Summary: The Nokia N85 of the N-Series family boasts an elegant design and form factor. With a clear, bright display, access to the N-Gage platform, maps and navigation, geo-tagging and quality multimedia functions, could this be the phone for you? Read more and find out.
Summary: If there's one feature of the N85 that stands out most, it's its stunning OLED display. But there are plenty of other features that make the N85 worth a look for those in the market for an unlocked phone, including its desktop-like Web browser, sharp camera (at least outdoors), and robust GPS...
Is Nokia's N85 a better mobile phone than the flagship N95?
Good Gear Guide.au
29 August 2009
Summary: It's not a revolutionary product, but Nokia's latest N-Series handset, the N85, is smaller, cheaper and has better battery life than the top-of-the-range N96. If you're after a fully fledged multimedia phone with most of the latest features, the N85 is hard to ignore.
Pros: OLED display, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5-megapixel camera, HSDPA capable, microSD slot and 8GB card, 3.5mm headphone jack, FM transmitter
Cons: Build quality of slider, display is difficult to see in direct sunlight
Excerpt: Here’s yet another generic looking cross-between-N81-and-N96 handset from Nokia that’s been designed to be part of their gaming range. The N85 gives the impression that it’s a very capable handset on all fronts with features galore, but allow me to give you a better idea.
Conclusion: The Nokia N85 is one of those under the radar phones that was clearly over shadowed by the launch of the N96. It's a shame as it seems to offer all the same as the N96 but without the cumbersome size.
Conclusion: Bis auf ein paar Kleinigkeiten (vor allem bei der Verarbeitung) gefällt mir das N85 sehr gut. Bis auf das tolle Display und den FM Transmitter gibt es allerdings nichts wirklich neues. Ein Umstieg von einem aktuellen N-Series Gerät zum N85 lohnt sich meiner Meinung nach nicht.