I think theres more than this than meet the press realease...
U see theres...
New N81 and N81 8GB with virtually same hardware execpt a memory slot and 8 GB memory...
and than theres the new
N95 8GB but different hardware in 2.8 inch LCD bigger capacity battery and 8GB memory.
Makes me wonder if there is a missing updated original N95 with bigger LCD, batt. n a memory slot in pipeline... Hmmm.
But good job Nokia.
everything in n95 8gb is fine. even without memory slot, lens cover, its ok. Now only remain the battery.......please, not again to disappointed us....we are suffer enough with the battery
I think that if u are a first time nokia buyer his is the one to buy.
hello ppl please help..i saw an add on ebay for this phone for 300 dollars!! I just wanted to know if this phone is actually out? or is this guy on ebay trying to scam me? pls reply!
I have N95 and it is very good phone, only battery is bad. But what I can see in N95 8gb that nokia is trying to go arround the problem by taking other goods things off the phone. Memory card is must have for every device that is not in 8gb version!!!
Please, can anyone tell me how quality the N99 is, ''Made in China''. The shape is just like the yet to come out N97 with 20GB. From all indication the N99 with 16GB should be expected in the market in early 2008. The shape is just like an ORGANISER.
I want to buy this N99 made in Chine, because it uses 2 sim cards. Adice will be welcome. Writing from Nigeria.Thanks.
but battery life is not so good + camera takes 6 sec just to on
bigger screen , better battery , looks better , why bother with the silver model
i have N73 and i think that phone is good, plus that's my first N series mobile. N73 priority most of its function compare with k800 and 810. but some say the camera quality is even better then ori n95. i glad to hear and hope so but doubt on that. can any 1 explain why say so?
Unfortunately, while I cant deny the functionality of the mighty QWERTY (I myself have an E61i), the fusion of multimedia and business has so far created pretty bulky phones. Maybe down the line the situation will improve and they will become slimmer but for now we're stuck with bricks in the pocket if we want both.
In answer to your question, I dont know how the CPU situation works exactly, but I can confirm that its not 2 processors at that clock speed. Memory was upgraded but the processor has pretty much remained the same (anyone have any further information on this?)
n73 rocks and i tell u one thing n95 is 24 percent better than n73.
2.vga video with 30fps
3.Built-in GPS navigation
4.0.5 hour more talk time
5.330 mhz cpu
6.128 mb sd ram
7. 5 mega pixel camera (but not so good as n73)
8. 2.6 inchs TFT, 16M colors
9. a2dp support (n73 supports a2dp but in new firmware only)
10.Symbian OS 9.2, S60 rel. 3.1
13.3.5 mm audio output jack
14.Dual slide design
15.EDGE Class 32, 296 kbps; DTM Class 11, 177 kbps
what do u think?
its a big differnce or small?????????
Cymbalrocks, let me rock the cymbal a little. I do not agree with your sharp distinction between personalities that use either E or N series, although it seems as if Nokia agree with you. I believe that there is a continuum of personalities. In other words there are many who are middle-of-the-road users: they text alot but want Nseries functionality. Reporters would be an example. An N series with a slideout QWERTY would be a compact solution. If one looks at the Samsung F700, HTC TyTN II they are not ugly phones and with today's technology the weight could be kept reasonable. In Britain many text alot and if the design is OK people will give it a chance. Furthermore QWERTY allows you to type in your vernacular. It is a far better solution for a high-end multimedia device (phone)...changing the subject; does anybody have any answer to my CPU question below? TAK what do you think??
i wonder if the price of N95 will drop after this on come out..lol
well...this is a very nice phone...
when i checked the N95 i found 2 downsides for it.
1) battery life of 5 hours.
2) no touchscreen
but with this new 8GB edition they changed the battery model and it lasts for 6 hours now.. which is a little bit bitter.
i'm waiting for it to come out in the market to buy it :-)
N series will probably never have a qwerty. N versus E is simply a question of multimedia versus business. Trying to make a hybrid with both, which several companies have done, results in a huge, heavy, ugly looking phone. You can pretty much stereotype the typical E versus N class user. I've seen the E class used only by select business professionals (who are usually too swamped to give anyone the time of day) or by geeks (such as my self I suppose :P). On the N class front, its usually a more upbeat crowd and again, select business professionals who normally dont seem nearly as swamped.
I have an E61i, really like the qwerty but I dont really get much mileage out of it, max 5 sms a day, and there really isnt a lot of typing for me in the browser window. So considering getting this one instead so I can bundle a decent camera/camcorder/mp3 player (segments where the E61i severely lacks) in a smaller, lighter package.
Posted by Aris:
From those from Netherlands, I found a N95 8GB listed on Marktplaats - http://gsm-telecom.marktplaats...-editie.html
I just contacted it, I wait his reply. I hope that 650 euro is the final price.
Dude the image is definitely N95 but NOT 8GB Black series. If you will take a look closer, the buttons lay-out are thesame with old N95. please don't be misled by the picture itself. The finishing black texture is matte and not glossy! The price here in Philippines, based of the market trend will probably reach Php 45,000 or $ 900.00