i would like to know if this phone saves pics directly to its memory card or phone memory... and what are some of its advantages and disadvantages? please reply to my e-mail>>> firstname.lastname@example.org
it's amazing that fantastic phones are just visions or concepts or they are released only in South Korea/Japan. Europe will never have 10 megapixel phones, the most we can muster are 3mp and the majority of handsets are either 1.3 or 1mp, at least we've got the LG 5MP and Nokia N95 5MP models. Needless to say, the Motorola V1000 is such an awesome design and they never released it. The Nokia N92 is awesome in a way it's big but the feature and the screen are to die for but I know this phone probably won't even comeout and remains pure vision, but then again, carphone warehouse have informed me to expect to see this phone in the UK, but the only bummer is the DVB-H service is restricted to Oxford only after sucessful trials earlier this year or last year.
N92 was the phone that brought my attention to the N-Series. The fold-up design clam shell is very cool.
But I waited, and waited, AND WAITED. Then while waiting I read only some countries will support (or license) the tv function.
Then came N93 so guess what I did ;-)
Check www.smartphones-show.com for hands on reviews.
alright everybody, i being waiting for this phone for 1 year, and i think it is the only thing in this world that can make me do that. And now !!! i'm going to buy E70 instead of wait for another unknown period of time... sad... disappointed...
Guys i must say n92 and n93 has the best form factor the unique way of opening screen like laptop and this makes the best feature ever made by any brand. I own n93 and very much satisfied with this phone. N95 80 91 are just a simple sliding phones so boring.
This set has shown in Tom Cruse Movie
(Mission Impossible III)
then hows that possible this set is not avial in the market?
To Khalid, if I were you I'd personally opt for the Nokia N91 for now as we won't know if N92 is coming out just yet because of the TV features, you'll find it at a bargain price at some CEX shops if you live in the UK or on ebay. Great features, great camera but did not live up to its 2MP hype and excellent video recording, the style of the N90 is higher quality than the N92, both N92/93 got thier designs from the N90. But if you want more added features such as fm radio and better music player, go for the N92, 16 million colours compared to only 262k colours on N90.
i have a choice of buying either n91 or n92 and i cant make up my mind to decide between them i want to know what people think is the best betweenthose two.waiting for sum1s reply!
In reply to the fella below a few posts regarding the sale of the Nokia N92, Mr A Jogani I'd take that very lightly with a pinch of salt. If you look carefully the specs state it as a GSM phone when it is clearly a UMTS phone and the specs only cover the basics, not the main features, DVB-H TV and 16 Million colours. However, it's probably a US site so I'm most likely wrong and the guys who advertised it don't know anything about the N92.
in response to alex, tv is free to view but I'd imagine you'd need a seperate tv license as the operator will only charge you the record over airtime feature. Carphone warehouse have also confirmed its release soon depending on which of the 6 main operators, O2/T-mobile/Vodafone UK/Orange/3 UK/Virgin will take it on board at own discression. DVB-H was tried and tested in Oxford using the 7710 via the 02 network and proved a success. However I think the N95 will come out before this, but I plan to get both N92 and N95, I'm thinking of part exchaning my 9300i for the N92.
if you want to read the manual of the N92
anyone know what's it's operating system version? i think it's OS 9.1 like N93.
This phone is coming to the UK. Carphone warehouse have replied to me and confirmed that the Nokia N92 will officially be released Spring 2007 at select stores in Oxford and the London areas, when they'd estimate round April time, by that time the N92 will be obsolete and newer better models will have superior processing power and features. The N95 will not replace this as flagship, as the N95 lacks TV and doesn't have the 7710/9500 640 x 320 crisp clear display. I would still root for the N92 when it comes out here over the N95 although N95 is far more superior in terms of technology.