I would be getting the phone on the very first day and will update on whether it truly has vibrate or not. At the moment, take it that it does.
I hope you are right kelv, I really hope you are right...
It would be a great dissapointment buy this phone and fint out it doesnt have...
I have been corresponding with Nokia officials tirelessly for the past week for all phone updates and specifications.
Phone though at 173g is solid and weight is spread out evenly.
Flip is sturdy.
Camera turnstile is firm.
And the most frequently questioned specification is that the phone has vibration according to a Nokia official who stated down to me that the entire N series would have the vibrate mode incorporated in it.
Nokia has corrosponded with me giving me information that all the N series are to have vibration. Guess it was an error after all.
My-symbian's review might be a review using the first version prototype therefore the vibrate feature is not incorporated in it.
Hi Im so exited as the Nokia N90 is finally available. Does it have a vibration feature? Whats the use of the Push - To - Talk feature? Is it a Walkie Talkie feature? If it is the how does it work?
Kelv, please, how do you know it finally has?
Michael Jerz, administrator of the www.my-symbian.com site, who has the N90 now and is making a review, says he hasnt find the vibration on his phone... what does this mean? That the N90 which is going to be sold will have? So why does his phone doesnt?
I dont understand anything!!! Has Nokia confirmed it has vibration?
We need more details!!!! PLEASE!!!
There could a a high possibility of the vibrate mode misuderstanding. N91 supports it and it could damage the hard disk. Does not make sense. Nokia officials are checking on it for me.
i would seriously rather buy a 2mp digital camera, and a phone one tenth the price, what use is a good camera, if you cant even tell your phone is ringing
Mario, your tone was a little harsh in your first post, that was why I deemed it crude. Sorry if I had caused you any misunderstanding.
I have tried the dummy phone today, so for all who want to know whether it's easy to use/hold and about its weight, you can sms pretty comfortable with one hand, and it's weight isn't that bad. Trust me. =)
The phone is rock solid in terms of build quality.
Whatttt??? no vibration??? oh my, confirm this model will fail in market, trust me guyss..
What a nice phone but without vibrate is like nothing.
Why are u being a hater Kelv? Seriously I dont have nothing against Nokia, 7280 is my fav fone so far. All I said is that in general Moto's have better voice quality talkin and better speakerphones thats a fact. For sure the O.S in the Nokia's is the best. My Fav phones so fare are. Razr , the Nokia 7280 and 7710 and I think for my needs the best so far its gonna be the Moto V1150 nice design and up too 512 mb space plus a 2mp camera. Whats so crude about it ? :O
Dont even go there to the phone as a quality of talking and speakers forget about it. Moto is far better ok symbian is a plus for Nokia. But trust me depends what are u looking for in a phone. I go for the design and 2mp cam and the cardslot. I dont ever play games with my phone once in a while so the voice quality is always much better in a Moto everybody knows that. Dude u should try a Moto first than talk.
I call to pu a BOYCOT on Nokia N90 model.
It is really a shame that Nokia has messed up its reputation with this model, since N90 has no Vibrating alert.
I'm confident that 80% of the population will not buy N90 unless Nokia will remake it and put a Vibrating alert into the phone.
FOR ALL YOU men-kids who are messed up in your heads about Camera, Bluetooth and other components, let me remind you that phone must first function well as a phone and only then as everything else.
YET, I strongly believe Nokia is still the Leader and has the most strongest and durable phones on the market.
SOME OF THE TOP NOKIA PHONES ARE STILL THE FOLLOWING:
-6310i (Undoubtly the King of all Cell. Phones)