Summary: I really wanted to love the Nokia N85. But after 6 months of using this phone, all I can think of is the many ways it has failed me. I bought the phone for it's all-in-one features, phone, email, gps, music player, camera, games, even the FM radio.
Summary: With a very low use, the battery was exhausted after only five days instead of 15 as reported on the nokia website. I returned the phone and I got another one, but the problem was the same and in addition the sliding door was shaking. Also the keyboard is very uncomfortable.
Summary: I ordered this made in China Nokia N85 cellphone, with all those wonderful bells and whistles, on 16 Feb 2009 and received it the next day. On 4 Sept 2009, the handset stopped working in mid-conversation. The person I was talking to heard me, but I couldn't hear anything.
Summary: This phone is not worth buying for the following reasons. Cons *If you text a lot then don't buy this phone... the keyboard in tiny and flimsy. *The phone locks often and you have to turn it off and then back on.
Excerpt: I bought my N85 3 months ago. While it packs many potentially great features the build quality is of only the cheapest phones. After 3 months of gentle use, the front panel cover came off.
Pros: Appears great. But doesn't work.
Cons: Cheap build that comes apart all by itself, Components poor quality, Software very buggy - reboots several times every hour, Camera claims to take 5 megapixel pictures but compresses them ending up with poor quality pictures - no raw file function
Excerpt: I just bought my Nokia N85. It appears to be a great phone BUT... I keeps rebooting with no reason many times in a single day. If you want to buy this phone, check Nokia Discussions at http://discussions.nokiausa.com/discussions/ and make a search with N85 reboot.
Pros: Features and design are great. If only it worked without rebooting.
Cons: Reboots. Reboots. Reboots. Check Nokia Discussions at formal Nokia Web page.