tommyM, 31 May 2010I still think this is the best phone to have. I've had mine 1 year, and yes, I do keep looking... moreJust to clarify my post of a few minutes ago: I meant that the HANDSET (not the headset) sound was great - I mean the thing you put up to your ear. PS> It also has output to your TV, a decent calendar, the internet experience can't compare to an iphone, but then again, an iphone can't compare to a laptop! It's also a barcode reader, a dictionary, a bible, and if you like games (not my thing) that too. You can get software to make the letters larger, if you're old like me, but it only works in some programs. And if you get one, you gotta check out Vlingo voice recognition software - you talk in your messages, and it gets REALLY close when it types em up. One click, and they're sent!
I still think this is the best phone to have. I've had mine 1 year, and yes, I do keep looking at iPhones as they ramp up with more features each release. But this Nokia sounds better in the headset, the speakers are awesome, the design is businesslike and sensible, it's very customizable, the videos look good. GPS works, for the most part, I bought ProfiMail for push emails, and it works great. I actually tried to upgrade last week with a Samsung Impression (AT&T, NYC) but I took that back to the store the next day. The Nokia sounds clearer on calls, and is more comfortable to hold. A bit thicker, but much smaller and lighter. It took a long time for Nokia to develop and hone this model (it's the 4th version they released) and I think they got it really about as right as a phone could be designed. Note: I did not install the latest firmware update, as I have heard horror stories about it. It may be fine if you follow the correct procedure (reinstall everything, but not from a back up, - do it fresh from the .sis files) - but I didn't want to take any chances, and it's working fine as is. Great WiFi too. And Internet Telephone Service, with Gizmo5 (sipphone.)
The pre-installed ngage application in my N95 8GB is not opening.someone should please help me out
Zuhaib Hassan, 22 May 2010Hi friends,
I’m currently using nokia e72 but there are many problem like battery and signals... moreZuhaib Hassan
Specifications by specifications, I think n82 is the one parallel to n95 8gb. You can check it also by your self here in gsm arena. N82 has an advantage of xenon flash over n95 8gb while n95 8gb has an advantage of larger display of 2.8 inches as against 2.4 inches display of n82. I hope it helps.
If u r looking 4 second hand n95 classic and/or n95 8gb, I suggest you to visit www.AyosDito.ph website. There r people there selling those stuffs. I hope it helps.
Legend among all phones... I love my okia N95... Best phone I ever Had... Thank you NOKIA... My Loyalty is with you all the way...
I’m currently using nokia e72 but there are many problem like battery and signals etc so i wanted to switch my phone, n95 8gb had been my fav cell phone but the problem is that Nokia Co, has discontinued the production of this set, so can u suggest me any phone which have the same functionalities or parallel to Nokia N95 8GB ?? plz reply me
awesome............ a phone with all the features u can think of.... thing i like the most... neednt to carry any pen-drive when u have n95 :-)
My n95 is connected to a router wi-fi. But the name of my phone displayed in router's menu is "none"...i tried from tools> settings > connection > SIP setings but is not working. how can i change it?
phone is very very good features r very good and camera
quality is very good
An incredible phone. I love it. Every function and is bullet proof. No matter how you trait it, it works.
GARMIN XT is the GPS App, works gr8 with N95 8GB, therz no need to connect via GPRS or 3G.
U can search for ur region/city/area's map and directly download to E:\
m from Pakistan evrything works like a charm i can navigate the whole Karachi with no such cost.
try by urself
GARMIN XT for Nokia 95 8GB (GOOGLE IT!!!)=)