Any other phone can multitask, this phone is NOT a portable dvd player (that's when it's size would be a big joke) and Symbian doesn't make this phone special. I mean, SE just came out with a killer UI that's a very good solution to symbian's; system crashes, freezes, unreliability, and some times, their security. It either backfires on the user, or it leaves itself too vulnerable.
I agree about the lens cover, but it makes to difference. There's still that peice of plastic covering it, unless if you take the whole back cover off, there's nothing to protect it. Then it's just like Nokia's other phones. Only plastic, and even then it's designed/made/used poorly... Why can't they make plastic as good, hard and durable as SE?
Also, it says HSDPA, but engadget keeps whining on about this having no American or tri-band HSDPA support. Has anyone found a proper spec sheet on Nokia's uninforming website? You know, like how SE has it with the comparatives of their latest phones, and they have two versions, one for china and one for international and at the bottom they show what bands they have in GPRS/EDGE and UMTS/HSDPA?
I was one of the first to get N95 when it came out. And I knew that an improved model is going to be on the way sometime soon. Plenty to love about the new N95 8GB - Better processor, increased battery life, cool color, and bigger screen. Although there is one thing that changed my mind about trading in my N95 for the new one in a couple months. They are removing the lens cover to make room for the battery, and that's a huge NO for me. 5 MP Carl Zeiss is one of the most prized qualities of this device, and exposing the lens to pocket dust and scratches is just not an option. I hope Nokia reconsiders, just like they reconsidered taking out GPS module to make space for more memory before. If they don't, they might as well get rid of the camera all together, and add stylus to the phone instead, because camera without a cover cannot be taken seriously.
I'm gonna sell my iPhone and getting this baby right here! i can't wait. i don't care about the price!
NAND Memory: 256 MB
SDRAM Memory: 128 MB
90 MB Free Executable RAM Memory
for peoples that saise f..k nokia
divx player mobile.divx.com
play music and videos while talking on the phone
if you cant wait a few sec to open a folder
so what the phone
is a portable dvd player
3.5 mmjack outoput
nothing compared to the symbian os
how easy it is to use if you take time to learn and search new applications
any one that hates nokia are stup....
I want it by any means!!!!!! Can anyone tell me when will this phone be launched in India.
eagerly waiting for it..........
At last, iphone of the i-diots will be forgotten now that these new phones are out.
here is the FCC report
Manual of N95 8GB
This rocks.It IS the best phone.Differences between Orig. n95 and ths one are so that everybody knows:
- 8GB internal Flash.
- Larger display (2.8", up from 2.6"), same resolution.
- MicroSD slot removed.
- 128MB RAM, up from 64MB.
- 1200mAh battery, up from 950mAh.
- Slider protecting camera lens removed to make room for the larger battery.
- Cosmetic changes to media and front-panel buttons.
-CPU far better.
It will come out in october,q4,this year at 560 EURO without taxes.That means aproximatly 650-700 Euro.Hope my comment helped someone:D.
The source is Nokias press release so it for sure.You can reassure on nokia go play site.:D
The phone outlook is much more flashy, and 8gigs is a major improvement in memory. They have given the handset a new stronger battery but the talk time is less than the orginal. The only real improvement is memory,eye appeal and the screen is a little larger. If nokia doesnt improve on the stability and performance of the Os from the old n95 then this handset will not worth buying if you own the old n95.
first i'm going to see if nokia fix all the problems like:
1)the audio cuality(in normal n95 is horrible)!!!
2)the slider crak !!!
3)the battery life(bigger screen)(little improvement)!!!
if not, is the same C..p whit a bigger screen and a little better battery, and a big big memory