Ringtones - I found thr ringtones that came with the N91 are loud bu when I use an MP3 as a ringtone it all depends on the MP3
Battery Life - If you do not have a 3G account then swich the phone from Dual Mode to GSM (you still have GPRS). Go to Tools, settings , Network. Also leaving Bluetooth on all the time will drain the battery faster. Make sure you did not set your devices WLAN to "show availability" his makes the WLAN wake up off and on to let adhoc networks know you are there. Also so not store your messages on the HDD since every tie you write or receiev and MMS, SMS it soins up the HDD (I placed my ear against it to listen - unlike music, video where it appears Nokia buffers for he HDD using RAM for sms etc it doesn not). Since there are so many features thare are alot of things you can "leave on" unexpectedly.
All these above helped me get 2-3 days (with music playing, regular use etc)
I love My n91 but the two major drawbacks is that the speakerphone is too soft (have problems with ringer which is not loud enough) and the second is that the battery life is not as goood as the phones it barely takes me through the day .... please does anyone face the same problems
actually i love nokia, nokia forever
maybe its not perfect but it is 99%
im gonna work all summer or coupe of month to finally order that phone
and yes, u can store any files on it
i have nokia 6260, and i can store any files on it, even though there isnot too much memory
the bad thing about that phone is the price, even though i saw for like $750 on some american site
im gonna have to order it from usa or uk, coz in canada there is so little phones availabel!
go to www.nokia.ca
ull see only about 15 old nokias!!!
or really shitty ones
anyway, i will earn money and buy t its realllly cool
my freinds think its a waste of money
but its a camera+ipod+phone together
plus u can browse internet
omg im really sick about that phone,
can someone tell me average retail price for that phone please?
thx bye guys
i'm using N91 right now. nice shape n material. a bit heavy tho. the size of the hard drive, love it. got a few hundred songs inside and still a lot more can go. the thing about this phone i really like, the keypad. although smaller and sometimes found it a bit hard to get to the right key, but the perfect feel when u click it, is really awesome. overall, loving it.
the thing with phones these days is its gettn too much functions for the one device, all people want is a good battery life with basic 2mp camera and simple and small and compact phone.
for example the se w810i is good enough, why have a phone with 4gigs??? phones are used to make phone calls, if i wanted a mp3 player i would buy a ipod.
Hi i bought this phone about a week ago and it"s a fine one but just today the speakerphone malfunctioned after 1 week of use lucky i have my warranty ((GREAT JOB NOKIA)) and my freind he bought the 3250 and guess what it"s gone too ((WELL DONE NOKIA)) take care every one and i hope u make the right choises when u buy a phone Thanx.
there is no camera on the front of the n91.wait till you get one before posting comments.
'There is a camera at the front of the o2 N91 jim'
'Before making comments youo should revise.'
Actually you are wrong, there is no camera on the front, I obtained one when they first one came out. If u work for o2 I certainly would not buy anything from u as u dont know anything about your products. SE are &^%$, ya they can make a phone with 4gb but no camera (wheres the sense in that). Tell me what other phones have wifi, 4gb, a dedicated headphones slot, and camera!! And if they are really are that bad why are u always sold out on 02!!
phoned o2 uk again!
and they said im def getting one of the next bactch of phones
so they say
yea the 4GB microdrive can store data files besides music
coz if it can store application files
then i think they can store data files
hi every1 i have just bought my n91 its a wonderful mobile and it met all my needs but there are some defects that i hope will be vanished by installing new software version,
if some1 could ans me why while playing music files the music is cut down for 1 or 2 sec's but continously
plz reply to my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
on this forum
you're wrong pal.n91 is better then 3250 ( speaking about sound- in headphones ) but the 3250 has a louder speaker then n91... but still n91 is the best
i have recently bought a n91 it is a great phone 1 of the best phones made but there is 1 majer problem it is two epensive to keep and can get dameged very easily eg dented the steel case is not very good so if you got the money to buy it buy it but if u havnt buy a 3250 its the same but the only diffrence is the memory and the shape of the phone so the choice is yours n91 or 3250
I am also from Jhb, South Africa and i would like to find out if you are getting this fone on contract,if so, then on which network?which price plan?and which service provider?.This information would be a great help to me as i would also like to get this fone but havnt seen it in SA yet.You can reply on this opinion board or on my e-mail.Thanks in advance.
you have 4 g to store enny thing go on the net download enny thing with zipapps.sis you can store with a cable enny computer games applications dvd mp4 eaven if the phone dusent suppor or runne computer software you can store them in here 4g
Could any1 tell me if the 4gb micro drive can be used to store data other than music?
If so does it come with a v2usb data cable or would I be better off upgrading my v1 bluetooth dongle to a v2?
Does the size of this drive enhance the speed of the phone in any way?
Is the 3.5mm audio out reliable?
This is a feature I have looked for in a phone for a long time.
Is the symbianOS reliable and what speed does it operate at?
I am left wondering what they have let slip, it seems to good to be true, all the latest features(except hsdpa) and a whole load of memory.
Can anybody tell me when this damn phone is gonna be released in South Africa, and is it going to be realeased through vodafone.
I'm crazy over this phone but thanks to our Government we suck in telecommunications.