After reading positive reviews and user opinions I bought one yesterday.What can I say?nice phone but it feels cheap almost s.e. like!and it just rebooted itself.Why can't nokia make a phone that can handle heavy mutitasking?grr certainly isn't a mini pc.The moral of the story is don't believe the n95 is more than it is-a phone with some advanced features
This phone would have been way better if it were a bar phone instead of the sliding mechanism,but its still good,it isnt big at all and its packed with features,but i still deny that its a "multimedia computer" as nokia calls it.
Yeah people at the moment this is the best mobile phone available ,but im sure Nokia has something better up its sleeve so just watch out.
Yeah, stop complaining if you like other mobiles better. Then just buy something else! This is still on of the best mobiles, if you like it or not!!!!
Just got my phone, it blows away anything else I have ever had. Check out http://www.n95users.com for a good resource if your getting one...
than dont buy the nokia n95 if it doesnt meet your expectations, its that simple. so quit complaining and buy something that does meet your expectations.
Great phone! £24 quid for journey? Its because you have to install the maps for free!!! It will cost you if you dont install the maps and then it will search for maps as you go via GPRS! DERRRRRRRRRR!
whoeva posted this crap 'our worlds not perfect so be happy with what you have as their are others not so fortunate to be able to afford this phone!!!'. this phone can be considered a luxury n i worked my a** to get it. those who r not able to afford it can go for something different. i had a d600 and at the time it was a perfect phone with minimal issue. when u get a phone that cost so much u expect it to have much less issues!
A nice phone,with a very good camera,but with some errors in symbian
i hear some ppl say N-series so easy heng..the memory card hv some problem!!always want to change the memory card!!so sien..dun hv so much money go to change a memory card..
Navicore on my Nokia is also free to use... I think that the maps and GPS on N95 also are free, if you don't use voice-navigation???
the phones a flop how slow we live in a world of live fast
fast cars fast food fast girls
ps you get a memmory card and a car charger free with vodafone
i have got one and it cost me £24 to youse the gprs to direct me from stoke on trent to manchester (54miles) tom tom is free
my old phone is the k800i with 3.2 mp camra loads beter than 5mp on the n95
i think the phone is a good idea, but with all nokia's with lots of features is it going to crash or have they finally solved the n saries software problems. wat do you all think?
900+ dollars, and i'm reading a lot of complaints.. sorry nokia, i'm not falling for this one..
just got the nokia n95 and its a beautiful nice phone with lots of bells and whistles, you people that are talking negative about the phone are just to darn picky, so quit complaining this is about as perfect as it gets, even if there was a perfect phone you all that are griping would still find something to complain about! our worlds not perfect so be happy with what you have as their are others not so fortunate to be able to afford this phone!!!
i just wanna know does dis phone support flash player to watch videos at youtube.com ?
Just wanted to let you know about the Nokia N95 Sat Nav function.
The software that is preloaded uses both GPS (that is free) and GPRS (that has Data charges). The software uses GPS to position itself and then downloads the Maps (using GPRS) on the route you are following.
I guess there is a real danger that customers on other Networks that use the function - but don't have a data package on there account, will be charged heavily and not aware of this!!