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.
What can you say... I think I have to spend almost 700 euros on this mobile. A lot of money - yes, but... ;)
I agree.There is always some gaps and creaks and scars of use after very short time.
Nokia phones are with so low quality materials and workmanship that it is unbelievable.
wise decision.Hope y cud wait.
Because wen it comes to a 5 MPIX camera there must have been a xenon flash feature.As a 5 Mpix camera can take outstandin pictures an LED flash could nothing but bring pain to shoot in low or semi low light condition.
I am really afraid if nokia buyer buy an n95 today and tomorrow nokia announce a N95i wid xenon flash, sucks.
Still too difficult to surf into the internet because it has no touchscreen and QWENTY keyboard. Despite 5megapixel camera, picture quality still poor because of using a standard and cheap LED flash. NOKIA should have used Xenon flash in this unit. I'll just wait for the next N-series with touchscreen and xenon flash.
I think the GPS should work anywhere in the world, not just the US - surely that's the point?
well, i think it might be great in some europe country as in most asia country a lot of function like 3G, GPS, and video streaming is not very popular here...
Im from the phils and wanting to buy this phone as a gift for myself.i have not seen the actual phone but it seems worth buying and keeping for long time unlike my previous nokia phones. i wanted a gadget that fits me and that is the combination of a computer with wifi connectivity coz im always in the field,entertainment for video and video recording as wells as digicam like features for documentation,organizer for my report and of course a way of communication for text and call. Now my querry is, thus N95 all have what i want?
lethal_1.It wont take 12 long months to put nokia on its back of profit.May be 2 months, price will drop.
will be available in malaysia next week. got a friend at the nokia priority dealer...surprisingly he said that nokia n95 will only cost around RM 2888 or approximately 550 euro. I'd say its not too overpriced...... but just keep wondering y does the n93i cost more?
I don't actually have this N95, but personally, I Like It.!
But just like anything *New* that comes along, there WILL be problems.! - Just like Cars, the 1st run "Always" have *Glitches*.! - Same goes for ANY 1st run Mobile-Phones.! - Expect a few *HicCups*, if U can handle them in the meantime & allow for it, you'll know what to expect, then when the 1st service-pack or update comes along, get it, & all should be better after that.!
The price I'm not happy about.? - Again, with anything *New*, expect to pay for that technology until Nokia break profit & the price will drop, but probably not for aprox. 12-months.? - Until something "newer" comes along, the price will stay fairly high for the time being.!
Other than that, it's probably everything I wanted in 1 mobile-phone, especially the GPS.! - Seems a bit bulky, but then again, it has alot of features.! - If I could afford it, I'd probably Buy-It.!
- Nice One Nokia, & Good Luck On Yer Sales.! - Cheer's.!