con, 15 Dec 2009yeh, the fm transmitter is very cool. i use it at work. love it.
I was disappointed in te FM transmitter.I thought it was wireless with range but I was wrong. You HAVE TO PUT IT on the radio within centimeter. My dreams on broadcasting my anime music to the jeepneys in my country was crushed. T_T
I tried it on my aunt's component and it was running fine when I put it on top. If I do the same with the jeepney radios, I would be detected and they will get mad. huhuhu
Nokia going bankrupt soon shutting down flagship stores
losing money and rapidly declining marketshare.
Anonymous, 16 Dec 2009I think it's sorta funny how I didn't get a stylus with my phone but instead recieved a leathe... morewell you don't really need the stylus anyway coz it's pretty accurate. but i wonder are you sure that you got a genuine phone because i've never heard of them coming with a car charger?
I think it's sorta funny how I didn't get a stylus with my phone but instead recieved a leather case and car charger. Neither of which I need..
matt b, 15 Dec 2009mine is 100% fine, brilliant phone.i love it!!this n97 is so off the chain and i love 2 death.. its not comparable 2 the n900 though.. ROSS
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Krema, 15 Dec 2009One question. Im buying this one or n97. N97 is bigger and it has a protective cap on its came... morei haven't yet had the chance to use the mini, but some reviews online have said that in general, the mini gives a better user experience than when the classic first came out. Also, the keyboard is better with more rubberized keys for faster typing. I also don't think that the mini has had the problems that the classic had at release (eg poor gps, general hanging and instability issues). I suppose nokia got it right the 2nd time round. The main differences between the two are obviously the pocket friendlier size of the mini, and its far inferior mass memory (8gb vs 32gb).
I know this phone is a quadband but...Can this N97 work in Japan? Has anyone out here try this phone in Japan?
Krema, 15 Dec 2009One question. Im buying this one or n97. N97 is bigger and it has a protective cap on its came... morewell,they are the same and they madee n97 mini more stylish.i myself prefered n97 'cause of :32 gb storage,bigger screen and D-pad.if you like this features go for n97 but if you prefer style and more pocketable phone then go for mini version.don't forget to upgrade the firmeware.
One question. Im buying this one or n97. N97 is bigger and it has a protective cap on its camera, but this one is metal and with the brown finish it looks ssoooooo cool and stylish. im not sure which one to get and the price is the same. please help
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2009i couldnt understand why n97 dont have skype? how can talk on skype with phone? its free on the ovi store, get fring or nimbuzz.
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2009Any1 recommend this phone to me coz i want to buy one this ??! Thanks !i recommend it to you, i have 1, and it works very good, high quality videos, good stereo speakers, more sensitive touchscreen,
i bought it recently and i think it is the best phone in the world.I have 1000 songs
Any1 recommend this phone to me coz i want to buy one this ??! Thanks !
james, 15 Dec 2009hi there, i just bought a nokia n97. however i got a problem, some applications which i would... morethat's a new one... have you got your internet connection properly set up? what are you using, wifi or your carrier's service? you could also try removing the widgets, restarting the phone and then putting them back on.
i just bought a nokia n97. however i got a problem, some applications which i would like to put on the homescreen they either don't appear at all there (instead there is an ongoing sign "downloading")or they appear but when you press it it doesn't open the application. i would appreciate any help.
mariao, 15 Dec 2009i can not set mailbox, there is no options to chooose e- mail settings, please help guys To set up email with default mail client, just go into Messaging and you will see mailbox option. then click on it and define your mailbox. it's pretty self explanatory, just follow the steps. if you find the default email client a bit too rudimentary, you might want to try using Nokia Messaging, which you can get by going to http://email.nokia.com and follow the links on the site. nokia messaging looks better than the default one, but its downsides are that you can only access emails from the past 3 days, and that it can only be installed on phone memory (whereas the default email uses e drive) which might be a problem if you're running low and have lots of emails.