Marshall Carter "Ornery Gamer, Fiend Club Member", Amazon
16 October 2009
Summary: I really, REALLY wanted to like the Nokia N96. My Samsung i320 is getting a bit long in the tooth, and I thought this would be a perfect replacement. With the feature-list, how could it not be? Advanced multimedia capabilities? Check. Speedy web browsing? Check. WiFi? Check.
Summary: phone is good as it should be, only problem is the language display because I bought the phone in US it can not display the far east language when on line with far east country web site, and they do not have software to add any language except those are build in the phone.
Summary: This is my first smartphone purchase, but I played around with several before buying. I bought the phone because it had everything I wanted, including unlocked and no touch screen. I hate touch screens. It has a ton of features I don't need, but, hey, you never know, right?
Summary: Although this phone is amazingly high-powered and sophisticated, it is greatly lacking in capabilities for the business owner. Having now used an older model Blackberry for over a year, I am regretting the purchase of this Nokia.
Summary: It's a very nice and stylish cellphone but it's too expensive. The best: It allows to create VPNs and access pop mail, you can download games and some other useful apps, GPS works as promised and it's easy to use, good sound quality.
Summary: This phone aims to be an upgrade to the , but it falls a bit short of that. The feature set is only very minimally upgraded (mainly, more included memory plus a µSD slot, a pullout kickstand around the camera lens, and a newer software release), and instead, it introduces some new shortcomings.
Summary: I've tried this phone out for about a month and a half after upgrading from the N95 (N95-3). Functionally there isn't anything much improved in the N96, it is essentially the same phone with some minor OS tweaks here and there.
Summary: Here in starts my multiple day review of the Nokia N96. Background: I am an IT person and like to be at the bleeding edge of gadgetry... I currently use a Blackberry Bold 9000, and an iPhone 3g 16gb. I will soon be getting a google g1 and a blackberry 8900.