How come you have it for 6weeks.
Unless you are the nokia CEO please stop spreading rumors
i'm a nokia fan as well as sony ericsson. i have used almost all nokia models. quite disappointing this time that nokia has still not introduced touch screen (atleast for this model). that is why nokia is loosing its market in few countries due to the absence of a touch screen. nokia please wake up???. to use gps touch screen is very convenient
What the.....???????? They call this phone N96??? Ewwwww!!!!!! I'm very very very disappointed! How could Nokia do this? I'm so disgusted!!!
forget my last comment! I just saw close ups of it! It's beautiful, I can't wait until Julyish!
packs a lot of features but not backed up with battery life. My N95-3 doesn't last me half a day. Lucky for portable chargers!
wow wow excellent very well power n96 is king thump up , nokia n96 is smooth shape beauty
i had my eye on the N95 8GB and now Nokia got the this N96
im thinking of getting K850i now.....
Stand-by Up to 220 h
Talk time Up to 3 h 40 min
LoL.....is a BAD PHONE like the FIRST nokia.......who cares if this phone have 16 gb if you must stay with it all the thay charging........if thi phone will have a SHIP BATERRY.......could have a talk time of 10 hours..........and than you can compare a n96 with a ship baterry with a SE G900 with a small and POWERFULL batery talk time is 12 hours.......and is more good than NOKIA
how can any of you complain?!!? look at the features list!
then compare it to sony erricsons or samsungs top phones.
Nokia are so ahead of the game
Where are the buttons??? Touchscreen??? Sorry but I need more information!
i have this phone for about 6 weeks!
this phone must include WIMAX and 3X optical zoom
Two more points. SE X1 looks formidable. It has the slide-out QWERTY coupled to reasonable multimedia features. Note that there are already 12 pages of reader's opinions; more than any of the new phones announced at the Mobile World Congress. Nokia better get onto the slide-out bandwagon.
I cannot believe that Nokia have underpowered the battery after all the complaints about the N95.
N96 looks more modern than N95 8GB. If I had the choice between the two I would definitely go for the N96 simply because of the expandable memory. Yet I agree with Trinity. Nokia needed to do something strikingly different eg couple rich multimedia features with a slide-out full QWERTY keypad.
DVB-H TV broadcast receiver? It is not that enjoyable with a crappy battery! I guess this explains why it opted for 2 LED's instead of Xenon! I do like the juicy 16GB on board as well as the added SD slot. I just hope the interface is ergonimicaly friendly. I hope they can fit the BL-6F there or even better a higher capacity cell as an upgrade and hoping for a 3.2" display wont be pushing it too much!:)
this is a nice phone but no replacement for the n95-1 .
we need to see 7-8 mp camera phones now ...
The only real impressive thing about this phone is the 16 GB + expandable memory. Besides that, we're looking at the same thing over again. The keys are not even raised for proper feedback and in all honesty, the N958GB has a better look. For me to sell my 8GB for a new phone it needs to have a keyboard and/or touch screen with great animation like the X1 or iphone. Yes I'm a Nokia fanboy, but even I can admit when Nokia has its flaws.