This phone is awesome. I dont know why anyone would not like it. It is the king and with the features it is still suprisingly small. Nothing on the market can compete with this. All hail Nokia N95.
Will Nokia N95 work in U.S.A. networks? I live in Bangladesh and I bought it from here. Despite some problems which are evitable, all functions of this phone are working excellent. But my major concern is whether this phone is usable in U.S.A. or not. Please give me the answer to my question with 100% surety.
When I tried navigating it asked me for £47 pounds does that mean while I have to use the GPRS I also have to pay more money.
munna check your format or even try transfering music usin the software with the phone
how can i play .avi files (video files) in dis phone
To the previous comment, actually the n73 has only a LED flash just like the n95. Only phones with xenon flash are Sony k800 and k810. Just thought you should know...
I have this mobile for two weeks, and I could tell that is super phone. I am exploring it, and according to me the newest feature is the wi-fi browsing which is great. The only thing that is bad is one dead pixel on my screen :(. I bought it from T-Mobile, and they gave me warranty from the official Nokia dealer in my country, but they do not like to exchange my mobile cause there is really a small dead pixel in the middle of the upper side of the phone screen. They said that in a month they will have spare parts and that they could exchange the screen. So, people, give me advice, should I change the screen or leave it this way. E-mail mail me...
I just ordered my n95. I can't wait to get it! i'm considering the £40 gps upgrade to give full sat nav and voice directions etc. But, will i have to pay every time i use the service on-top of the one-off charge? If so, how much will it cost?
Please let me know, cheers.
I love my N95, it's pretty awesome. Everyone whinges about the battery life but I don't think it's so bad, my battery lasted 3 days and I used my phone a fair amount for calls & messaging, also used the internet for a little while, listened to music, took some pics. Considering it only takes about an hour to charge from empty, its not that big a deal.
However... I've had one issue. According to my phone, I still have 114MB of internal memory left, but I'm getting a pop-up message telling me that there is insufficient memory for me to receive SMS messages.... why would that be?
Also, I am with Optus Pre-Paid (I'm terrible with plans) and I went on the net on my phone the other day to look up a phone number on the whitepages website, I looked up 2 names on the whitepages site and looked up a location on "whereis" which wasn't displayed anyway, and it cost me around $50 in data charges. I used to use the internet heaps on my 6111 and never cost anywhere near that much, I guess that the N95 just shows a lot more graphics and such which really bring up data costs...
elo guys...i jaz wanna know wut is the really speed of this PHONE. Cause mine says 203MHz...and i heard sum1 said its 333MHz...plz help..
I have a Nokia N95.
How can I use Korean language(input and read) on symbian S60 3rd edition?
Which software do I have to buy or download?
This comment is in regard to the one right below me... BUDDY, obviously you have never seen touched, owned, or even been near a real Nokia N95. OR YOU WOULD KNOW that there is not even the slightest comparison between N93 pics and N95...Trust me I've had both! N95 truly does take nice pictures. I tokk mine to Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) for vacation and the pics are really, really good. AND ONE MORE THING!!!!
For all of you who are having such severe problems with your N95 it is almost guaranteed caused because you got a CHEAP N95 made in CHINA!!?? NOT the ORIGINAL made in FINLAND!! TOO BAD
i prefer n93i than this unit. the quality of the pictures from this camera of 5mp doesn't really differ from 3mp cameras. the map, you still have to logged on to gprs before you can use and the software itself is not free.
It doesn't cost anything to use the smart2go mapping service on your Nokia N95 mobile but you will have to pay a subscription fee if you want the turn by turn voice instructions.
I guess there is no such thing as a free lunch!
Let the N95 become history and hope that Nokia learn by their mistakes and bring out a mobile phone that is bug free and as well as or better featured, with an increased battery time of course.
Dont by this if want to use SAT NAV i work for vodafone and when people find out how much it will cost the phone is sent straight back.