well...the battery life of nokia is not good..unlike other phones.all their phones are almost the same.it only differs in size, shape..and the contents,duh?!?! always the same..
Why can't Nokia just add on a 'XENON FLASH' for the upcoming phones after nokia n82.
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I had been using N95 since the second days it launched. I am so glad nokia produced such high technology phone, and I am expecting something which is much better and high technology then N95 is coming after this. N96, what a dissapointed, refering to the spec, besides then the internal memory had been much increased, it has no different compare with N95, and the worst thing is the camera without protection cover and the Xenon Flash is not ready. Nokia had learned the battery capacity in N95 8G, but it doesn't improve it in N96.
waaaaaait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute.........
ur telling me that im 'focusing too much' on the flash when the link that u gave me was ALL ABOUT DUAL-LED/SUPERCAPACIT0RS/XENON FLASHES!!!!!
r u even being SERI0US, right n0w???
it seems that you are focusing on the flash.
just of the features of this phone.....
i think making a non-sense argument.....and i think also that you jealous of this phone...right!!!!!!
Ying you rock, what a stand out..Those S.E fans are juz coming here to talk bad about nokia's.."Please talk when it is release in the market and when u actually get one or else is all crap"
Anyway ppl here kept whining about the phone without a touch screen, FYI, is coming soon..
Nokia is still developing the O.S "S60* Touch" and is yet to complete..But the model of the nokia touch phone and S60 touch OS is review in youtube..Go educate urselt..Nokia prime target was the iphone..
yes i agree that nokia is one of the best. "BUT" huuuh they never met what the people's excepting them. a toucscreen phone and a battery that is good.
My Uncle works for Nokia and he gets all of his Nokia phone way before they came out. He got this phone back in January and he loves it. He says it is way better than the N95 in speed. It can load webpages faster and it look nicer. You dont need a touch screen when you want a phone that can play platform quality games either, which this phone does. I can't wait until October/November when it goes on the market.
ok, ok, wait. i just skimmed thr0ugh it but basically it sez that "dual-led/led" needs a SUPERCAPACIT0R t0 "acheive" xen0n-level brightness.
the n96 0BVI0USLY D0ES N0T have this "supercapacit0r" wit its dual-led to ACHIEVE xen0n-level "brightness" s0 u f0lks have N0 ARGUMENT here!
ok, i tried checking that link but it D0ESNT even exist!!!
please check out....
and please be guided......
r u SERI0US??? d0 ya REALLY THINK 'high capacity' LED > xen0n!?!?!?!?!
h0nestly, thats kinda messed up.....
"high capacity dual led". haha. nice marketing attempt but most people are smart enough not to fall for it. If it ain't used in professional high end cameras it aint good for photography... thus xenon rules!
Replyin to con. I'm not sayin stop complaining period. What i am saying is stop complaining where it's obvious the complainer has no knowledge of the advance features and hardware behind the device. First of all, this device isn't even out yet. All we know are basic spreadsheet specs but since most people on this forum follow the same lame trend and hops on the same glossy band wagon, this phone, better yet the company, sucks because they didn't copy everyone else and add a xenon flash and or touchscreen. Nevermind the research behind the high capacity dual LED flash which is overall better than xenon. Nevermind that Nokia's own patent S60 platform now offers a REAL web browsing experience with embedded flash lite 3, which by the way can display FULL flash 8 content, and can render windows media video, not just audio, but video as well. Oh the battery is so poor. Technically it's not. If people actually researched and followed up on articles regarding new developments in nokia and the S60 platform, they would clearly see with the battery provided is more than enough. Endless test has proven bigger is not always better, especially with capacity. What really counts is how much power the resources need and pull to run. Thus the improves in the software and hardware.
what do you mean "bye bye iphone users" ? this N96 doesnt even have touchscreen! and oh yeah.. new nokia phones use safari for their net browser. safari is made by apple and is originally in the iphone. N96 design, i've seen similar designs before in previous models. and im sick with the user interface..
well yea, still no touchscreen, looks like nokia fans still must pray as they prayed for the xenon flas in N82 as sonyericsson phones, now we'll have to wait for any "N97" future model to come out with touchscreen for better NETbrowsing
I like old nok, but the battery is appalling for a multimedia device! yes the features seem great but 950mah is just no good! we must complain because whats the point in bringing out a new phone if it comes with so many compromises? i mean is there a true benefit to n96 over n95-8gb? do we see anything but a further 8gb inside? is THAT really needed? does it justify the larger casing? whats the point if you cant take full advantage because of a lowsey battery? This phone is pointless. Personally i'd prefer the n81-8gb or the n96-8gb, not a pinch of each and a battery that you find in most dumb-phones of today. This is a blatant marketing scheme that doesn't merit the trading in of any previous n-series device, or even cheap 90euro phone bought in this year, and you know why? 4 months down the line you will see a repetition of how the n95 was marketed....Behold ...the n96-2 a 32gb variant with fixed battery problem and probably a navi-wheel.. i hate to be blunt but it seems highly likely. you would be very sour to see this happen if you bought this piece of n81/95 concoction... Worse yet it is only due for 2008 Q3.