first of all , this phone is very special but the price is not reasonable like nokia 8800.
oh BTW , BL-5C is found in the Nokia 7610,6600,6620,6630,6680,N70 etc
BL-6C is found in the Nokia N-Gage
but you can use the BL-5C (970mAh) or BL-6C(1050mAh) batteries though
the N92 battery wont fit in the N90.. the battery for N90 is smaller.. the N92 battery is the one found in 9500..
hey ppl wat if we use the n92 battery for n90??? will it be ok of the battery life.... or will something happens to the phone? Thanks.
I bought this fone 2 weeks ago, amazing! but does anyone know wether I can use the camera on close fold mode at 180 degrees? It always closes the camera at 180 degrees, but sumtimes the camera goes on by itself after i leave it for awhile but cant use it because the picture button when held at that time goes to the "speak now"... can anyone help me?
here's the low down, i had one for 3 weeks and sold it 4 an ipod. Pro's camera u wudnt beleive, amazin screen and stylish as fuk, cons: big, highly nickable, nothings compatable, and it dnt vibrate - u wud fink u cud cope wiv out tht, trust me u cnt, its soo annoying its got me in trouble a few times b4 and battery sux b-sides tht great impulse buy:D
People keep saying that they are returning this phone because it does'nt have this feature or that feature of to big or heavy.Don't they check it out first in the shop , like hold it in their hands and ask questions.[fly me to the moon and think its going to be like Tahiti ]hmm
can i please find out how do get the meassge centre number of this phone.
i really like this fone and i was wondering if someone has shopped at www.hi-mobile.net..for any cell phones..they look fishy to me coz they r offering this fone at 650 cad includin tax wherelse other retailers an websites r charging atleast 150-200 dllrs more...so if any of u can give me some feedback on this site, it ll be greatly appreciated..
All I want to add is no doubt nokia is bringing fantastic mobiles out but they really need to work on the battery performance side like sony ericsson. Please do something. 3 hrs is not enough.
yes N90, i agree with you.. the chrome side panels slowly gets unshiny.. just like mine.. it doesnt look like a piece of metal now.. it just look like a piece of plastic.. so blurred.. n it attracts fingerprints so easily.. i suggest you guys wait for the N92 seriously i kinda regret after buying this phone for 2 months.. trust me.. but if ur budget is low then get this one instead of the N80 or N92..
the4 glossy side panels in my N90 is corroding! what should i do! its blurred!
n90 is a 3g phone, it has video calls, america doesnt support this network
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dear FADI both n90 and n70 are 3g phones, maybe your network doesn't support video calls.I have a n90 and use video calls all the time.
no vibration!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!please do something about it because it really can get people in their nerves..hey what if people are doing something or their are in a metting..you have to put it on silent or switch it off..but most of them usually put it on silent...then the vibration thing works..if a phone don't have vibration then it's not worth being called HANDPHONE or it's should just get DUMP somewhere...PLZ DO SOMETHING..ALL THE NOKIA USER WANT TO SEE SOMETHING!!!
I am also not much pleased with my Nokia N90 and now m planning to buy a Nokia N80…so was doing some research work and found it to be a beautiful rich 3G multimedia device ….reminds of Nokia 7650 as all the reviews say!! It weighs only 134 grams…and provides fast internet access with sensitive browsing……it also incorporates large internal memory of up to 40 MB…this is good …….got nice reviews at http://www.inods.com and http://www.mobile-review.com see if they interest u………
In North America, GSM operates on the primary mobile communication bands - 850 MHz and 1900 MHz. Initial implementations were exclusively 1900 MHz, with 850 MHz being added in 2001. In Canada, GSM-1900 is the primary frequency used in urban areas with 850 as a backup, and GSM-850 being the primary rural frequency. In the United States, regulatory requirements determine which area can use which frequency.