tufyx007, 22 May 2009does anyone know the price of a nokia n97???Around 550 euros (taxes included, unlocked phone)
Does Nokia N97 have "voice recording" to record somebody's voice? What about recording during the call conversation? Thank you
on sale in Singapore in June 2009
Anonymous, 22 May 2009I'm using an iPhone one handed now while eating burger...
...I should tell McDonalds that p... morehehehe do you have a thumb like Mister Fantastic where it can be stretch because I find it very uncomfortable in my part.. i don't want to suffer this ordeal in a phone where im paying expensively.. i want my texting in one hand comfortable and easy.. and N97 can gave this to me..
easy, cozy, serene c",
Mizuchi, 22 May 2009Putang ina iphone is a cup saucer lol but the N97 and 5800 xm have perfect thumb reach i held ... morekorek ka dyan pare, its like a chop board and a dining table at the same time where you can dine hahaha, iLamisa yata yun or iLababo c",
Nokia N97 v Samsung i8910 stat-clash!
Some excerpts of the review "We have to admit that on paper, the Samsung i8910 looks an impressive beast but when you start to look at the options and how well all that tech has been implemented, we’re safe in waiting for the Nokia N97 – the undoubted winner of this stat clash!"
Ridiculous. Finally a Nokia worth upgrading from a N95 8Gb and it doesn't have any hardware based 3D acceleration... What kind of company wouldn't put some form of it on their phones these days - especially if it is a 'flagship' model, because the iPhone offers it and everyone knows how popular they are... They need to try an get into every market with a flagship phone, especially gaming because it is a huge market. It's not like the N97 would be bad for gaming... it has everything the iphone has, like a accelerometer, and even more like a directional pad and heaps of buttons that could be assigned different controls - all that is needed is a custom N-Gage app. Very disappointed with Nokia. Always seem to have a 'perfect' phone, but there is always a let down with them. For example, the N95 8GB has extremely slow memory for todays standards or a N96 that has a very 'cheap' feeling to it.
WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING NOKIA? ANY DIMWIT WITH HALF A BRAIN COULD UNDERSTAND WHAT IS NEEDED ON A HIGH-END DEVICE. HONESTLY, DO YOU EVEN LISTEN TO YOUR CONSUMERS?
Disappointed once again... it seems to be endless... its just so damn obvious what should be included on a high-end device.
Leeroy, 22 May 2009Honestly that is pathetic, how can you say n85 screen too small? And n86 screen too small? Are... moreStick 2 of those screens side by side and you've got an iPhone screen.
The N85 looks tiny in my big, manly hands which I use my iPhone one handed with.
Ehsan, 21 May 2009I love Nokia. It is the best brand. However, they are unable to make a "perfect" phone. There... moreHonestly that is pathetic, how can you say n85 screen too small? And n86 screen too small? Are you sick or something? We talkin about 2.6 inch displays with AmOLED , and 2.6inch may not be the biggest but its a pretty dam good size for a phone
Launc date in India June 2009 . I think June 10th
1) Dual SIM
Otherwise great speck
Allan, 22 May 2009"I'm using an iphone now while eating a burger" Yeah good one. It's lying on it's back on the ... moreWhy would you put your phone down on a table?
It's easy to hold and type on an iPhone, unless you've got tiny, girly hands.
awoo, 22 May 2009Why on God's earth would anyone even want to SETTLE for an iPhone? It's trash quite frankly. ... moreI guess the lack of an IR port on the N97 means you won't be wanting one then, you might be able to pick up a 6110 1999 model off EBay for a couple of bucks.
Why on God's earth would anyone even want to SETTLE for an iPhone?
It's trash quite frankly.
No bluetooth music streaming and/or file transfers (video is out of the question)
No drag and drop file juggling
No Flash support inside Safari (where the heck is Opera Mobile for this thing)
No copy and paste
No front camera
No video recording
No video calls
No user replaceable battery
No VGA resolution
No IR port (it's something I take for granted, using my phone as a remote for well...anything just about)
No physical keyboard
No external storage card support (Micro SDHC cards are up to 32 GB now, 8GB is NOT enough these days, especially for a media device)
No voice command (WM devices and even some "el-cheapo" phones have featured this for years now)
No MMS (it doesn't have phone-to-phone MMS, it has phone-to-air-to-phone picture sharing necessitating a data plan)
No Live TV (that doesnt require you to be connected to an app like Orb on your home PC, which defeats the purpose, why would I want to watch it on a dinky non VGA screen instead of just on my home PC when im at home anyways)
No camera flash
No camera zoom
Same old, subpar, 2 MP camera for that matter
Limited video format support
Limited picture format support
Limited file format support in general
Only 128 MB of RAM (cant run many apps simultaneously, new WM phones are getting 256+ MB of RAM, with 220+ MB free on bootup, and with the Appstore opening up and 3rd party apps making their way to the phone, Apple is behind on the times)