ah yes it does have dual memory slots or havnt you seen the side of the phone
ok look every one is selling there phone Nokia N95 for 1200usd and http://www.welectronics.com/ is selling for 1499usd that is call rip off and they do use the phone before selling but still compare the price they are rip off thats all
Buy a n95 if you don't mind paying £500 for a smartphone that reboots if put under any strain!
I'm in NZ and have been quoted $420USD from a dude. Think it could be a scam but he has great feedback on ebay and has emaild me photos.
Hey guys ,,some retails are taking pre-orders for N95 but the price is quite ridiculous(?).Two retailers have given me a price of $1585(NZ) and $1680(NZ) .They dont have it in stock but would get it if I pay in advance.Vodafone wont be getting it anytime soon I guess? What price have you been offered and in which country ?
have been reading opinions. dont know much about technical aspect of phones. Want this phone for the camera mainly but you guys keep mentioning "Xenon Flash". is that different to the flash that this phone currently has?
i dunno where to buy it from ....is it safe to buy it from these websites dat are posted in da n95 page ...please some one let me know
to the person who left the comment that welectronics.com comment, how do you know they use the phones before they sell them to people and rip them off? also can anyone who has actually bought the phone and has used every feature and option, do their best to please leave an honest review for those of us wanting to buy this phone, please!
dont buy your phones from http://www.welectronics.com they will rip you off they have messed up phone they use the phones first and then they sell it they use some phones and for couple of days and then they sell it watch out guys
it freezes all the time, oh how im disapointed with this phone, my gameboy loads quicker than this and it was made in 1980's! overpriced cam, not good enough nokia... everything is good in spec but just to darn slow at doin it, give it a pentium chip!
In response to the n73 freezing, I had the same problem until I updated the firmware and absolutely no more issues. The phone performs great.
its gonna be 500-600 us....i hope i can get one for my k800, w810i ans d820.... im guessing ill still have to add cash...
I am a non tech person, but I do realise that the lack of ram on a previous phone severely hindered performance. Would the limited ammount of ram on the n95 lead to similar outcome?
I think the n95 will frequently freeze just like the n73?? i'm planning 2 sell my n73 and buy another phone the n73 is crap afterall....
No, the phone does not have a dual memory slot. It is only one microSD upto 2GB capacity
I live in the UK, and you know, I'm just going to let it be known that the last Nokia phone I had was the 6230i.
I've had nearly every phone out there, whether an XDA, clamshell phone, flipphones, whatever. Currently, I've had the Sony Ericsson W810i for the last 18 months (I just haven't liked any of the other phones out there, and I've tried them all in mobile phone shops - They're all crap)
However, because I'm interested in the camera features of a phone, I decided to buy this. Now, if you're after the perfect phone, no phone is perfect - That's why there are so many models. I've had the W810i for so long because I like the look, feel, camera and Walkman features. But I can honestly say I don't regret getting this phone - I especially love the GPS, and to some who are whining about the camera? Grow up, it's much better than the 2MP one on the W810i.
If you're looking for a PDA with touchsreen, don't buy this. However, if you want to buy a phone that is the perfect cross between a normal mobile phone and a PDA, wth added features, upgraded camera etc, then this phone is for you. To me, I've finally found a phone I like after 18 months of waiting (Not to mention I've been waiting 3 years for a good Nokia phone that I'd be willing to buy after I sold the Nokia 6230i)