Has anyone tried putting a 4gb card or higher to see if it works with this phone. I am seriously considering buying this phone, but the 2gig max memory card is holding me back.
Right now I am using a P990i with a 8gb card.
a thousand of positive comments before it was out, and few thousands of negative ones after it is out...how ironic....
this phone's batt power is even lower than N73, if u see the specs.....a power packed tech toy nevertheless...but costing so much $$$ to buy now, i would rather buy a LCD TV or monitor....it's ridiculous how some ppl willing to fork out tht kind of $$$...
im trying to go on my wireless modem on my phone and "pre-shared key for wlan" keeps popping up...i put my password in but i still can't get on...does anyone know what im doing wrong?
Either I have one very faulty unit or this phone is simply not fit for purpose.The phone just rebooted AGAIN.Use GPS then surf the web for a little while and it just reboots.Along with the hissing coming from the speaker and the general plastic feel to the phone I can safely say I won't be buying nokia again.It's damn right unacceptable.
Bought 1 already, phone is good with all the function, however batt life is poor talktime is abt 160mins only dont belief check nokia website, i had to charge 2 times in the day, as i use most of the functions, imagine u lost somewhere trying to use the GPS and discover that u have no more batt power, it will just become a Block of nothing
no, mr dave i meant to say i read from this site, others as well, researched all over the internet about the nokia n80ie before i bought it and it was all positive review, some mixed but mostly positive and after i got the phone i didnt like it, so i returned it and bought this nokia n95 and its awesome, you people are just upset because its been the hype of the year and you guys jumped right out and bought it thinking it was going to perform miracles, and you guys find it doesnt so now your complaining.
what are the 2 buttons on either side of the d pad 4. secondly what is the button with the pencil on it 4
Maps can be downloaded using the MapLoader PC application on a memory card. This way one can avoid the GPRS traffic costs when using the Maps application on the N95 because they don't have to be downloaded all over again.
Thanks for letting me know, that's just plain stuipd on nokia's part, why on earth are they not enabling the speaker phone to be enabled at all times like a regular home phone. This is such a small thing which would make it so much more practical and I believe some models such as n80 or n73 do allow that , this phone costs a grand and doesn't , what a shame indeed
Im in a remote country and must wait a while for the phone to be released here. But regardless of all your negative comments, i think i shall go that route.
dude i dont think you know english then because u just gave urself away,u said that u heard lots of good reviews about the N-80 and when u bought it u dint like it so which means if there were "not so good" reviews then u wouldnt not have bought it,right?Similarly with the N95,ive got this phone for about 1 week and i spent day and night with it and im just letting people know what i think about the phone,obviously its upto them to decide if they want to buy it or not,negative reviews always prove what the phone is ,its better to know whats bad about a product rather than know whats good about it,because to sell a product it has to be good anyway.
how does that make sense its better to take negative feedback so people will know whats in store? wrong ive read plenty of peoples having completely opposite reviews of this phone that its absolutely the greatest to them so why tell someone upfront all negative things about it when let those people decide for themselves, its called to each his/her own opinion. and everyones entitled to their own opinion. you may tell someone the negatives you feel about the phone and they try it anyways and feel completely opposite, thats why i personally think your comment about telling the people the bad stuff upfront will ruin it, i heard all good things about the nokia n80ie from reviews, comments, then when i bought it, i didnt like it at all. so not everyone can go off of the comments, reviews, they have to truly try it out for themselves period
people its better to take negative feedback because people would know whats in store ,positive feeback is already there on this phone anyway.
thankyou jimjones for that positive comment about the nokia n95 unlike others negative comments, that say they dont like it well know one forced you to buy it-
Where would u rate this phone on a scale of one to ten,ten being the highest.id rate it at 7.
V...you should go down the o2 shop and have a play with a few others...and the orbit that you were on about...it's the only way you'll decide...don't wanna go thru the hassle of returning it and ending up with something worse!!
ill stay with it for a while,and maybe later give it to my sister and wait for another of nokias releases,yeah n ur right lyn i think 200 quid is the ideal price
You bought it?? Mine was free on contract..That's a lot of money for a phone...if i was you i'd sell it on eBay while it's still at a good price and make your money back..personally wouldn't pay more than 200 for it myself...
I just got this today, absoutely mind blowing phone, does not crash at all, very responsive, display is out of this world, music is excellent (although not as loud as a N91 but who cares). Its not supposed to compete against a dedicated music player, its made for people that want everything in one thing. Reminds me of the device in Gremins, but this actually works. Go fish SE and Samsung, u have some serious competition, and as for Apple: Steve u are light years behind!! This is the PS3 of the phone world I should know I have one of those too!!