People, do not get over participative in this forum! Every one's opinion is subjective in every product.
The missing card slot is definitely a disadvantage but anyway, different phones like I mentioned before caters for the different masses.
hem i think its a good phone. but look at the price. i think its over price. well with $1099 u can get a pda and a phone which i think its much better than tis gadgets. yes it have a wifi camera 4gb hardisk (um but it doesnt have a slot card) but i think its still over price. beside that slot memory i think its important. ok it maybe have 4gb but for the ability of this gadgets i think its much better if it have a slot card. remember one think in the next 1 or 2 year 4gb memory is not something awesome like today. u dont buy this phone only for 1 year rite? for god sake i think its much better if you buy o2 xda and w800i rather than n91
this phone sucks 900 dollars hahahahah and guess what this phone DOESNT have the A2DP support... I would rather by samsung i310 8 gig with A2DP profile so I could listen the music with my bluetooth stereo headsets (Motorola ht820) and also samsung i310 looks way better than this 1200 dollar junk....
THIS PHONE IS SO BIGGGG who would carrie this piece of thign out?
might as well get a nano and a l6 slver it would be way cheaper and still have 4 gigs of memory same difference.
i am waiting for 3 mp now
have you try DV2 from Xcute
The N91 does not have auto focus.
I had meant to get N80 first but after considering the pricing factors, I have decided to go for N91 as the N80 would sink down to N70 prices, making it really common.
I LOVE THIS PHONE!, too bad it cost 1000 bucks for a 2 mp camera. A Ipod nano and a cellphone is 4 times cheaper
i am sry this phone is not worth $900, hell no. I would only buy this phone for $500 most plus samsung also has microdrives windows phone.
What does it mean "mobile"? something that can easy to move from here to there and there to here with a "happy feeling". So how are about all nokia mobilephones? All of their phone nowadays look very "uncomfortable". they are thick, big and all same functions from low-end to high-end phone. My mobile phone is always stay with me, inside my pocket where i can make or answer any call. But I just cannot put them inside my pocket because they are blody big. If any phone are thicker than Ipod nano or V3 mobile. Man, i just take them out of my list immediately.
Kelvin, do u noe if N91 has autofocus in camera? cos i looked at Nokia NSeries website under the N91 stories and they mentioned that it has autofocus. I mean it's highly impossible for dis to have AF, but just to clarify.
Anw I saw the N91 and N80 display sets at Nokia@Causeway Point. I muz say both handsets look very gorgeous. N91's keypad keys are too tiny though...
this phone is like an old calculator i used at school, 15 years ago!!! naf!
Hi Mr T, I would definitely prefer the N91 over the 3250. The 3250's sound quality over the headphones isn't that great and already costs $600 (the price which I am selling it at). The N91 costs just $1088 (RRP) and comes with a bundled sennheiser headphone that is worth $145.00. Just $343.00 more and you get a better feature set with a 4GB memory.
For those people who are saying that the N91 is not worth the money because of the additional $343 for Wifi, 4GB of memory, let me enlighten you. The cost of adding wifi to a non wifi enabled PDA costs approximately $80, while 4GB worth of flash memory (Micro SD) costs easily $280 odd, not to mention that a 4GB micro sd isn't even available.
It all equates out rather evenly.
For the comparison back to USD, the N91 costs about USD$640.00
However, please do not assume that this price would be availble in your own counties apart from Singapore as we enjoy one of the lowest mobile phone prices in the world, nearing $200-$300 cheaper as compared to European counterparts, which I have surveyed when I fly where annually.
Hope this information is of use to you guys.
Please DON´T START VOTING a phone anymore, if you haven`t used it so far. It`s a lot helpful for us (the people who want to get it), to find out whether the cell phone is good or bad, AFTER anyone has begun using it.