I had it for 2 weeks and then returned it..
Overall great... everything is fine and has many features but:
GPS sucks! (Very slow and very hard to maneuver..) also the no stylus and no Qwerty is challanging.. Think about it: Try to put an address like 5874 east 12th st with no qwerty or stylus,- on a slider (don't drop it!)
My opinion: great to play with,- but if you want to use it,- as a pda phone.- Forget it!
Does N95 Support up to 4GB? As SanDisk website reports that it is compatibility with its SanDisk microSDHC™ 4GB memory card. I wonder is it true?
it has dual stereo speakers and 3D so the speakers are one of the best of all nokia phones
It has every thing.
But the missing is 3D Stereo Speakers.
If it has the same, would be a great piece.
hey! i just bought this phone 2 days ago, so far so good, my only quiry is on how to use the map / gps...im from the philippines and it seems that my country is not on the list bohuuu...
this phone is amazing, its so light...compared to my x-N93. im loving this phone so much...
if u guys wants to download games themes and application go to
(im not happy with the battery though)
Nokias let a lot of people down who have bought the N95 the Battery is the worst i have ever had on a mobile an drains its self out so quick ,so whats the use of having all the features on a mobile when you can not test them out fully before your mobiles dead,hope they do some updates for the N95 to help solve this problem out
Nicole they are not taking back orders... they are only registering your interest for when the handset becomes available. NO confirmed delivery date from Nokia so it could be at any time.
You will receive a text message stating we now have stock so please call to order.
Ok so i work for carphone warehouse and pretty much know nearly everything bout phones, when i first heard of it i knew that the phone would be terrible.
However i bought one 3 days ago after playiung with it, and i must say its fantastic. My only problem is the same as everyone elses....the battery.
However if you turn the screen light down and don't constantly use all the features, the problem pretty much goes away.
The only slight glitch is the software, the first day it was a bit iffy, but now its sorted (touch wood). So yeah get the phone, but remember as with everything, there will always be faulty units but the more you sell, the more units become apparant, but look at the big picture!!!
Called O2 today and they are now taking back orders so u can put your name on a waiting list and it will be in stock in early May!! woo hoo!
uhm, i'll be getting this phone next week..
however, i've got one question..
does anyone know about what countries are available in its GPS?..
is the Philippines among the 100 included?..
thanks a lot!..
the mobil is nice but the batterie is not good for this fhone its a pity.
O2 is still currently out of stock of the Nokia N95 but you can place your interest by registering with the Retention/Upgrades team and they will contact you via SMS when stock available.
I have just bought one of these phones and was amazed at how easily accessable all the features on the phone are. With other phones I have owned in the past its taken me a while to get to know the phone and efficiently use it as well as I did with the previous one. But with the N95 all the accesibility problems seem to vanish, it's incredibly easy to use and I was blown away as I realised there are more and more features to this phone than it lets on. Some other cool features I found with this phone was the ability to download music off of your PC/Laptop and transfer it really easily and simply onto the phone using software provided; which you can then play back on the phone's built in MP3 player which works with headphones or through the phones speakers (which I was suprised to see were pretty loud considering!). The nicest thing about it is that you can transfer your favourite songs onto the phone, then use them as your ringtone or text alert. Other cool features is the amazing photo and video quality at an astounding 5 mega pixels which can be uploaded directly to the computer for editing or such like. But saying that, why edit on a computer when you can do it ON THE PHONE! Photo editing is simple and effective providing a range of options and techniques for making your pics look all shiny. Pictures can of course then be assigned to contacts or used as the phone's wallpaper. I won't go too much into it but the video quality is fantastic and really fluid even when played back, but wait there's more! This phone will even let you edit and string together movies and images in a sort of windows movie maker style program which I havent fully looked at yet (as I hardly have any video's on there yet (only bought the phone two days ago). Thats just to name a few of the many features on this stunning piece of technology. The only thing worth mentioning as everyone should know would be the battery life. It does run down fairly fast (it's not awful) but if you use it too much during the day by the time the evening comes about it will be running low, but saying that as soon as you plug it in to charge it's not long before the battery's back up again. Just remember to charge it whenever possible. The battery life is fair considering how much technology the phone handles, I'm still getting to grips with all the features and have already transfered a lot of my music onto it (good storage space too) and downloaded a few games. So if you do decide to buy the N95 think of it less as a phone with built in features and more as a mini PC with built in phone, and a decent one at that! Hope you found this information useful, have supplied my e-mail if anyone would like to ask me any questions -Tom
Please help - is there any way the SMS message alert can be set to repeat until the mesage is opened?
Orange user and others… please complain to Ofcom here:
Please note that Ofcom don’t handle individual complaints, they only do something when a substantial number of people have chimed in.
In this case the practice (of disabling Voip) appears to be at the very least anti-competitive (thereby anticonsumer and anti-alternative/cheaper/better technology) which, from what I can work out, is the sort of thing they are very interested in.
Come one, come all, even if you do manage to get your phone flashed - still complain otherwise we only have ourselves (and the network ) to blame should this happen the next time we purchase a handset.
can anyone from o2 tell me whan you expect to get more stock in? I keep hearing different dates, some say beginning of May, some are saying 16th May!?
This is really an excellent phone bcoz i ve seen it and even i'm working for telecom retail so i prefer this model and i do suggest this model to every one who interested in taking photos...Its very comfortable to everyone..... ALL THE BEST TO N95 and N95 USERS.....
The N95 is very good telephone full of features but has very bad battery life and firmware needs to be updated since the telephone is not functioning will all the time if you try to down load new application from the internet using the WiFi or Data Packet it might stop working using bluetooth will dry the battery in no time listning to music using bluetooth stereo headset (A2DP.