Anonymous, 19 Jun 2009By the way I am posting all of this from my new Iphone 3GS at 7.2 Mbps !Btw unfortunately Iphone fans, only speed that o2 allows is up 3.6mbps UNLUCKY
I have an N95 and I'm thinking of buying this phone. Is it worth that change? From what I'm seeing its has the exact same features as the N95 except that its touchscreen and qwerty keyboard. Should I buy this or wait for better ones (Omnia HD, GD900 Crystal, Satio)
just got my n97 today in black and i have to admit ive fallen in love with it already. Anyone who says the screen isnt response isnt good really needs to have the phone in their hands before they comment
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2009Hahahaha Pathetic iphone 3gs launch...
http://www.engadget.com/2009/06/19/iphone-3g-s-fizzl... moreMaybe you should not LOL :
iPhone 3G S Launch Sales to Exceed 3G Launch.
Friday June 19, 2009 11:17 AM EST; Category: iPhone
Written by arn
Despite the seemingly shorter lines for the iPhone 3G S, the early sales number estimates indicate that the iPhone 3G S launch numbers could even exceed those of the iPhone 3G launch. Apple managed to sell 1 million of the iPhone 3Gs during its launch weekend last year. Unlike last year, however, Apple and AT&T have allowed pre-orders for the latest iPhone device.
UK mobile carrier O2 reveals that by lunchtime, they've already sold more iPhone 3G S handsets than they did during the entire day of the iPhone 3G launch. They expect by the end of the day to have sold 50% more than last year's opening day.
Meanwhile, AppleInsider reveals that AT&T has sold "hundreds of thousands" of iPhone 3G S's ahead of the launch. Based on these numbers, the site also speculates that Apple could easily sell more than a million devices during the first three days.
is the speaker as good as the speaker of 5800? or does it have a better one?
By the way I am posting all of this from my new Iphone 3GS at 7.2 Mbps !
nokia n97 nw cant use any software, muz wait until the new latest version then can install the software....
Oh I forgot, the N97 keyboard seems like soviet made, with big irrational keys layout ( spacebar on the right corner ! ) while the new horizontal
touchscreen on the Iphone works VERY well
AntiNonsense, 19 Jun 2009Obviously you know nothing about this phone. Take your Iphone crap out of this thread,if you h... moreI can make all the comments i want about this N97, I had it in my hands today at the Swisscom shop.
It is terrible, the OS is stone age, the device is heavy thick and the touch screen
In comparison the Iphone is a gem, the new oleofobic GLASS touch creen stays clean, and the connecting and computing speed is SUPER FAST, like it or not !
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2009Because it works wellDo you have a live outside this forum 3Yyt?
Go wash yourself and go outside for a change - this is not healthy!
Sameer Chavan, 19 Jun 2009It seems one of the lousy phone from nokia. Other then having a big screen, big hard disc and ... moreObviously you know nothing about this phone. Take your Iphone crap out of this thread,if you have nothing useful to comment. N97 is a fine phone, of course it can be further improved. If you don't like the phone, don't buy it. No one is pointing a finger at you!
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2009no pocket office, gsmarena should edit that. its only a document viewer in the box.but you still can upgrade with paid software, can't you?
Matt, 19 Jun 2009Mark, the keys on the N97 are absoluetely massive in comparison to 99% of the phones available... morePrecisely, man. sometimes I really don't understand and amazed about how many unbelievable complaints thrown here lol. What's with these people? the popular blackberry bold which have finger slipping keyboard don't get too many complaint about their qwerty. why??
no pocket office, gsmarena should edit that. its only a document viewer in the box.
Mark, the keys on the N97 are absoluetely massive in comparison to 99% of the phones available. If you're after a phone with even bigger buttons I think you should consider reverting back to a phone manufactured in the 1980s.
I have rather large hands and I use a BlackBerry 8900 Curve which are about 5 times smaller than these and I use it fine.
I have been waiting absolutely ages for the N97 to be released, and I have to say , now I've actually seen one im a little dissappointed. Every review i've ever seen gives the impression that the QWERTY keyboard is quite big and easy to use. Looks to me like ALL the reviews i've seen so far are using magnified images of the actual handset. In real world conditions if you are of those people like me who has big fingers, and you intend to use the qwerty keyboard a lot then im pretty sure theres gonna be a more than a few N97s being thrown against walls after the millionth mistake on those TINY keys. Also noticed the very strange not to mention stupid placement of the space key(not a bar im afraid!!)Theres plenty of room round the edges so why have Nokia made all the keys so damn SMALL. WAKE UP NOKIA WE DONT ALL HAVE TINY HANDS!!! (but if you do you might be ok!!)