The only device to compete with Nokia is only Nokia itself. Still love the sound of Nokia 6233.
Still using this beauty just to listen to music. No match of Nokia N91 music quality even with iphone 12pro max music cant reach near to N91. I bet if someone wants to compare
Salman Raj, 09 Nov 2020I want n91Still have this beauty, still there is no match of Nokia N91 music quality even with iphone 12pro max or any other smartphone
The good old days for sure. I used to post alot then with N91 tips. Fantastic Phone I still have three functional ones.
I have a 8GB one. Bought at ₹23k in 2008. I loved the phone to the core! It was an eyecatcher and conversation starter. That was the period when I have listened to the music for max hours. Loved it's music shortcut keys, slide down keyboard. I punched max rate of texting on that T9 keypad. Sadly the fun lasted only 1 year. After a year the network chip died. Color was also coming off the metal. I spent ₹8k more for the body and repairs, but the network never came. Now it lies in my cupboard in my parent's home, preciously maintained. I had last switched it on in 2019. Music, video all were working fine. I just wish I get network on it.. so that i can use it on some days and flaunt the retro beauty.. Just for the old times sake..!
I want n91
I had one. It was the phone that made me more anxious before it arrived. The audio quality was astonishing, specially together a good headphones
Hope Nokia will come up with new n91.
Nokia N91 - I have a one and never used item ! Smart phone with a HDD ! Its a really HDD inside - a stamp size ! With a all steel cover.
if nokia release this kind of design with proper spec , i dont care its android , i will change my phone ....
Instead of flash backs, show that Nokia wants a Snapdragon 765 for its next model.
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I wonder if it can stand a chance agains my "old" LG G7
wilson036, 24 Dec 2019Back then cellphones used to be fun with everyone being unique, I always looked forward to the... moreYeah, people are still hyped for some reason. Most of the new "features" are gimmicks anyway. Nobody asked for tiny bezels before it became a thing.
Just looking at this flashbacks dhould point out where mobile technology comes from.
Back then cellphones used to be fun with everyone being unique, I always looked forward to the next design & with what special features it'll bring... today the magic is lost.
Are you guys going to do a Sony Ericsson throwback? Especially the Walkman series in which proved better and more popular than the Nokia offerings
I wasn't into Nokia ... I had some cheap ones but my ex-colleague had one these N91. It look good. I preferred Sony's T series phones.