Summary: l bought nokia n96 ; first l liked this phone they was saying on ebay web page it s brand new and many good staff 14 day return warranty ; l used phone over 14 days and l found that phone wasn't brand new it's used also phone closing itself l make turn off than on , working again if you wandaring how did l found it's used ; they are changed phone case ,
Summary: well...firstly everything seem to be ok....but finally the keyboard under the screen didn't work properly....and i had to send it to nokia store to fix it...i'm still waiting nokia,so idon't know more....i hope everything else will be ok...
Summary: Summary The Nokia N96 is an expensive phone that competes against many rival companies that have done their homework over the years to provide competitive products against this phone-dominating firm. The N96 fails to be able to be a leader in its phone class, with issues that are problematic of a phone years older. The few positives of the N96 do not command the high purchase price. Background: I used the N96 with AT&T service in the US.
Some decent features, but too many issues to recommend
Mary Jo Sminkey "15 years of Amazon Reviews!", Amazon
1 January 2009
Summary: I was excited to try this phone out as I have been using Windows Mobile devices for awhile (currently using the AT&T Tilt) and never been completely satisfied with their performance. A 16 gig phone geared for music and video looked right up my alley. Having used this phone for several days and tried as many features as possible, I'm not nearly as enamored with it as I hoped. For a $600 phone, I expected something far more polished.