What i personally think is ;
The loudest phones of the 3 are
The clearest phone of the 3 are:
P.S these are all based on my personal experiences since ive had all these phones for a month and i done exclusive testing on them in terms of sound quality,since i myself love loud and clear music.The n-91 still takes the cake man ,its the best sound around,the N-95 has alot of features so i guess it compensates thae sound quality but u can still live with that kind of sound quality,its not BAD,its not GOOD either.
By the way, What is louder and clearer ?
I'm just asking because you have experience with these cell phones .
P.S: Where is the review ?
wooow...4700 opinions... great phone.. but it`s too big... i prefer e65 ...now i have e50 but i intend to buy an e65.. great design,performance and feature... for my age and my preferences...
hi guys, wow dis fon s amazing. light and the design is wonderful. i notice my my LCD screen left and right side is dat..its kinda OPEN..not totally close. u noe f theres an opening, debris can get in ryt? so if u guys have dis problem...can u guys post it here..or else ill RMA mine today. I jaz got it yesterday. so yea..please let me know..thank u..
Superb i m waiting 4 N 95. I m longing for this phone. Even my friend Lucky is also dying for this phone when it will launch....
To Al,My N95 slide also feels loose and it wobbles when it is open.Also hissing and crackling sound from loudspeaker.
I wish to buy N95 but i waiting gsm arena reviews and opinions. I am sure that soon they will publish their reviews. If gsmarena analysis the phone and says their feedback almost sure whether i have to buy or not
hey cellphone lover i have tested all those phones , i personally had the 3250 and the n-95,my friends have all the other phones.
Power Management in Nokia N95 basis A/M Nokia's Web Site:
Battery: Nokia Battery (BL-5F) 950mAH
Talk time: up to 160min (WCDMA), up to 280 min (GSM)*
Stand-by time: up to 215 hours (WCDMA), up to 215h (GSM)*
* Operation times may vary depending on radio access technology used, operator network configuration and usage.
I last posted on this board when my n95 first arrived. Now have had the n95 for exactly a week.
This really is a truly impressive, surprisingly light and extremely beautiful phone. The last Nokia smartphone I had was the lamentable 3230, and after that experience I was hesitating with Symbian OS, but the n95 is lightning fast and Nokia have really impressed me with personalisation (plus, Orange have scrapped of their appalling Homescreen.app).
CAMERA - I don't know much about photography, but I have a 5MP Digital camera and its quality is noticeably better than the 5MP n95, however the phone comes very close in outdoor shots. Indoors, the flash distorts the image too much and without the flash it looks a bit grainy.
GPS - as has been noted already, the GPS takes a while to find the satellites, but once it gets a lock on, it's very impressive. The phone automatically downloads the relevant section of the world map when you search for a place - make sure you are using WLAN for this or you'll pay network charges! You only need to purchase "navigation" if you want voice commands - written instructions and tracking are built in.
GENERAL POINTS - yes, the slider is too loose, and often opens as I take the phone out of my pocket, but I can live with that! THe speaker is very loud and clear, although the quality of sound during calls is disturbed by a very slight hiss.
BATTERY LIFE IS TERRIBLE!!! In the first few days the phone could not even last 18 hours, although I barely left it alone in this time. However, even now that I am more able to resist the temptation to play, it only manages a day and a half of normal use. Effectively, this means it will need to be charged every night.
But don't let the negatives get you down. I don't mind charging a phone every night if it does so much, and it *almost* means I can sell my mp3 player and digital camera!
Hi to all n95 owners I have owned my n95 for 3 weeks already and I have been taking good care of it.Well the problem is that the sliding mechanism has a problem. It always slides up and down and its really irritating.Can anybody help me on how can I fix this problem
After reading ur comment i scrolled down to find meteors comment. ummm at no stage did he say that he owned a N95, he said he would most likely buy a N93, N93i or N95.
So maybe you should read the comments properly.
P.S if he has some other comment 6 pages in, i apologise i couldnt be bothered reading that far. But as far as i can see, he didnt ever say he owned a N95.
this shows that n91 has better quality than N95
Sonic experience – the centerpiece, where Sony Ericsson branded products are dominating. Regrettably, Nokia N95 puts up average sound quality, aimed at unsophisticated users.
to every on
THIS is what mobile-rewiew.com says:
The handset houses two stereo-speakers placed on either side of the casing. The volume they put up is slightly average, but in terms of sound quality they are far behind Nokia 6233, and don’t sound too loud, being a tad quieter than those on Nokia N73. Even though you may give it a go and use the phone as a pocketable juke box, it won’t make much sense, as with volume turned full blast you will surely notice sound distortions.
If I buy this phone in Australia do you think I can use the GPS feature in Indonesia? do they provide the map for Indonesia?
plz dont lie
u dont own a N95
u know what u want it but............
let me ask a question from u?
u have n95... ok as u say ....hmmmmm
the GPS is available in n95
tell me by which company it is designed and does it use google maps or not?
its a simple question honey............
hi meteor! thank you for a very constructive comments on N95.. I am too want to buy this, but due to some negative comments, I am having a second thought.. however, I will still give myself a chance to have it.. this end of the month, I will be definitely going to buy this one.. I want to see myself the N95.