hello guys! i wanna know if vresion 20 is available for ruropean version and if it is where could i get it? cheers
thank you very much im about buying n95 8gb after your advice thank you and God please calm my heart about the diff on payment lol
yeah i had this phone and i have a friend who own a n82.. when we compared the loudspeaker sound quality it beats the n82 in terms of loudness and quality.. better choose this one and also the screen size and quality matters.. better choose n95 8gb..
whats better this one or n82 im confused after i heard that n82 hasnt good sounds on mp3
many ppl say this phone ids bad and that its slow.i found this phone exelent and its rare then slow,its camera is supberb and great videos on it woth the big great screen.dont listen to ppl that cant aford it and lie about this wonderful phone,u can upload videos on youtube like u do on the pc.iphone sucks in front of this king of mobiles
Better get the N95 8gb.
Performance-wise, N95 8gb is better because it is equipped with 128mb memory twice than the classic one.
Although cards would have been ok. It's your choice.
The screen is obviously larger that is good for image viewing and video playing. Also, good to read and view text messages for larger font display.
And of course, Nokia phones are unbeatable in user-friendliness in terms of messaging and calling.
GPS is ready to use. You just need to connect to GPRS or WiFi to get GPS signal well.
I am using Asia maps and is very useful when you are in Metro Manila, Philippines.
I used WiFi a lot for Internet for yahoo and gmails, reading forums and stocks exchange, and making VOIP calls since I am currently in Japan.
Although not that useful, I enjoy games and ASR (Automatic Screen Rotation) with the accelerometer mechanism that is available in version 21 firmware.
I also enjoyed watching YouTube on the previous firmware version.
The OS (Symbian s60 v3) is one great possession for a smartphone since it is open to a huge world of symbian applications, as well as java apps.
Have this phone for nearly two months now and its great. The Pros and Cons mentioned in the above review, do more or less apply to every N95 8GB owner. But HEY, the features are great and the phone OS is quite stable after release update v20.0.016 of the Symbian OS.
I am a heavy user. WiFi is always ON and downloading video podcasts. Same time playing movies in background. Emails getting in. Sharing content on HOME MEDIA app which is inbuilt. But well, it pretty holds the load.
Nokia is up to the expectations. I do hope though, that touch screen start showing up on NSeries models.
Hi I am going to buy a phone tonight but don't know if the N95i is worth the extra money over the N95 the only real difference I can see is that The N95i or 8gb has 8gb of memory but I have an 8GB card I can put in the N95 is there anything else I should know that would tell me to get the 8GB over the standard N95
can someone tell me how gps works? should you have a subscription or something? thanks
well, i don't experience battery problems... except for calls... calls drain battery too much... even much more than the camera...
i make about 1 hr phone calls/day.. and my battery only lasts for only about 20-30hrs...
i haven't tried not making any calls
as i've said....
im wondering how do you use your phone guys...
i dont have any battery problems with my N95(8GB).. here's what i do..
30 mins phone calls/day..
about 100 text/day..
2 hours of playing MP3..
about 20-30 camera shots/day
10 mins of video recording/day..
about an hour/day of playing games..
my battery will go down on its 4th day upon charging it full..
so may be you got the "LEMON" one.. or haven't experience to have one..
im lucky =)
does ne1 knw how to use the push 2 talk function on this phone?? thanx
can someone tell me how gps works? should you have a subscription or something.
I received mine yesterday. What can i say? Its excellent. Fully loaded with features. Classy phone.
its simple.. because your firmware is outdated..
try to update it with version 20.. then you have it..