Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Hi,
phonewise I want:
good for internet browsing,
good sturdy phone that will take the odd knock,
multi-media not so important (use i-pod for tunes),
Generally I like my phone to do everything well, but not concerned by getting latest thing on the street. Instability, locking up and shutting down does frustrate me.
My phone history is 6310i, K7501, K800i.
I tried the samsung omnia last weekend, hated it and it kept locking up so I took it back within 24hrs.....
wbm68, 01 Sep 2008Hi, thinking of either the N95 or E66 as an upgrade to my K800i. On my 4th K800i inside 14m... moreWat are the 7 main thins you cnt do without in a phone?.....then we'll be able 2 help....
thinking of either the N95 or E66 as an upgrade to my K800i.
On my 4th K800i inside 14mths so going to try Nokia for a change.
Any suggestions will be gratefully received.....
N78 is a great buy now at P13,900. The reason why its price gets so low is because of low in demand. Once its demand gets high, price also will get high. That's why price is not stable. It will either go up or down depending on the demand. N82's is stable at P18,100 because the demand is the same every week and never goes down. I hope I made it clear. Market policy in cellphone shops, a 2nd hand unit should cost one half the price of the current price of the phone model. For example, a 2nd hand N82 should cost a maximum of P9,050. But if I were you, I'd buy the N78. It's so much affordable this week. Next week, price of N78 might goes up again when more people buy it this week.
Anonymous, 01 Sep 2008In the Philippines, price of N78 has already drops down to P13,900 this week. It's the most af... morewait dude, where did you get those prices? last time i check from the nokia store in trinoma, N95 8g is around 31k. I hope that these are from an authorized dealer.
Morteza, 28 Aug 2008hey guys.when i was updating my firmware from 15.0.015 to 20.0.016 after downloading 78mb of 1... more
1st of all, where are u from?
i had the same problem 2.
its because of the phone's region.
if u are from europe, especially from UK, then u will never be able to update your phone unless ur carrier lets u.
i went to Nokia to change the mainboard. i asked them to be region 2 (Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, etc)
Region 1 are blocked form the carrier
Region 2 are free to update the phone whenever Nokia releases an update.
So if u are Region 1 (West Europe), like i said, u will never be able to update your phone untill the "update" its checked and aproved by the carrier... that means almost NEVER...
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2008n82 is the worst nseries phone? are u serious or are u jealous with n82 users? for your info, ... moreIn short:
Dude, you're so wrong :D !!! Especially on the discontinuity of it :D !
In the Philippines, price of N78 has already drops down to P13,900 this week. It's the most affordable Nseries as of today. N81 8GB is still P16,300 and N81 is P14,000. While the price of N82 is stable at P18,100, N95 is P19,400 and N95 8GB is P25,300. To those who will buy one of these phones in the Philippines, be guided by the current pricing.
i don't think this phone's price will ever come down as n95 8gb is already phasing out because nokia has discontinued its production of all n95 series to give way to the new batch of nseries phones. i just liked it since the first time it was announced. i dreamt of having this iconic mobile phone.
I think this phone and n82 are equally poor in style and form factors. The expected n79 and n85 seems far better than these 2.
this is one of the best phones ever made kill the i phone aaaaaahhh this phone has it all
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2008WTF is wrong with my keyboard. N95 4 8gb is the US 3G version only $519.00 on amazon.bought it yesterday @519 from amazon.
can the language be changed by the menu options on an unlocked one or it is still need to use some kind of software to do it no matter if it's unlocked?