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Apr 26, 2007, 2:02 PM

Nokia N95 software update

I have found software update and msn messenger through the following ... »

anybody know how to get the English msn ?

Mar 30, 2007, 1:37 PM

awesome phone

i had the pleasure of playing one of these phones. it is a very cool device in my opinion. the gps is set up very nice and even though it was on tmobile network preformed very well an speedy, and the camera was very very nice. i got offerd tho buy the phone but just didnt feel like dropping 750 on a phone at the time =P i hope to see some of these in the us on a carrier in the future.

Mar 20, 2007, 3:39 PM

Nokia has conceded the US market

Nokia, the world #1 in cell phones, and a pioneer in 3g technology, has exactly 0 operational (1900mhz.) 3g phones for sale in the US. As a fan of Nokia's Symbian operating system, and of the quality build and performance of their phones, I have been long prepared to sacrifice a bit of Motorola style, or Samsung thinness for Nokia's ergonomic superiority. However, as Nokia continues to ignore the needs of the US consumer by not building 3g phones to US specs, I will no longer support them in any way (especially since Symbian OS is now available on a few other phones).

Nokia's execs have publicly diminished the forthcoming Apple iphone by rightly pointing out its lack of 3g (and I wouldn't buy that thing with just EGDE data either). If th...
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Mar 29, 2007, 2:05 AM

Re: Maybe it is not Nokia but the US

I travel quite a bit and my next move is to Japan for a few years. While debating on getting a sweet phone there I thik I will most likely grab the N95 next month and call it good.

Yes the fact that so many cool phones don't work here is enough to make you scream, but why doesn't the US adapt to glabal standards? Then we wouldn't have issues of having to wait for special phones for us.

As far as the,why doesn't Nokia make more 3g phones for the US, well it is a small market. True we have a ton of money over here but a very small 3g market. Europe and especially Asia have a huge market. Japan is a almost pure 3g country.

So why don't we bug Cingular and T-Mobile (D-Telecom) and get our standards to par here?
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Mar 19, 2007, 2:41 PM

whats the point

whats the point on having a 5.0megapixel phone without a real xenon flash? Nokia really mess up
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Mar 23, 2007, 3:44 PM

N 95 G3 WCDMA 2100 and Cingular/T-mobile

I was looking at the Nokia N95 and N series phones and in order to utilize the G3 speeds of ~384 Kbps, you must have phone that uses 850 or 1900 bands in the US. The N95 only has WCDMA 2100, so you would be stuck to the ~135 Kbps of the edge network speeds for the other GSM modes. Correct?

Are there other things that are lost when you don't have access to the G3 network, other than speed?

As far as the N series phones, it looks like the Cingular branded phone would be the only one (N75).

Thanks for any responses.
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Mar 20, 2007, 7:14 PM

Droooool... :-)...

This phones looks so bad-azz! Man, why can't America step it's phone game up and start getting these mega once ones...
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Mar 20, 2007, 12:51 PM


In this article about the specs,doesn't mention
that it has hsdpa capable,i've seen this on nokias web site,whats with it, Smile
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Mar 19, 2007, 7:01 PM


This phone is the ultimate package, I wonder how much it will be going for. I have a Nokia N80 right now and I am really happy Nokia is really jumping ahead of the rest. 5.0MP DIGITAL CAMERA! The N80 has a 3.2MP and it is amazing so I can just imagine and the slide design is sick, and the QUAD BAND gsm will work great in the US. BUILT IN GPS, ARE YOU KIDDING!?! This phone is EXCLUSIVE
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