Read this whole head to head review and find out for yourself which is the best sounding music device.
In overall facilities, Sony Ericsson W950i may have an edge. But when it comes to music and audio quality, it's clear as the sun, N91 beats SE Walkman's flagship phone!
I've had the phone only for a couple of hours and it's great so far. bought it from Nokia flagship store for $800USD with I year US warrantee. I went straight to the car show at the Javits center and took some pics. went home and viewed them on computer.....wow! much better than my N93. will use for about a week then post up a review.
N95 are already available most of the stores now in Saudi Arabia at SR3,750 but I am just wondering these stores are not displaying the actual unit but only its dummy. Is it because not officially or technically launched in Saudi Arabia yet? and the reason as well the price is too high?
this is what n95 is.....
check out camera still and also read musik review
@ 1249 $ it would be a foolish act to buy this phone
i think k800i still scores more than n95
@ n91 guy
HEY man i m not saying that n91 has bad quality......... i dont wanna quarrel
but honestly NOKIA products are far behind SONY ERICSSON and MOTOROLA in MUSIK
I think Aaron you have a point, phone with so much functionalities but poor battery. somehow it defeats the purpose of multipurpose phone, as if having a nice, well functional car but little amount of gasoline.
Nokia nowdays produce nonsense phone and be smart people...what is the use of smartphone when the battery life is poor(can we use smartphone without power).Nokia lack of idea and symbian OS is really s**k.To Nokia designers please use your head to design a phone not your hand.....
As far as i know and based on true and honest experience, my N91 has the best audio quality. Playback of music is such a pleasure to the ears whether i use an ordinary headset, my senheisser headphone or my stereo component (when my N91 is plugged in it.)
and also, most people who own N91 complain about the hanging problems, software issues and stuff like that (which can easily be overcome by just simple firmware upgrade), but none of them ever comment about N91 sound quality being bad.
And lastly, for the record, N91 is the only Nseries device which has a music chipset called LNA developed by Texas Instruments.
hello man have u got mad?????????
do u really think that n91 has best sound quality
ALAS i think u r losing your listening power
have u ever heard sound of motorola ROKR series
i think thats the quality
N91 sounds just average
dont mind if u have N91 but i will just say NOKIA was very better in 6233,6280,7270,7373
NONE of N-SERIES fone has best sound at market
motoe398 which was released 3 years earlier has far better sounding than N-series
@ to the guy asking about loudness
n93i i dont have any experience with that
n93 is average loudness wise
n95 scores very bad in loudness
n73 musik is loudest of all
but n73 me is crap really
i'll suggest u 2 go for n93 in NOKIA
every thing is good in n93 except cam and battery life
if u want to go for motorola go for ROKR e2
it is the loudest and produce best quality sound with its 3 stereo speakers nad its battery life in earphones is 19 hours and by akers is 10 hours
if u want 2 go 4 SE go for W300I
its lasts in earfones for 38 hours and with speakers for 6 hours .and quality is very better than 6233 (which is best in nokia)and loudness is equilant to n73
SAMSUNG they sounds bad e250 sounds average and i have very less experience with samsung
No you can use it just like a car ... download the map from wap and you can use it ,,, but its not working indoor places
made up my preorder today, really looking forward to the mailman who's bringing it the me in the end of april :) (living in Holland)
Personally I don't see any problems with the battery life, but I'm used to Nokia 3230...
what??!!! 1200$ are they crazy i just bought an i-mate JasJar instead and it's almost a laptop it got every great feature in the world (exept the camera) a 3.8 inch touch high res screen windows mobile 5.0 and every application you could imagine and the 180 degrees rotating screen full keyboard the greatest keyboard ever and there is nothing smarter than this baby a 520mhz intel processor 256mb rom stereo speakers it's a real UMPC so don't get crazy about nokias blingblings get real you can get the jasjar for half the price of the n95 it'll cost ya less than 600$
Why have Nokia put such a weak battery an rubbish flash on the N95 as people will have skinned there pockets out to get the N95 an £500 for this phone is a total rip off by Nokia ,an just hope they release a N95i without the Gprs maps an a better flash an battery ,i was going to get the N95 but i will be looking after my money for sure an keep my N73 an see if Sony Ericsson release the K900i a 5 megapixel one from them
Got the N95 yesterday, and I like it. Whoever said the sound is not loud enough was nuts. Its good. I am waiting on the 4gig micro sd to be released soon. Over all a very nice phone. Only issue is the keys. Wish it had a keyboard or at least touch screen.
These guys on mobileburn are loving the features, but the battery life is 'horrible'...
Pros: Amazing feature set, great camera, WiFi, good browser
Cons: Horrible standby battery life"
this phone is da BOMB!! The world should now realise how goood Nokia achewly are!!!!!!!!!!!
i just got the n95 and its really amazing
the sound is real life
I waited a fair while for this, taking advantage of the Phones 4U 28 day exchange policy and continuing to use my treo 650 until launch. Despite P4U's initially dreadful service I finally got one on the weekend. First impressions are that the unit is a tad fragile, but then I'm comparing it to my Treo which is built like a tank. I'm pretty impressed by the camera (I'm a professional photographer and have never really bothered about this feature on 'phones) which is fine for party pictures, and the radio is better than the one on my ipod. The slider doesn't really look like its going to last, but we'll wait and see. The navigation isn't bad having come from a decade of using a palm in one form or another, though the operating system seems a bit flakey. I've had it die on me completely until I hooked it up to charge (and showed that it was full about 20 seconds later, so it hadn't gone flat) and it reboots constantly when coming out of applications like web browsing and sat nav. When I first tried the web on my wireless network I was dead impressed with how quickly it loaded the first page. Unfortunately I've never got beyond the first page of any site as it just seems to hang for an eternity. The sat nav sounds cool - though it takes a good few minutes to orientate itself, and seems to just zoom in on a patch of unmapped terrain unless you are connected to the network. If I'm honest, I'd have preferred a wireless treo with palm OS, but seeing as no-one wants to sell that product in the UK I guess this was the next best thing (mac user and and I really don't want anything to do with m'soft if I can help it). They are going on e-bay for a pretty penny - I did consider just listing it and making about £400 profit, but where's the fun in that! ;-)