..i've used the prototype version of the N96 n i must say the built quality of the handset is very good although it needs some work on the back cover b4 the final retail version hits the market..camerawise,i think it has bettr color saturation than the N95s..but the OS nidz 2b workd upon as its very slo and has a tendency 2 hang n freeze very often..the softkeys r a bit difficult 2 press,but its wil b ok if 1 gets used to it..al in all,i think its a pretty impressive device n wen held in,it has a nice feel the thickness of the phone is less than tht of the n95s..looks sleek n slick at da same tym..
can i just say WOW!!!!!!! i luv dis fone!!! its one of da best fones ive ever seen. good job nokia :-]
When will Nokia launch (publish) the new NSeries like N96 or higher (N98)?
I will wait for it...
Well i feel there should be touch screen in N96 .But i just cant wait for this to come in market
Im seriously considering getting this or the ipohone.....GAH!!! its killing me from the inside. one way i have high end hardware, the other way i have ease of use and something that makes me go ^.^..... -_-
Oh, YEEESSSS!!! This is the best!!!! Is Nokia job in design! Is Beatiful and awesomeeee!!!! I'm wanttttt oneee, lol...
i am using this mobile fone i m not satisfy with this mobile it is very costly.nokia 3310 is good mobile as compare to this phone.we can buy china phone in cheap rates
this is really gr8 but nokia why not a touch screen ....... Please take out atouch1
I just want to thank Nootz the way he summarised a reply to one of the Nokia critics. Why the word choice? A manufacturer produces a number of products or varieties for one to choose. If a product is produced with all the necessary features, why the latest model or product?
We should not complain anything as far as mobile phones are concerned. Be it Nokia, SE, Samsung, Motorolla, etc. BUY YOUR CHOICE. They are with different prices that matches categories of income earners.
Thanks all. Stay blessed.
The "Volume:92cc" is the size of the phone,
not loudness of speaker.
What are you want? A loudly sound weapon?
Double LED can allow to get light while taking video,
if you use Xenon Flash to do that, you will burn up the phone.
To Steve J
It is indeed a pleasure to exchange ideas. Howeveer, I think it's you who is "regressive" this time.
It is irrelevant to compare a PocketPC such as your HTC to this multimedia device. Although the N96 is indeed capable of dealing with Office (read/edit) and with all sorts of things which involve typing, an eventual QWERTY would not have something of an impact (except for you and "others alike").
You said yoursef that the N93 was a bulky phone. Imagine an N96 with QWERTY. N93 would be a needle compared to that(in size).
If Nokia were to satisfy every single customer that was dreaming for something more, it should bring to the market custom phone series for each, and it would end bankrupt. (^_^) Be realistic man.
It could have been better if N96 is designed to be a touchscreen handset and also could do more than just what is currently armed with N95 in terms of application tools.
N82 seems better with its xenon flash. Why do Nokia always keep something from their old stuff in newer phones like this? This phone could have been complete with xenon flash. Shame on you Nokia!!!
Zayeed, you are incorrect. It does have 16Gb memory.
I have copy and pasted the below info directly from Nokia.co.uk
16GB internal flash memory, plus microSD memory card slot (hot swappable) for expandability and flexibility