I just don't understand why nokia put less powerful battery on n96 which has (talktime upto 4hours) when compared to n95 8gb (6hours) while n96 has more features like - TV , 16GB internal memory & micro card upto 16 gb , DOUBLE FLASH POWER
SaM, 28 May 2008does it have dual simcards ?yeah it will have 4 sim card slot
(bone), 28 May 2008when are we going to get a full review on this phone. isee other phones been getting reviews t... morehi bone,
i think mobile-review.com has reviewed the prototype if you need details. but once again it is ONLY A PROTOTYPE.
Nice, but lacks Infrared port...might be a deal breaker for me.
I wish it was possible to set a TV schedule using the digital TV receiver on N96 and transfer via infrared to your TV / digital TV box. Or even change TV channels by using N96 like a TV remote!
The Nokia N Series takes another jump forward in the form of the new Nokia N96, a mobile phone capable of sending waves if not a tsunami through the mobile phones world. Perfectly sculpted and technologically engineered the Nokia N96 is nothing short of a mobile marvel fully packed with the latest advancements and elegant refinements that make it so easily admirable.
* 5 Megapixel Digital Camera
* Wi-Fi Technology
* MP3 player
* 16m colour TFT screen
* Java enabled
The Nokia N96 mobile phone is a modern epiphany taken directly from any mobile enthusiasts dream of the next big thing, as contained within the smooth stylish case of the Nokia N96 is an abundance of features that leaves no space un-utilised.
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Ur doom, 27 May 2008I think n95 was a dirty scam.its a high end phone,then a couple of months later they release n... moreactually nokia sets are good to use,but there is rocketin fall in its price and they launch new one at high price which makes customer shame of purchasing this
Ur doom, 27 May 2008I think n95 was a dirty scam.its a high end phone,then a couple of months later they release n... morei would agree with someone loosing some cash that way cause i have n73me and i spend alot of money to get it. imost definitely would sell but others find it hard to pay my asking price although i'm loosing big. not that i have to sell but if they want to buy it's up to them.
when are we going to get a full review on this phone. isee other phones been getting reviews that come out after and non for this. ineed to know it's proformance.
I think n95 was a dirty scam.its a high end phone,then a couple of months later they release n96 which is a higher end phone.this will make n95 prices fall like crazy.& everybody that has a n95 will be in regret because even if they want to sell it to get an n96 they will have lost 2 much cash.wat a shame!
after the flop iphone and n95 8gb which i owned to my dismay.i hope this one is better
to all mobile freaks
is it worth waiting for this phone or should i get the nokia n95 8gb
Nokia_N96_addict, 27 May 2008To everyone who already had a hands-on experience with the N96 prototype; do you know if this ... moreOh, and I forgot to say. I don't have a hands-on experience of N96, but it is clear that the N96 will have all the benefits of the N78 software, and maybe more. And it DOES have Navi Wheel.
It seems that, despite the fact that this forum has repeatedly debated the performance of this device, there are still many who don't know or care enough about the specs and the work that Nokia have invested into this phone.
One example is the omnipresent "problem" of the battery ("only" 950 mAh). There is to say that Nokia have not only learned from their mistake of the first N95 (battery), but they have made progress ever since the N95 8GB (1200 mAh). Progress is visible with this phone, because, if you read the first in-depth review, on mobile-review.com, you will be surprised to say that N96 outperforms even the N95 8GB in battery performance. That is because Nokia have made optimizations of the hardware components (different processor etc) and of the software, so that the user experience is still enhanced with Symbian FP2, but with less battery consumption.
Another so-called issue is that the memory would be too large and at about 3-4 GB filled the phone would respond with difficulty. We already know that a software-updated N95 8GB doesn't lag at all, regardless of the memory used. We expect even better performance from this device.