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NOT on 3G in Video


Nov 20, 2007, 12:23 PM
Hey, your Video Review of the N95-3 was wrong.
If you look at the phone when your doing the web speed test, your not connected to ATT's 3G Network, looks like you have a Home Network Icon in the upper right, and that you must be using WiFi. There is NO 3G Icon under the Signal Bars on the upper Left.
Looks like you screwed it up somehow.
Rich Brome

Nov 21, 2007, 12:45 PM
Whoops! Embarassed

That's what we get for testing upstairs then actually shooting the video in the basement. It was not intentional.

Sorry for the bad info. We deeply regret the error.

We re-shot the 3G demo part of the video in true 3G mode and updated the video.

Nov 23, 2007, 1:40 AM
So Rich, even though the N95-3 you used was an unlocked handset, you were still able to access AT&T's HSDPA network??? I would think that you would have to have stupid MediaNet in order to do that?

One question I also have about the review model you used is does the N95-3 have a lens cover?

Also, do you know if it can handle 4GB microSD cards?
Eric M. Zeman

Nov 26, 2007, 10:42 AM
Jay - I used the SIM card from my iPhone with the N95-3. My SIM card has AT&T's "3G" fireball logo on it. All I did was pop it in, and bingo, I had access to MediaNet and 3G without making any changes to my account. It looks like my $20/month iPhone plan gets me MEdiaNet, too, on non-iPhone phones.

The N95-3 does NOT have any sort of lens cover. It is exactly as it appears in the video and does not have the sliding cover of the N95-1.

As for 4GB microSD cards, I don't have any to test with it.

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