Allan, 04 Jan 2009Actually a guy at my workplace has the iphone 3g and he says it freezes now and then and when ... moreReally?
If you can wait for it to 'unfreeze' it isn't really frozen then, is it?
There is a way to unfreeze an iPhone but I can't be bothered telling you.
I have NEVER heard of it happening on standby, maybe you are confused with a WinMo device.
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2009I think what he means is, as the iPhone doesn't "hang" so there is no need to remove the batte... moreActually a guy at my workplace has the iphone 3g and he says it freezes now and then and when someone calls he can't answer it. He has to wait for it to unfreeze, cause as he said he can't remove the battery!
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2009I think what he means is, as the iPhone doesn't "hang" so there is no need to remove the batte... moreWhen your battery dies your whole phone gone for good until you mail it to apple but when you mail your probaly freaking out cause you don't know were it's gonna really end up i know were mine is... It's in my pocket cause i can easily swap batt after the other one is fully dead and has no charges left XD
I love the removable battery XD when your iphone gets dropped in water you'll see why the removable battery is still the best plus 2 batteries are better then 1 big one that only has 330 charges XD 2 batteries 660 charged maybe even more cause it's a back up battery i do it all the time with my E70 2 bats FTW!!! Longer net with full brightness,volume owned
I have the N95 and it is fab....N97 looks great and will be my next one..... Go Nokia....
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Well why do all these Nokia fans keep whining about having to change the battery all the time?
If there wasn't something wrong with Nokia batteries they wouldn't be complaining about it so much.
My comment is about the infrared.It will be better if infrared is avaliable to enable you send or recieve files from smaller nokia that do not have bluetooth device.(please nokia try and do it for your users.We love u nokia because you are number one.)
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2009cannot remove battery will make the phone battery more heavy duty and will make the phone neve... moreI think what he means is, as the iPhone doesn't "hang" so there is no need to remove the battery to restart it, unlike S60 phone's.
You also don't need to remove the battery to take out the SIM card.
By not having a removable back the phone can be physically smaller, even though it has a large battery.
The battery on the iPhone 3G is not soldered in like the original iPhone, there are also a couple of screws on the housing on either side of the port, it looks like the battery will be easier to change (although I have never had to buy a second battery for ANY phone I have owned over the last 10 years since LIon batteries started being used).
You can buy extra batteries for the iPhone which plug into the charging port and give extra charge, there is one which gives 24 hours talk time and 31 days stand-by time which wraps around the back of the iPhone and includes a flash/torch, it will even still fit in an iPhone dock.
How many original N95's have you seen with sticky tape holding the back on?
The design was really flimsy with tiny plastic tabs holding it on which bend and break easily.
all n series phones of 2008-2009 years are midle range ....only in 2010 nokia will make hi end phones
its only economic tactiks
Dani, 04 Jan 2009Its more then that!after nokia N97,there is no more than it.
Can't wait for it to come out..until then i'm stuck with my piece of crap called samsung omnia..nokia makes the best cellphones!!
If it is like the E71 and does not support Blackberry, then its value as a business tool is reduced. There is no doubt that Blackberry works in difficult to connect parts of the world where the E71, based on my experience, just does not perform like the Blackberry. Even the Blackberry 8320 out performed the E71 for signal strength on the same GSM network and therefore was able to retrieve and send critical emails when the E71 was not. I was very impressed with the Blackberry.