People i think tnat this is the most beautiful phone i ever seen.I would like to know which is ths price and when will start sailling.I amfrom macedonia good bye
im waiting for this phone, there is no phone else in the market who has these features: 5mp camera, Gps, BVB-H tv, wlan and tv out ang gaminb, well whats more?! touch screen? i'll tell u something, i switched from nokia 6630 to Tytn2, which is a good phone.. but i miss a practical phone, i miss frendly rich featured Nokia phones..
Touch screens aren't even that great. I own an iPhone and compared to this phone, its a piece of $600 (when i bought it) crap. touch screen is the last thing i look for. i look for things like MMS and the 5 MP camera, and GPS. The iPhone has NONE of this features that should have come standard anyway. This phone is a really great looking and very beefed up phone. if it was out now, I'd would buy one right now, regardless of price. I really don't feel like waiting until Q3 of this year. COME ON NOKIA, PUT IT OUT ALREADY!!!
nice job nokia, nokia just got best over the mobile companies, can anyone tell me t hat is this mobile available in asia or not, and how much will be the price of this cute suite,
n95 2,6 inches display 950 mah battery.(very short life)..
n95 8gb 2,8 inches display 1200 mah battery.
N96 + TV 2,8 inches display 950 mah battery.
Is it reasonable battery for N96?
Wish it comes with touchscreen display capabilities..
then it's perfect..
will Nokia ever comes out with a high end touchscreen phone?
Its Flash can be used while recording video therefore it has LED flash instead of Xenon.
I'm shocked yaar its a miracle made by Nokia. I thanks Nokia to giving us that type of phone which can solve each and every problems of us once again thank you Nokia Hats Of to You.
Im a SE fanatic but this one is different, this is the ULTIMATE phone, the looks is stylish the features is great. I must have this phone. But im still hoping SE can make better phones like a phone with 5MP Cybershot, Walkman, WiFi, mass storage, GPS, a TV reciever and a Symbian or it would be better if it has Windows MS as an OS.
How is there a vote of 8.1 for performance, when this phone has not been released yet?
This is a nice phone, nokia just keeps getting better.other brands dont really have a phone in its league do they...
N95 is better in looks.....but it is yet a fabulous mobile set.....good going NOKIA!
Wow, frankly all i can say is what a remarkable phone! Seriously, i cant wait for this phone to come out. Wondering Q3, what months are those? July, August or September?
looks a great phone however i think quite alot of people have purchased the n95 8gb quite recently, does anyone else think that the n96 is being released a little to soon, i understand the market is always growing but come on
To john brand
The pictures you saw show the very same phone. It has music dedicated keys both on the dual slide thing and below the display. Each set activates when you have the slider in a certain position. The upper keys open when the slider is down, and also everything is displayed in landscape mode. If the slider covers those keys, the other ones activate.
I have noticed that all successful Nokia phones had later improvements (see N73, N80, N81, N91, N93, N95). I wouldn't be surprised to see an improvement of this one, maybe towards the end of the year.
hey guys sup??
lsn i just wanted to ask whether there are 2 versions of this phone coming?
coz when u look at the pix, they sometimes shoow the n96 with a double slider, and sometimes they show the one with a single slider.
now the double slider has the music keys on the slider tht opens from the top.
the one which doesnt have the slider shows the music keys next to the attend and reject keys.
if u look at the pix on gsmarena u will also notice it.
and abt the memory.
gsmarena has shown it like this -micro SD
-8 gb ineternal
can anyone plz xplain me this?........
WOW, Nokia has done so well with this phone. Building in a digital TV tuner is a whole other level. I also like the larger 2.8 inch screen and the built in memory coupled with an expandable micro SD slot, wish they had done this on the N95!
I am from the UK and really want to pre-oredr this phone. I found this site that lets you sign up for email updates:
but would rather get a proper pre-order on the go, if anyone knows of a site that will let you pre-rder could you let me know? thanks
It's good to see an intelligent topic is being discussed. Steve J! You're alive! LOL! PDPg, you told me a false story. LOL!
To the readers,
Each of you have very strong, supportive views on QWERTY keyboards and mobile handsets. I agree with most you all said but there are a few items that needs to be corrected.
Without a single doubt, Nokia discussed the merging of a QWERTY keyboard into N Series devices. In my opinion, the main factor Nokia still hasn't, and probably ever won't, add a QWERTY keyboard to the N Series is because of the unavoidable conflict it will bring between the N and E Series.
How often, if at all, is the question raised, "Should I get the N95 or the E90?"
Nokia developed two distinctive series: the N Series and the E Series.
The purpose of the N Series.
The purpose of the E Series.
The N Series is designed exclusively for the multimedia enthusiast while the E Series is tailored for business. Nokia has reinforced this by giving both series separate, traditional, premium characteristics. The QWERTY keyboard relates more so to business productivity. Equipping a N Series mobile handset with a QWERTY keyboard will contradict the concept of the series.
I disagree with the suggestion of a QWERTY N96. Furthermore, the introduction of such a device would more so decrease sales. As the QWERTY N96 sales rise, the E Series and all other non QWERTY N Series devices sales will surely drop. The N96 has now become part of this "all in one device" trend. A trend, which in my opinion, is a desperate "all or nothing" attempt. Not only does this take attention away from companion devices, it puts the company in a position where this device MUST succeed.
Regarding the discussion VGA vs QVGA.
Undeniably, VGA displays are superior in detail quality. Unfortunately, the vital requirements of a VGA display are superior as well, pertinently battery consumption. VGA displays require higher refresh rates to maintain premium stasis, unlike QVGA displays. This fact trickles down to processing power, which then trickles down to energy consumption.
Take the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet for example. Upgrading the display scenario to a WVGA, the device is equipped with the 1500 mAh rated BP-4L, Nokia's top rated battery. Review the specifications.
Now reevaluate the possible operating times with added features of the Nokia N95. After that, go speculate even further with the "my ultimate phone specs".
In conclusion, manufacturers choice of QVGA over VGA boils down to battery consumption. Ultimately when improved batteries become more available, VGA displays will become more of a standard.
Regarding the Nokia N96's purpose.
Still there are many ignorant to the concept of the N96. Still photography and gaming has been dedicated to other N Series devices. Multimedia video is the area in which the N Series has not explored.
Nokia is truly innovative. Youtube.com is the most popular public site hands down. The build of the N96 is optimization for VIDEO. Imagine the sales of this device once available. Just brillant.
I don't know you feel, but I prefer recording a moment in time rather than having a plain photo. Just a little bit more satisfying to hear and see as suppose to just seeing.
There goes hand held camcorders...