The screen is 2.6" on this one ans the 'US' version and 2.8" on the 8gb model.
I currently owned a nokia n95 for almost two months now and just luving it.I have used several mobiles but none that could compare to this baby right here,its pretty much good in all aspect.The camera,video recording,mp3,the nice display,tv out that allow me to watch movie that i download on t.v,gba emulator that i use alot when traveling on train.
got a question when I convert some movies in to rm files through winavi converter on 320x240 resolution,the realplayer in n95 does play the files but it stops for 2 seconds very 1-2 min through the hole movie.
does the n95 play rm video in a different requirment??or maybe there is something wrong with my converter(watched them on computer is fine).just trying to find a different converter to try again any sugestions guys????
Any help will be great ....THXXXX
I'm also in a dilemma between a SE W960 vs N95. I demoted the N95 about a month ago as only my 3rd or 4th choice, but the specs always makes me come back to it as a top choice. It's only $625 thru Amazon and seems to be the most versatile phone out there. I could care less of waiting on the 8GB because I may end up with an iPod Touch just for the Wifi. I'm still waiting on the annonuncment for that elusive Nokia N82 which has Xenon flash. Too many choices...
@ Finder How on earth can one compare the N95 ith the other 2 phones ? ? ? Try to get the GPS working on the other phones and you'll understand what I mean, or the video camera or tv out or hi-speed Wifi or or or . . . The other 2 cells are closer in features to my Grand-mother's 3310 then to the N95, and rightfully so, one should compare them to the 3310 :-)
hi can i ask how big is the screen in inchs.
hey people do u know the w960i its better lolz
Of course there is a big difference between the N95 and the less sophisticated N73 but there are obvious questions one must ask before purchasing either model. First of all do you need all the plethora of features of the N95? Will you actually regularly use them? Are you willing to accept that the quality will never be as good as standalone devices? The deaf GPS is a case in point. If the N73's features suits your needs then one should buy it. There is of course the consideration of cost. Some may actually need the features of the N95 but cannot afford it and thus have to grumpily settle for the N73! Incidentally you made a mistake in the specs: the N95 has only 64MB SDRAM. It is the N95 8GB that houses 128MB.
to all n95 lover.. my only advise is to love it more! ahihi.. we all know the video n picture quality is more like to a video of a movie and a picture that taken by a professional in a high standard camera.=)
we all know the price of the n95 is not that cheap. but hey its worth it! compare to the phone of SE k850 and w960. well also know that n95 can beat it single handedly vs the two latest phones of SE in ALL aspect expect for the batt i gues? ahihi.. but who cares. the batts good it can last 2 days anyways or 1 day if its over use.=)
by the way thanx to the one who post about nav4all.. it helps me alot.=)
n73 rocks and i tell u one thing n95 is 24 percent better than n73.
2.vga video with 30fps
3.Built-in GPS navigation
4.0.5 hour more talk time
5.330 mhz cpu
6.128 mb sd ram
7. 5 mega pixel camera (but not so good as n73)
8. 2.6 inchs TFT, 16M colors
9. a2dp support (n73 supports a2dp but in new firmware only)
10.Symbian OS 9.2, S60 rel. 3.1
13.3.5 mm audio output jack
14.Dual slide design
15.EDGE Class 32, 296 kbps; DTM Class 11, 177 kbps
what do u think?
its a big differnce or small?????????
I need to know if one can copy a text sms and then paste it let me know asap as i need this fearture for MXIT
i wonder how much this old n95's price will be since now there's the 8gb edition :( kinda regret of buying it cuz i jst bought it last week... :((
anyways..about the frozen stuffs, restarting by itself, bat life...i don't find it in my n95.. bat life cud stay to 2 days so far.. hvn't frozen yet, hvn't self restarted..and i hope it never will... simply love this phone overall.. now i'm hoping the price wudn't go down so far frm its price now.. :(
I love the n95 very much but I don't have the money so I was thinking n80. Is it a good idea?
The N95 should easily be the best mobile of 2007,i have had this mobile for ages now an found not one single problem with it at all except for the weak battery Nokia in the first place should not have put on a mobile with so many functions on it,the camera is brilliant an videos an music on it sound really loud an the other day got the G600 from Samsung an theres no chance of all that will challenge the N95 to win the best mobile,the speakers on the G600 are really low as theres only one,another thing i laughed at about the G600 theres only 4 ringtones available to set as a message ringtone so i bet this will really make the price of the G600 really come down very fast,i have put a Black fascia on my N95 an now a last Nokias releasing there new sets of mobiles in Black which mobile phones more attractive an elegant
I've been using all kinds of cellphone available in the market and have spent a lot of money on SE, Samsung and Nokia. But in the end, the overall performance of a Nokia unit makes me realize that owning one is a good investment. The resale price of a used Nokia is far better compared to a used SE or Samsung. In short, there are a lot of people in this world that prefer Nokia cellphones. I just recently acquired a Nokia N95 and it is outstanding. Its a good lifestyle phone since it has a good camera and video (30fps). If you want it to be a good business phone, then all you have to do is buy an upgrade of QuickOffice 4.5 so that you can edit or create word, excel and powerpointr documents. I also purchased the Nokia bluetooth keyboard so that I can work on my documents faster. Because of this I already gave up my O2. Although, the battery life is some what short bt definitely you can get through it within the day. Its really up to you on how you use your phone. If its for sms, calls and documents then no worries at all.
It must be said that Nokia are a little secretive about important technical info. Conversely WM devices freely and easily give the tech specs. Try finding out the type of GPS chipset by going to obvious sites such as nseries.com and forum.nokia.com and you will be bitterly disappointed. There are no details whatsoever. I am completely dumbfounded why Nokia placed such a deaf chipset in such a great phone. I just don't get it!...oh yes and guess what...they've decided to stay deaf! I understand Nokia are still using the same chipset in the new N95 8GB version!!!
I don’t think that gsmarena should make a review like the 5 mega pixel shootout (n95 vs. k850) when one of the phones firmware is a beta like in this review sony k850. they made the same mistake with n90 in a review it was a beta version and the sad that it take bad pictures but after the phone was available they made it again with the normal version and it takes good pictures --- ‘When I was writing the review about Nokia N90, I got seriously disappointed by its built-in camera. Everything just spoke in its favor: the optics with Carl Zeiss hallmark, the sensor with two megapixels, incl. previous experience with the 6630 and 6681 camera models. We all expected Nokia N90 to be one of the best photo mobiles ever. So imagine how great my disappointment was when I found out that auto-focusing takes three long seconds, pictures are often blurred and finally, text shots can be considered nothing else but a plain shame. To be honest, at first I tended to think that the fault was rather mine for all pictures advertised in Nokia N90 official presentation look brilliant.
Eventually, things found their places. By mistake, Nokia had provided us with a phone, whose camera was not the final one. So we were immediately given a new phone, whose tests left no doubts and made all editors in our office claim in one voice: "This camera is really good! http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_n90-review-45.php
It has mass market appeal,so does a bmw 316-does that make it the best car in the world?It's a case of different strokes for different folks.I certainly would not be satisfied with symbian's lower quality 3rd party software or indeed the n95's poor TI gps chipset,wi-fi antenna,330mhz cpu(good but still would struggle with wmv),numeric input,screen resolution etc etc.Lay off the best mobile in the world nonsense!