its a good phone but could have a better battery life, its got alot of features which use up alot of the battery life, nokia should start to make batteries like sony ericsson!!!!
it's just a N95 with a 16BG of memory! not a great improvement! 1 out of 10!
nice phone but i prefer the armani samsung because already i have the jeans and nokia not yet making nokia jeans
Its still using the same Li-Ion 950 mAh (BL-5F), I think this will be the same problem encountered in N95 classic, Do you have much larger battery capacity that will last the phone for 3 days?
its not high-tech at all!!! bunch of old features just fused in a phone.. but still i may consider buying this... but i vote "1" for each category ^.^
it's really fantastic unfortunately it's unavailable for office processer
it would've been a very good phone with a better battery and an innovative design cause it's boring to see again the n81
Specs are mouth-watering but battery life might be a deal breaker. I hope Nokia puts a better battery.
every one has the right to say something. this area is just for sharing ones view. please avoid using bad words. it doesn't make any sense. if you don't like a phone, just say it. don't degrade yourself. regards,
herbert- i think the nokia should try to lessen the price of their new cell phones model/s coz i think its an over price to think that after several months its lessen the value.
maybe battery life is not an issue knowing that this phone uses a diff chip [read: not OMAP]
Why so poor design and construction quality ?
I mean obviously it's a fingerprint magnet
i think this is a hot phone and has every thing you could need i wish they would bring it out
I m dreaming to buy this , Bt i cant coz i m not a highly rich man to buy this kind of mobiles, coz dream of poors is always dream :-(
Most people seem to be focusing on the battery life. Agreed it is an issue, however, I feel there is a much bigger one. Nokias reliance on Symbian as a platform for their smartphones. Before you all start, I know that they have majority ownership of Symbian but I feel the platform is much too unstable to truly lead the way.
Sadly, no other operating system has presented itself for use in such mass market phones. Apples I-Phone interface is lovely but not ideal for a true smartphone. If it was married with a QWERTY ketboard it would be nigh on perfect.
Windows Mobile is a decent system but falls behind on the user interface. Even with HTCs touchFLO system it isn't as intuative as the iPhone.
Lastly, Blackberry is a good, if outdated platform. It is wonderfully stable but needs updating to fall into line with the rest. there also is no touch capability (yet) so that knocks points off them.
Until someone (Android) comes up with a good platform, Nokia will continue to strangle their feature-rich phones with this rediculously unstable operating system.