Is this compatible with MacBook laptop? I need a feedback, pleaseeee.. Thank you so much....
[deleted post]If you're the type who wants to exploit your phone and use it to its fullest power, I suggest N900.
But if you're the type who wanted a practical phone with a good camera just for a daily use, then I suggest N8.
Christi, 26 May 2010they say it comes out on 24 august!Lets hope it come earlier .. cant wait for that long :S
Jason, 26 May 2010Yea! true. I think the N8 team has done a great job! I like especially the blue and orange version.i like the phone except that it ain't got global roaming function
Actually, the battery life doesn't depend on the battery's size, it depends on the way you use it (including applications and features) and it has a battery, Li-Ion 1200 mAh (BL-4D).
this s wat im talking about! d fon i dream of ol my lyf! sadly not stereo speakers!
Jason, 26 May 2010Yea! true. I think the N8 team has done a great job! I like especially the blue and orange version.I have the orange on on preorder :D
Peter, 26 May 2010"The heavily scratch resistant cover glass should compensate the lack of lens cover"... moreNokia sells a wonderful case for N95 8GB. It only costs like 10 bucks. It has a leathery feel and completely protects the phone. Look it up.
You think any updates will have threaded txt that's what i really want and i hope they say april fools and it has a 1 ghz processor
Anonymous, 26 May 2010Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. To me, E71 and N97 are fugly phones. Eww.Yea! true. I think the N8 team has done a great job!
I like especially the blue and orange version.
CAPERZ, 26 May 2010Hi Peter, I also have an N95 8GB. I have taken pix and videoz and never had any problem... moreWord. The only lens I've ever scratched was on my E75. And that's because the battery cover is so shaped that it locks in right near the camera lens. The cover is metal, so once i accidentally scratched it while putting in the battery cover. Been careful ever since.
Why does it look like a 1970 Dodge Charger? Is it trend setting retro or a just plain phugly? Putting tapered end caps (probably composite to allow RF) on a AL mono shell looks cheap and "detachable" -- like the cap is supposed to open into a battery compartment or something. Apple is experimenting with RF conductive glass and Nokia is dabbling in 1970s furniture. Where were the E71/N97 design teams?