I have purchased one 95 8gb.It is really astounding esp in sound quality either via headphone or speakers but it restart from time to time. It's very vulnerable to virus.Further when disconnected from USB it operated at very low speed hanging for 5 minutes
Nokia N95 8GB is a good phone but not excellent. There isn't any phone on this earth can get the Excellency classification. (Always keep this in your mind guys)
In my opinion when you come to buy a good mobile please kindly consider the followed ten factors.
1- Nokia always comes as a number one phone in the world.
2- Buy always a phone which has been in the global market a respected time. Do not run ever for the latest, sweetest, most powerful, etc... Phones.
3- Loud speakers are always ideal.
4- Clear displayed Videos are mostly wanted.
5- Easy Internet navigation and e-mail search is vital.
6- Smooth Software Update process is essential.
7- A Phone with 5 Mega pixel camera at least is mandatory. Although it cannot be compared ever with 5 or even 7 mega pixel Digital ordinary cameras.
8- Large internal hard is a good point, although that the external extra cards are strongly welcomed.
9- GPS and Maps advantage are enjoyable, useful and likely, as we are living in 2009 not in 80's or 90'S and we have the right to get the all benefit from the GPS technology.
10- The price should be reasonable according to the presented technology and offered advantages.
Fortunately NOKIA N95 8GB has all the above positive advantages and has the bright future at least to the end of 2010, and how knows till when???!!!
Finally imagine how you will see NOKIA phone on Year 2020 and 2030 and till then you will be much astonished and surprised about the hidden technology for this phone. So please keep the Excellency classification till then.
Actually, the N85 has so much better sound quality via the headphones than N95 8GB. The N95 8GB is only better when it comes to speaker quality. Now, which is more important to you? Better sound quality via the headphones or via speakers? I think all of us play music via the headphones most of the time. We play music through the speakers only to show off.
sggs_mafia, 02 Feb 2009hi guys..
i am a engg.student and wondering to buy a n95 8gb phone by nokia ..so please, coul... morebuy it! great phone,gr8 memory.never had any problems before with it!
Ali, 02 Feb 2009wat r u talking about n96 is way beter than n95 8 gbHi! have you actually tried both units. As i've said before for n958gb: Better battery, runs smoother with more ram and quicker processor,has graphics chip....n96 is slower and apart from 16gb memory there is nothing better then n95 8gb. Regards!
i am a engg.student and wondering to buy a n95 8gb phone by nokia ..so please, could anyone of you suggest me what should i do..shall i go for it?pls do reply me..
The battery very lousy. Need to charge every day with 1-2 hrs talk in spite of 280 hrs stand-by & 6 hrs talk time. Hope Nokia provide additional battery for every new set. can mail me to check details on lousiness of N95 8G battery at email@example.com.
hey guys, I have a question here...
while the N95 8GB is a complete handset, can I watch YouTube videos on the net through both 3G and WiFi?.....I've been trying it with my N81 but I can't...some answers anyone?....
"SIMPLY THE BEST BETTER THAN ALL THE REST" is what i think about this Brilliant mobile by Nokia,theres been no mobile yet to impress me to upgrade from this mobile,the sound an video is Magic an its so simple to use,i tried the N85 but it was way below in the camera an sound function so i returned it,so hope Nokia soon release a phone just abit better than the N95 8gb or i will still stick by the Classy Mobile
Wow!, i hope this will depreciate in 75% of its original price in mid year 2009!!! Hope to see it in GH.
bluffmaster, 01 Feb 2009wat does "Dual ARM 11 332 MHz CPU" mean? does it have two 332MHz processor so does it mean the... morecorrection!, (and you are partly, right, but there is no double effect of the speed)
"while dual-core processing doesn’t double performance, it does offer a significant performance increase. It also lets manufacturers scale back clock rates, reduce heat generation, and lower power requirements.
The secret lies in how the two independent processors communicate with each other. To understand that, you need to know about the underlying systems in a pipeline, cache and CPU."