I am a great fan von Sony Ericsson and Nokia. However I was very dissapointed to see Nokia creating bad looking or too heavy (N93) cellphones. This is the exception. Almost perfect. Looks great, unbelievable specifications. For sure it will be the best Cellphone 2007, unless other manufacturer (SE) can make something better. (For the moment I do not think so). The official price 550 € (before taxes) seems fair.
i600 is nothing against this monster.. I'm worried only for the price and battery life with all these multimedia and conectivity..
Now will be really hard for SE(or any other) to makl e something like N95, competetive to it. But let see..
soo am frm mauritius n am interstd in n95...Cn any1 who ave zis phne snd me da pik of ze cam n da bak of n95...Ma email is email@example.com Thx am waiting
for me this N95 is more powerful than i600. i mean, not all people need a qwerty keyboard. actually, i think more sms fanatics like the usual type. but everyones entitled to their opinion!
The N95 in the U.K. will not be available till March O2 an Vodafone both have it on the web pages an Carphone Warehouse all say Phones coming soon,so we will have to wait for this little beauty to be released but i bet some other countries will release it before the U.K gets it
oh it just took my heart! its really very nice! but i am worried about the price! if it has such a quality ..............
''Their new N95, officially launched today at the Nokia Open Studio'' -www.nokia.com
Does the Nokia N95 Have a 3.5mm audio output jack for using normal headphones just like the n91???
One questin though! The GPS,will it work only through the internet (i mean the network operater ) for an extra payment.....or will it work like all the GPS devices (like TomTom for instance) regardles of sim,operator,etc.Thanks.
I wonder when Sony Ericsson will come out with a 5 megapixel camera to compete with Nokia N95...
I do not know who said this - "I am now certain that I have understood what Nokia are striving to achieve but it won't be easy. Nokia want to build a device that functions chiefly and excellently as a phone and secondarily as a multimedla device to a REASONABLE standard. One should not expect too much from the N95. It will never be as good as the specialized devices. Take the camera section. Yes 5MP is an improvement (over the N93; a great phone) but image quality will not compare to digital compact cameras such as Nikon Coolpix P1; Sony T30; Casio Exilim Z1000. All of which are 7MP or higher. Look, the N95 doesn't even have a xenon flash (its flash is the LED type and is not as good) which tells you that Nokia have to make compromises to keep the cost and size of the device down. I'll bet that if money was no object Nokia would build a far better device. Look at the camcording: 640*480(VGA) pixels at 30fps is a fine effort but it does not compare with Canon's HV10 very portable camcorder(1920*1080 pixels resolution). In conclusion I must state that multimedia mobile phones will never replace the specialized products, so nobody should delude themselves. What Nokia has achieved is a raising of standards and that is laudable. I will buy the N95 but I will use it as an adjunct (helper) to the specialized devices." but even though all of those items may do a better job i would like to see the day they can put all of that into a phone that is 99mm x 55mm x 21mm and i doubt that this those and a phone would fit in your pocket, the point of this phone is to do business or fill less pocket space and having the convinence of a music player,phone,internet and gps all in your pocket.
diz is a nice cellphone, id like to own it, but is it big or not, because if its like my Ericsson w810i, i might get it, if it isnt to expensive. im lookin for at least 400 around, but im hearing its like..900 over USD
TV out port on N95 is same thing sas on N93--> it is used to connect phone to Tv and u can watch pictures, videos etc.