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smilne360
24th April 2007, 08:45 PM
is there anyone using one of these phones? or someone with a n series nokia? '
i think im ordering one tommrrow, unless there is a disater reviews on it or the os...

visional_studios
24th April 2007, 09:59 PM
I've got an n80. Overall I'm happy with it, however the battery life of the n80 is pretty shit, 2 ~ 3 days max. Awesome features, barely use them though.

I actually find the OS of the phone to be a little slow and unresponsive.

Really think about whether or not you are going to use the advanced features of the phone on a regular basis, and your not just attracted to the phone because it's cool. I realised I don't need an expensive phone at all, I don't use the advanced features anywhere near enough to justify having it.

smilne360
24th April 2007, 10:21 PM
Really think about whether or not you are going to use the advanced features of the phone on a regular basis, and your not just attracted to the phone because it's cool. I realised I don't need an expensive phone at all, I don't use the advanced features anywhere near enough to justify having it.

that be why im gogin for this one and not the all singing and dancing n95.i just need something with a decent camera in it..

emerson
24th April 2007, 10:24 PM
i personally love symbian (http://www.symbian.com (http://www.symbian.com/)) although it is a little slow, love all the apps you can install.
i'm used to using windowz mobile (http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/default.mspx)
my previous phone was an o2 mini.

the camera's on the N series are one of the best i've seen.

I dont have one of the N series nokia's but couple of my mates do (n80, n73) but i'm contemplating buying one of the new N95's.

mind you as soon as the iPhone is released i will be grabbing that :D

Edge
24th April 2007, 10:37 PM
Low light photos on my N70 2.0 megapixel camera are appalling. Don't know how much this has improved in last 12-18 months.

Video and photos with good natural light are OK, though.