I have been using nenode n2 for last 2 month, but till now i couldn understand how to configure gprs settings in my phone...plzzzzzzzzzz help
Just bought this phone from cti-miammi.com, great service and had the phone quick and fast. Ita great phone with more then great fetures. First time i have not been able to come up with a draw back in a phone (of the feturesd provided.)
I gt the latest software along with the phone and i am truley happy with it. Love it.
neonode filed 4 bankruptcy
does this mean i cant buy the n2 eventhough it is still up for sale on their site?
Love Ne-no, ne-no, so good they named it twice.
Just bought the N2; unlike some reviewers I found it very intuitive and a simple infra-red pleasure. Phone is tiny at 60g but screen is clear enough (not as clear as my 3.8 HTC Touch HD) but good enough considering what it can do, smartly running windows. I just swap my SIM and 16gb micro SD (you need an adaptor as the N2 is Mini) from one phone to the other and have the best of both worlds, both sync wonderfully with my XPS M2010 - like my mate says 'you gotta Megaphone and a Microphone'!! tee-hee!
NeoN2, smaller than a credit card on a big diet, much better design than the N1 and especially the N2.5, which looks an unmitigated disaster, fatter than a fat thing on a pig diet!
My only beef would be the pair of holey-moleys at the bottom - what they for, I already got two holey-moleys!
Good: Tiny, runs windows, feature rich, t'internet, calendar, takes decent pics, tiny, feels good in the hand(!), well constructed, intuitive, good menus and in-lug phones, clear calls, enjoy up to 32gb of memory, tiny, cool&doody to take to the pub, people marvel at it - you know - walking into lamposts with their mouths open, oh yes, and it's tiny!
Bad: The two holes in the bottom - Neonode could have made the phone 10mm shorter and 10g lighter if they had cut them out -there is no gubbins inside the bottom piece apart from the joy(less)stick, which you never need to use.
Conclusion: Buy one and smiiiile!!
i know all about neonode n2 .....because its manufactured n my company.....we have done many r&d on this project .....
but now its produxtion has stopped ......F U I .....there are 17000 phone are there in our store ......but neonode people dont want ,,,,now the company is going sell but nobody needs....after that they planned to give this phone to all employs free but our strengt is 2500 .....still lot of mobile pending ,,,,i dont know why they dont wat this phone......
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N3? It gets referred to as N2.5 on most forums. But to be frank, if looks is the issue, I'd prefer N2. N1 looked like a Samsung D500 or D600 in their folded version. But the Memory card support on N2 is just amazing. Now it's just to see if it can really use the big cards. A 16GB MicroSD in a MicroSD to MiniSD converter seems to be the solution. This is where most new phones choke(i.e. LG Viewty, could use 8 GB , but all above 2 GB is just a horrible user experience in speed), too slow memory card navigation on big cards with lots of small files. Now, the N2.5 was confirmed from Neonode officials to be a concept. Interesting to see the concept was out in January 2008, ad still hasn't surfaced in the market.
This phone looks nice. I love it!!! If the N3 has 3G then I would definitely buy it because that's the only one missing.
wonder wen they will release n3. some rumors say they already hv a far better operating system for it and i wud like to c wat they cud do with an impresive spec list and even gr8er OS
What kind of this phone no wlam no 3g and edge people must vote for htc dia or sam i900
why dont they sell this here in the philippines... i would like to have this since the day i saw it's hands on preview.. seems interesting.... they dont even ship it here in the philippines... been through their site.. it is available for USD 460... only wished they would ship it here...
i love this phone!!! I was a little of a skeptic at first due to its toy like looks and the phone i received had a defective mini sd(which i was going to upgrade the card anyway)I bought a 4gig and the phone works really well. It has superior call quality. The mp3 function is so easy to work. The only issue is the use of gprs instead of edge or 3g, but since I have another phone with 3g im not to upset. Great set well worth the price.