After reading the below posting I see that ATT will not be carrying the new Nokia. How compatible will the email feature and online feature be with ATT? Will there be any problems setting up my AOL email or surfing the web on the phone? Would I be better to buy a blackberry?
I live in California, U.S. I heard that Nokia will release the N95 U.S. version soon. But I don't know whether it will be better or not. Does anyone know? Should I even wait for it to come out? Will it be cheaper or better?
Does anyone know which band TM is going to use for WCDMA access? The following sentence, from an article excerp found in the home page of phonescoop, makes me a bit uneasy about T-Mobile's plans for deploying WCDMA: "T-Mobile spent $4.2 billion to acquire 120 licenses in the 1700 MHz band, and reportedly offered the federal government an additional $50 million to move off of that spectrum sooner rather than later."
As some of you may recall, WCDMA is being implemented by AT&T in the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands. Should T-Mobile go to the 1700Mhz band, there will be a need for a different telephone than those used by AT&T customers in order to access TM's WCDMA. I am wondering if any company will fabricate such telephones given that TM i... (continues)
I have been led to believe that the N95 has an independent GPS system - that is independent from the provider's transmission towers. Quick look at the glossary section of this forum, shows two types of GPS systems. In both cases it says that a signal from a tower, or towers, is necessary for the GPS to work.
Does the N95 have an independent GPS chip that works directly with the satellites, or does it still need a signal from a tower in order to work?
The 8gig N95 looks awesome but im not a fan of internal mem. Just like the iphone by the time you put ur movies music contacts messages pictures documents n everything else on the phone youd be surprise how fast that 8 gigs will drop. No matter what with swappable mem you will never run out of memory. By the time you get 3 2 gb mem cards it will probably cost less then the 8gb cost. Idk thats just me any thoughts?
Can't Someone Make a Top-End Phone For The US Market First ? ? ?
☹️ 🤭 👿 🤭 😢 ☹️ ☹️ 😢 The fact that NOKIA is introducing the 8GB phone in Europe first is offensive to me. What do we American folks, who have money to burn, get all the good technology last? I wrote NOKIA an email and asked them to bring the 8GB version here to America so that we can have it too. I am aware that some of the WCDMA bands in Europe don't work over here and vice versa, but some of us travel into some seriously out-of-the-way places and like being prepared.
All the cell phone makers are trumpeting the fact that some of their phones are Quad-Band GSM and that is very nice and helpful, but what about Quad-Band WCDMA (850, 1700, 1900, 2100) too!? That would be really groovy to those of us that trav... (continues)
Yup I've finally found my perfect phone. I'm actually gonna terminate my verizon contract and switch to T-mobile for this thing. Yes, yes I know I'm about to spend over a grand for a cell, stupid yes, but do I care; no. Anyone have any insight on when this will be available? 🙂 😁 🤤 😎 🤣 😈 😉