I have this one made in finland and I've already use this phone for 7 years.. It's still work perfectly.. Thanks nokia..
this is the best device i ever used! although it could be a little smaller(same design) and it could use a camera and a touch screen and wifi,overall its a fun device. i just recently bought a (new) original ngage in 2010,i had one previously in 2004 for about 3 weeks and it fell in the tub one night when i was drunk and just now getting around to buying it again. i wish i hadnt waited so long!!!! for those of you wanting a new one check out ecost.com they go for around 100.00 new
one of the best phone i had seen in this piece i m using for last 7 yrs....
he guys i have one n-gage clasic bu ti want another one , where i buy that
ery, 21 Jun 2009somebody can tell me where i can find N-Gage PC Suite? sorry 4 bad englishhi i m ganesh if you want n gage pc suit then u can get it from the website of nokia pc suit in that u will get all the pc suit of nokia phone u cane download it
pls can any one tell me what to do my n-gage whenever is connected to the pc it indicates ,,,,n-gage is connected in a non compartible mode,,,,,which means i cant transfer files to my phone
michelle, 18 Sep 2009i recently got a nokia n gage and im still trying to figure it out i got it as a hand me down ... moretry charg ur phone wth a rglr charger & change ur phone profile by selecting general & activate ,it wll b online then.
can some plz tell me shall i buy this n-gage or try another phone for games u can reply me on my id(firstname.lastname@example.org)
waiting for ur reply thanks
i wish nokia would bring this phone back in a heavily updated format.the screen is not that big of an issue.but nokia cant wait to launch a phone,to forget it and move on to their next.
Nokias biggest problem with the N-Gage is attempting to market the handset as a handheld gaming system, as opposed to a phone that played games. As a phone, the N-Gage was ahead of its time in terms of just how much you could do with it, and it had a much larger, clearer screen than your average phone did before the age of Touch Screen. This was ambitious. The main issue is that their lack of experience led to them putting out a system incapable of getting decent developer support. Starting with no installed userbase in an industry all about dedicated fans didn't do them any favours. An awkward button layout and non-standard screen shape frustrated gamers and developers. Promises of true 3D gaming on a system that couldn't quite handle it and jumping the gun on online gaming jacked up the price of the system, but the features were only half-there. Getting SEGA, of all people, on as a major collaborator was a big mistake. We're talking about a company that sank four consecutive platforms in a span of about 10 years.
To GSM Phone users, the N-Gage was an interesting gadget and a good phone (side-talking aside), but to the gaming industry it was a flop from the start.