Anonymous, 23 Aug 2010he said FM transmitter. not radio. the n97 mini has radiosorry i actually overlook it.
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qree, 23 Aug 2010that means no radio then? nooooooooooooooooooooo~he said FM transmitter. not radio. the n97 mini has radio
qree, 23 Aug 2010that means no radio then? nooooooooooooooooooooo~You will newer use it for sure!
Fil, 23 Aug 2010N97 mini doesn't have an FM-Transmitter.that means no radio then?
Hi, can some one that have the nokia n97 mini tell me one thing please.
Does nokia n97 MINI have FM transmiter ? I see that n97 have, but I don´t know if the n97 mini have it also too or not, in the specification don´t say :(
Thanks a lot
battery life is no good. Better than this is nokia e63. Or samsung galaxy who has time to charge this mobile again and again.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2010DivX 1.0Yes,
DivX LABS have released a new 1.0 version for Symbian S60 3rd and 5th edition phones. DivX Mobile Player 1.0 is beta software available for a limited time only and will expire.
...so finally N97 mini gets an official DivX player.
Users kindly confirm, how is it's performance while playing videos on N97 mini?
Would you people say that is should buy this phone or not? plz help! Ii dont wana waist my money!
128 MB RAM and 434 Mhz processor are the main culprits here.
N97 mini boots up with 50MB or so of available RAM. That figure goes even less than that if you have widgets and applications running background. so, its obvious that if you start opening one application after another, it would run out of gas too soon.
Satio and Omnia HD both runs on symbian s60v5 platform, has 256 MB RAM and more importantly boots up with 140 MB RAM available for the end users. Nokia seems to have missed the trick here by NOT loading N97 mini with 256 MB RAM which would have ensured lesser or no hang-ups. 256 MB RAM in N97 mini would have given users more freedom to open RAM-hungry applications without worrying about crossing the line.
But there are other ways also through which you can take care of your 50-something available RAM on your N97 mini. Install JbakTaskMan on your device to effectively close unwanted applications running in the background of your phone which eats up your RAM in the process. It acts as a RAM booster and will take care of your RAM issue. Applications like Gravity are considered more RAM-hungry so better avoid opening simultaneous applications at the same time unless necessary.
This is unfortunate but what else one can do when you have just 50 MB of RAM at your disposal? At one time or the other, it is inevitable that the device will run out of available RAM and may hang up or show error messages if not handled very carefully.
ashish, 22 Aug 2010Hi, As per my views sony ericsson Vivaz Pro is better option then Nokia N97..Excellend audi... moreThe Vivaz may take better pics & video, but the build is all plastic, & the Vivaz suffers from horrible menu lag.
The N97 Mini is a great device, as long as you know how to use Symbian. If you wanna install all kinds of cracked applications, then you are setting yourself up for disappointment.
It is a great looking device, that has free for life voice-guided navigation, a great display with home screen widgets, & the QWERTY keypad is a pleasure to use. The latest FW v.12 takes care of many stability issues, & the camera takes excellent pics.
It is selling for around $360.00 USD, & for that much money, it is hard to find a mobile that does all that the N97 Mini does.
If you are having problems with it hanging, restarting, or any other issues, take it back!! It comes with a 1 year warranty. If it is out of warranty, first do a "hard reset" by dialing *#7370# & then re-install the latest firmware. If you have any cracked apps. delete them, & only download apps that are reputable.
As per my views sony ericsson Vivaz Pro is better option then Nokia N97..Excellend audio n video output..better battery life.Awesome camera