this ones very impressive. theyve beasically packed almost everything in it. nokias done it again. yey nokia!!
By the way I responded to this opinion:
that won't help. coz ppl will use internet, watch video, make 3g calls, play 3d games.. all consume lots of power. and this ph dun have light sensor(it is not necessary indeed). But I wont complain abt battery. coz I will charge every night b4 sleep....
Or simply move to America where the cellphone technology is 200 years behind... No problems making 3G calls because there are no providers, not to mention videos and games... The richest country with the worst cellular system in the UNIVERSE !!! And yes, I am an American.
It does work..diming da display brightness,light time out,nd power saver.bt it stil doesnt slove da prob.who would play games of high quality or watch tv undr the table lamp?i thnk they sud do sumthng to increase the battry life
ok, battery life is incredibly smal...but when comparing it with the SE its like the buggaty veyron vs ferrary =)) it`s just great from very many points of view, maby next generation nokia`s will have better battery ore maby in 1 year or so nokia will offer better battery`s for all nokias which you can buy...I thing SE should make some money out of this and offer SE batterys for nokia phones =)))) it`s a nice phone, you can not say you would throw it away if somebody gave it to you :D
Comparing the N96 and the N95 together, the only benfit over the N95 I can see is the DVB TV Tuner. Everything else looks the same. So what's the point!?!
dang gutted about this, just upgraded to n95, shud of waited for this beauty to come out!!!!
Again...so much power but with small energy to power it...n95 revisited...
Y GSM Arena does not feature Internet tablet like nokia n770, n800, n' n810? Is internet tablet not a phone?
Increased memory aside...what else does it offer over the previous N95's?
Can anyone tell me the messaging storage limit of this phone please. Many thanks. PP
wow i loooooooooooove it. it sounds like such a gud fone i think ill buy it....
I have to agree pertaining to that battery. It was one of the reasons I did not like the N95, here I am doing everything I want to do on my phone, and my battery only lasts less than 3 to 4 and a half hours from heavy usage. It also seems to me that performance on that thing is slow. Flipping through menus and applications was a unpleasant experience, it took the camera a few seconds to snap a photo. And my biggest complaint next to the crap they'd call a battery is the there's no QWERTY keyboard it. This made the web browsing dull and difficult, especially since I was coming from a phone with QWERTY. All this aside, the N95 was a pretty good device. It just wasn't my style. Now the iPhone, thats my style. Its much better to me in terms of what I want out of a phone. Though the N95 is no slouch. I'm also sure this N96 will be a great addition to Nokia's N Series line up. Just adress these battery issues and put some more powerful processing capabilities behind it.
wow nokia, I hear they have ppl out there that can design something different. Make phones a bit different, and maybe use a battery that last's half the life of my K800!!
I would get a nokia if i didnt see soooooo many come back through my phone store with ELF, or ppl complaining that their batt's last half a day...... My SE sales half tripled!!! Thanks Nokia ;-)
Nokia is either retarded or ignorant. Why would you make a phone with all this features then power it with a low end battery? Calling it a multi media computer bla bla bla with some crappy battery just makes this phone a worthless piece of crap. Get your acts together Nokia. To be the multi media computer that you want the N96 to be, you need to step it up some more.Add a high capacity battery, a touch screen, an office editor and the same N82 camera features and this phone would be unbeatable.