today 26/03/2007. Had a play with with a dummy version on display in a high street shop in UK. The one potential snag is the multi-media pad. Anyone with big fingers might struggle with it. Apart from that it is nice size and weight and looks better than in the pics.
Oh and why is it listed on this site as available (UK) when it is only available on pre-order in the Uk so far?
kenny, If you are going to refer different phones, I suggest you do your homework. The p525 is a much better phone than the p535. The p990i is the biggest bust from sony. And the tytn is unstable, not to mention the slide out qwerty keyboard is prone to malfunction.
to those that have been brave and fortunate enough to get this phone as soon as it hit the shelves, please post the bugs that you encounter with this phone. I dont want to spend a small fortune on something that doesnt work 100% of the time.
does anybody know if the memory card slot is a twin slot or not? ive heard rumours and the pics on nokia.com show a much bigger flap then my 6233 (nicest phone ever!)
i would love someone from nokia to tellme officially??? if they read this
Man this phone is high tech but it has some faults like no touch screen, no xenon flash and not a good battery life
i need a good review wen sum1 buys it so i kno if i should buy dis fone.
the best easy to use os is symbian
the best multimedia phones n80 n95
the best features nokia
the best phone in the world
better than iphone for alot of little details
p990 is good but not close to n95
the 3 best cellphones company in the world is nokia sonyericsson and htc
Li-Ion 950 mAh (BL-5F)...WARNING: low battery!!!
Charge every single day or plug it on while playing WiFi/GPS...what the...
yes it is everything, though there are some alternatives like TYTN,P990,P535, and some O2 devices.
can any one who buy it make for us a little review ,, but a fair one .. plz
u need to pay 4 maps nuthin. the maps u have there with license, u can just download from web
i have n95 for 3 months
its good to be me, im living in slovakia, eu
The GPS works anywhere in the world, if you have the right maps for it, turn by turn navigation is not free and you must pay Nokia to use it or buy maps from tomtom, navicore or other firms.
I suppose there is several map options beside the map that is pre-installed. Some are free and some commercial.