nokia clearly at the top. Nokia are you listening??
To the previous comment: Have you ever seen the E61 or perhaps even the E90? Maybe even the old 9500. Or the 9300i? Maybe the N-series do not have keyboards, but if you want a phone with a keyboard get one of those or get an XDA; turst me, they are much better! Oh, and Nokia say it is LIKE using a computer. it is metaphorical. Don't take it literally.
Oh yes... Just a small word to Nokia ( I am not even sure whether their senior staff read these forums. Does anyone know their e-mail address??); you guys and gals have made 18 N series phones and not one of them have a QWERTY keyboard yet you insist on calling them multimedia computers. Can you imagine using a desktop comp with a T9 keypad instead of a QWERTY?? I don't know what you lot are playing at. Please in a future N series device could you be more considerate to people who type on the phone. Sure you have the E series but they are not as entertainment friendly. A funny site is the E61i with only a one sided earpiece!! Come on Nokia give us a slideout QWERTY coupled with Sirf Star III chipset and 128MB RAM and we will be singing!!
Most of Nokia's high end phone uses SHARP LCD so display will sharp (not as VGA) and clear there will be minor visibility of pixel and soon Nokia will also use Samsung LCD display definately N95s display will be better than windows phone that uses same size and resolution i.e (QVGA)
Andy, I don't think there is much difference between the size of the buttons on the numerical keypad of the N95 and the 8GB version. As for the lack of a lens protector Nokia should include a stringed pouch for the 8GBversion just like they did for the N93. This will protect both the lens and screen from sharp objects in pockets. As for the price it will surely come down a few months after release just like what happened with its elder brother. I know you are trying to justify keeping your N95 but I must say that if money was not a limiting factor then I would definitely go for the 8GB. It has more RAM (128MB) and a better battery which were limiting factors in the older device.
the nokia brand has really proved its worth. basically i feel the nokia n95 8gb is the crown jewel of the entire nokia series.With integrated GPS and WLAN,gprs,audio jack,wcdma & EDGE....... what more could you ask for in a phone although i am some what suprised by the fact that it does not have a SD slot but i feel that has been accomodated for by the 8GB of internal memory as it practically inexhaustible.but a dude told me SE just come up with a kinda K750 or somt'n of d sort with 5mp & 8GB card but for me nokia is still ma brand of choice despite it being associated with recurrent faults.but i'd really like them to do somt'n 'bout their new smaller pin plugs & openings mostly in the N series.Asides that........NOKIA RULES!
Nokia as made a big mistake with the Front keypads buttons they have made them too small on the N95i as i think the N95 were small an could easily make a error using them,they have made the screen a big bigger but i thought the N95 screen was just the right size,an removing the camera lens cover will also make any person who as the N95i take very good care of the lens or it could get scratched or badly marked everytime they put there mobile in there pockets an could make the picture quality not as good as the N95,i am going stick with my N95 an put a Full Black fascia set on it to make it look like the N95i instead an also one thing i can not wait to see the price for Nokia putting 8gb memory on the N95i i bet its going to be very expensive indeed
Mmm... the CPU is the same dual CPU seen in the N93 and N95. I suppose it is too late to make the changes I would have liked to see but dear Nokia really need to put a VGA screen in this device. 2.8 inches is too large for QVGA res. Oh yes ... And what are they going to do about the deaf TI GPS?? They better find a more sensitive chip fast!! Remember Nokia legally reserve the right to make changes so they better think carefully before launching.
Why does this Site Give Wrong ifno about the battery life
its not 6 hrs
N95 8gb screen will more pixelated and worst than normal N95. N95 8gb will display the blur picture..no doubt!
i think k850 isnt better than n958gb be w850 has no wi-fi and only 2.2 inches,no hscsd,no infrared port,no ppt so how can it be better
BUT THIS NEED CARD SLOT TO 8GB AND THIS IS NOT INSIDE THE MOBILE THEM HAVE 8GB . AND Sony ericson 5 megapixel its better becouse its not big and slide .. and n95 its really big mobile and i think its be slow mobile.. and its a upgrade to n95 normal. and i think i will not buy the mobile beocoues its slow i will buy the n95 Normal.. its better i think.. And Bye Bye