Nokia calls this N96????? What a joke!!!! What an ugly phone! Really!!! Very very disappointing!!!
wow looks like a great phone. im only afraid of the price because it will go up. really great work nokia. mobiles are like pcs nowadays!!
I loved the N95 when it first came out. But now it's old and outdated - and the N96 is almost EXACTLY the same as the N95, save for more memory and a TV-tuner.
What a let down. Nokia can do better than this.
Well this phone is koolest. 16 GB of enormous memory. Extremly fast. Superb. 10 /10 at first sight. But from other end, it is damn slow too. Un necessary reboots. And get loose in sliding too. The DVD quality is very poor. And picture quality of 5 MP camera is damn poor. Even a 2 MP cam is better.
Wow!! I cant wait for it to be in the market.For sure will try and test machine,hehee....
nokia make harakiri himself whit this week battery.I'm nokia fan but start looking for htc.only one hope ihave-waithing for 1500mah battery in new s60"touch".old n92 was whit 1500mah and have small display whit lowest resolution from that one.i remember test whit n92/thay had to dvb resiever/2years ago-result was bad when used dvb.so i can't imagine haw will work whit 950mah.
Finaly DVB-H TV broadcast receiver. Low battery life and it could be more beautiful.
what can i say
the best phone to be produced by nokia
a pat on the back for you all
thanks the size fatness has been reduced.
n95 was not a good looking phone as compare with this one its far more better
no nokia, d samsung g810 is much much better, with optical zoom and everything.
Another plus of this handset is it looks like they finally put RDS in the FM radio and got rid of that hopeless 'visual radio' thing.
no doubt its a great phone but the battery sucks nd the n81 style slider sorry not my cuppa tea cos the menu selecter on the n81 hurt ya thumb after a while beacuse it was metal nd the slider did get very loose but the n95 8gb slider has been sturdy for me and the phone has been world class plus i work in o2 insurance so would get a feel for the phone first hand