but Samsung phone prices drop real fast in my country.... and all the the more popular phones such as iphones and nokia, their prices doesn't really drop as much as Samsung.... even though i've done my research and think that Samsung Innov8 is good.... but the price drop worries me... cause i like to change phone... every once in a while...
iolo003, 01 Nov 2008why are the innov8 fanboys hate n96? there desperate n96 draws a lot of attention and excit... morewrong! innov8 has sold over 60,000 units already in just 2 months time. i don't know how many units n96 has sold so far. in my country, france, i've seen 4 people using innov8 versus none that has n96. i haven't seen anybody in france that uses n96.
Anonymous, 02 Nov 2008So Sagem, I was wondering who Nokia copied the TV thing from, seeing as they never come up wit... morenokia was the first to put dvb-h chip on their handsets. it was first introduced in n92 3 years ago even if no network supported that service yet during that time.
Kenzo on(Notebook), 02 Nov 2008Yes A special sim is needed wich is called the USIM....... What is a USIM? In order to ... moreSo Sagem, I was wondering who Nokia copied the TV thing from, seeing as they never come up with anything by themselves.
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2008Can someone please tell me to use DVB-H if a tv sim is needed in South Africa.Yes A special sim is needed wich is called the USIM.......
What is a USIM?
In order to continue receiving the DVB-H trial signal, you will need to swap your current SIM card for a new USIM. A USIM will be provided free of charge to all trial recipients of the Sagem myMobileTV handset or you may Purchase one from MTN service stores near you.
USIM stands for Universal Subscriber Identity Module. A USIM looks exactly like a SIM and identifies a subscriber to the network in exactly the same way as a SIM does. However, a USIM has a higher data storage capacity and is better suited to more sophisticated mobile applications, such as DVB-H and 3G. In the DVB-H environment a USIM operates in much the same way as a DStv smartcard does in your decoder or PVR.
I dont knw how u get the Vodacom USIM ...im on MTN and planing 2 Get THe N96 next month
For more details you can visit http://www.dstvmobile.co.za
Hope it was of help 2 you.....
Kenzo peace and no mobile bashiing pleas.....
HA i think its funny the way all these techie phones cause riots in these forums!
Great phone, fungerprint magnet though!
Does the N96 or the N95 Nokia phones have the touchscreen/stick facility for touching the menu on the screen?
Please, i need a feedback in my email box: email@example.com
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2008In the n96, n85, n82, n79 forums, there is some dude who is always posting results of benchmar... morewhy are the innov8 fanboys hate n96? there desperate
n96 draws a lot of attention and excitement than innov8 and innov8 is not selling well rather.
call them desperate housewives c", hahaha
Can someone please tell me to use DVB-H if a tv sim is needed in South Africa.
This new phone of nokia is very bad battery,all features become useless,here in norway nokia is starting going down
Alex, 01 Nov 2008DANIEL, you are right!!! Maybe N96 is nothing to write home about, but it is a good phone and ... moreIf you disable 3G, the TV doesn't work (not that it does anyway without network support), video calls don't work , youtube won't work, the net will be too slow, email will be slow among other things.
All in all a pretty pointless exercise but yes you are right the battery will last longer.
DANIEL, you are right!!! Maybe N96 is nothing to write home about, but it is a good phone and if one knows how to use it all is ok. For instance, I upgraded the software over the air and things DID improve!!! Better and quicker camera, improved battery life (3 days - 3G disabled). PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW THEIR PHONE AND HOW TO USE IT, AND THEN TALK...
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2008In the n96, n85, n82, n79 forums, there is some dude who is always posting results of benchmar... more5800 has a very weak specifications. that is why it is considered midrange device and priced so low despite its touchscreen functionality. on the other hand, i cant see anything expensive about n96. it has the 3 year old processor of n92, downgraded camera and same battery of n95, same dvb-h chip of n77 and other old hardware. the new things that were put into it must be the software and the 16gb flash disk manufactured by samsung, nothing else. n96 is unjustly priced. i think it should cost less than n95 8gb becos it seems that n95 8gb has newer hardware compared to this.
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2008You want to see bashing, go check out the iPhone or any non-Nokia that is perceived to be a th... moreIn the n96, n85, n82, n79 forums, there is some dude who is always posting results of benchmark tests of samsung i8510. Whats worse is that he seems to do it every week. Or the dude who is a few posts below who said 'another childish nokia phone'. Thats just plain silly.
Yes, there are those nokia fanboys who go to other forums and simply bash the other manufacturers solution saying things like 'this phone sucks, nokia rocks' or 'what a waste' or 'Worst decision i have ever made-im sticking with my nokia'. That is simply senseless and disrespectful.
I agree that the voting process is really messed up these days and very few phones actually get evaluated properly. Those that gain the most attention like iphone are the rather unlucky due to their controversial nature. The phones which no one seems to notice seem evaluated better.
I guess the 5800xm is showing just how much people want a symbian touchscreen phone. Its quite shocking to see how popular its become (More than 8500 votes in a month). Personally, apart from the lack of a lens cover, i dont see anything wrong with it, at least according to the reviews and videos. It has received its fair share of bashing with statements like 'iphone copy' or 'its a test dummy-wait for the n-series version'. But i have to admit that the bashing there isnt as much as the n96 forum or other phone forums.
Im just encouraging guys to post useful statements. No bashing of any phone or manufacturer.