Hi I am on phone no 8 ALL the REST have been changed thats in the last 2 months. Looks like I will have to go for No 9 as the battery is not holding any charge. Only getting 1hr - 1 1/4 hrs total talk time and I an not using any of their Suberb Features.
If only Nokia could sort their softwear out it would be a VERY VERY GOOD Phone.
the N95 is really nice, but I'd stay keep your N73, because it is just as good.
this phone is quite good, but it is so over rated, by the K800 and a tom-tom, cause it will probably be better, and cheaper. I mean it has got GPRS, but it dosn't always work. Its good, but there is certainly better
Cant get to play music or tune stations from the handsfree earpieces keys, i have to remove phone from pocket to tune or skip music. Kindly help. Andrew
you guys are doing a great job out their must expecially the nokia Nseries iuse the phone and it beyond wat i tought,keep it up.
Has anyone ever compared the music quality of the N91 8G with the N95 or N95 8G?
the music quality of the N91 8G is fantastic and i want to know by upgrading to N95 8g, whether i will still have the great music quality or not.
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looks ugly only this phone has good features
i wonder why people dont buy laptop instead of these kind of phones not everyone need to use all features,
i think that n95 is no1 with 16m colours and everything but the battery life is poor tell me pls if someone knows better battery for n95 or maybe a web site for more symbian stuff
My 4Gb card didn't seem to speed my phone up, although I know that others have found that. Data transers on the other hand are faster than with the Nokia 1GB card that came with the phone.
The 6GB is much faster than the 4GB as it is Class 4, not Class 2. I don't know whether that would improve the speed of the phone.
I got mine from Ebay, it cost around $60US in July - they are cheaper now. That said the 6GB are only slightly more expensive, so theres really no reason to buy a 4GB card anymore.
No, I didn't need anything else for the phone to accept the card. Just put the card in the phone, all go.
where do i buy the n95-3 (nam)
seems a better option than the european n95-1
anyone in the uk ever used cti miami at all? are they any good?
hello my fellow friend, it seems to be you all didnt notice my comment, I JUST SAID, THE REGULAR N95 ABLE TO FIT BL-6F....
why all n95 user still moan about the battery? maybe BL-6F give us a big surprise
i just bought noia n958 gb . i great phone . all specifications are suberb .
it got high quality picture .obivous 5mp camera. but its battery backup is low i just played 5 songs at time . kindly mal your suggestio plzzz.
the nokia n95 can take memory cards up to 32 gb but now the biggest card is 6 gb we have to wait :D
this is an excellent phone with lots of features ,i only worry about the slider functionality either it may spoil quickly other than that every thing is perfect .coming to the battery is quite ok it gives a talk time of around 4.5 hours and a stand by time of 187hours if and only if the phone is just switched on and left ,i tried this using a newly bought sim card.
nokia n95 is a multimedia phone you can use it as of your own choice .you can install and download various applications of your choice ,as there are various features and applications you need not use the navigation key multiple times ,you can use the dial pad to access diferent applications easily and quickly.the signal strength is good enough where ever i stay either in a tunnel or on the sea bay.you can read your office documents using the quick office software,
So I had my N95 for exactly 4 days.
It went back to the repair center for a new battery, new charger, tightented contacts for charging terminals and a new camera.
My phone had a stand by time of less than 7 hrs, and so far the new batt/ charger/ contacts seems to be helping.
I complained about the camera being blurry and downright horrible. The techs looked at it, replaced the camera and said that it was fine.
Looking at the pictures from gsmarena's review, I said absolutely no way it was normal. I didnt buy it. The folks at nokia said too bad, and sent me on their way.
I swear, 5mp not even close. My sony K790 with a 3.2MP cam takes photos that are 100X better.
I only got this phone because of the GPS feature. But i have a feeling i will be selling this phone soon.
Im thinking whether I should get a N95, N95 8GB, N81 8GB or N76. Camera doesnt matter to me. I see no practical use for a 5Mpix camera, so 2Mpix is more than enough for me. But I want that DVD-like quality video recording & TV out. Thats awesome. Music matters most for me. N95 has all of these but its software is kind of outdated already. Plus Im afraid of N95's loose slider. The N76 has better audio quality through the 3.5mm jack, faster processor, larger RAM, newer software & cheaper than N95 but doesn't have GPS, HSDPA, WiFi. Well, who needs GPS that takes ages to work? Huh? But N95 again has stereo speakers but not so impressive audio quality through 3.5mm jack. N95 8GB has everything, except the fastest processor, but it's too pricey. N81 8GB is just so cool. Its the perfect slider Ive seen. I think its perfect for music. I just hope that its sound through 3.5mm jack is the same as N91 cuz N91 has the best audio quality so far. But N81 8GB has no TV out, HSDPA. I dont care about GPS. I wont be needing that. N95 & N76 both support 4GB & 6GB microSDHC cards. N95 8GB & N81 8GB has already large built in memory. N76 has better sound than N95 at least through 3.5mm jack. N95 has more extra features than N76. They say N81 8GB has same audio quality as N91. But it's not yet out so nobody can really confirm. N95 8GB is just too ambitious. Im really torn. Which is which?