ndud, 19 Apr 2009can anybody tell me wad r disadvntges of n95 8gb ? thxwell, i can think of only one...loosy slider and some would say non-expandable memory, that is if you need more than 8gb lol....that's about it. Regards!
Very few people think that N95 8GB is better than N82. And most of them based their judgment on the indexing thinking N9x is always better than the rest. Search the internet forums and you'll see how many former N95 users have shifted to N82 and pass on the N95 8GB. They could've bought N95 8GB but decided not since they knew N82 is still better than it. The Xenon flash, much faster shutter speed, better sound quality and convenience of 3.5mm jack and GPS radio at the top are so much more worth it than a 2.8" QVGA screen and extra few keys.
Aaron, 19 Apr 2009I've already narrated the pros and cons of both N82 and N95 8GB. It was during the prehistoric... moreTo every N9x, There is a N8x to follow.
Flagship remains flagship.
I would rather go for the N9x phones since they are the full on experience.
Does anyone know how to download or copy all SMS/TEXT in-box from phone to PC or MAC? what software? where to download software.
Question, 19 Apr 2009N95 8gb don't have Card slot,IF the phone hang,n i want 2 format this phone. .the old memory i... moreJust 2 days ago, I formatted the mass memory :)
So, you just have to choose, as the message appears on the phone, "connect mass memory", or something like that.
Then you can, precisely, format the 8 GB, from Windows ;)
Flash lite? . .n95 8gb coming with flash lite 2. .but. . What the flash lite?. .
N95 8gb don't have Card slot,IF the phone hang,n i want 2 format this phone. .the old memory in phone like songs n video will be delete or not? As another nset,if i want 2 format,just memory phone will be delete n not in memory card. .
uh huh, so what if it's a mid-high end phone?
no matter what u say bout N82, such as saying how the price is lower, bla bla bla..N95 8GB is still better, we're only talking bout the features here right?
yea that's right, N96 is better than N85, so? of coz by not much, if it's by a lot, who would want to get N85? it's all in Nokia's marketing strategy~
if u want a real flagship N series device, get N95 8GB, if you're not a die hard fan of a powerful beast phone, then get the rest like N79 N85 N82 or N78 perhaps? lol
I always think. why people always compare their phone with other phone? for me, if we already buy the phone, we must like it! coz, the phone we choice not other people choice,technology in the future always more than tday.so,don't be jelous wth fture phone
ndud, 19 Apr 2009oke .it would be nice jst at nite . how about the battery life ? .i hear that n95 8gb has a s... moreactually battery life depends on what u used dude,. .if u always used all application at same time,i'm sure ur battery life very short..if u wanna save ur battery,plz decrease ur screen brightness..i guarantee ur battery have a long life :)
endlessz, 19 Apr 2009@ Aaron Is the pro of N82 only the xenon flash? that's it? what else does it have that N95... moreI've already narrated the pros and cons of both N82 and N95 8GB. It was during the prehistoric era that the flagship handset was better than the it's midrange counterpart. Today, the only clear advantage that a flagship device has over it's midrange and entry-level counterparts is it's stunning looks and design. N96 is the flagship while N85 is its midrange counterpart. Between the two, which do you think is better? N85 does everything that N96 does except of course for the DVB-H, and N85 does them better. N95 8GB is the flagship while N82 is the midrange. They share exactly the same feature sets. The N95 8GB however displays larger pictures though with the same resolution, plays games in landscape mode but it cannot take pictures brightly even in complete darkness. So the gap between an N9x and N8x device is not too wide. And for the record, N8x devices aren't necessarily midrange devices. N7x are. N8x device are mid-to-high end devices. They are the ones that inherit the high-end features of the flagship devices, improves even make them better, to be later distributed to midrange devices. N97 is the next flagship device. However, it's midrange counterpart is not yet released. No it's not the 5800. Nokia is currently on the process of developing a device that runs on S60 5th Edition FP1. And that probably will be the next N8x after N86.