Summary: I loved this phone when i first bought it, but at not even a year old, it has software problems. switches on and off in the middle of a txt. The battery life sucks. I hv to charge it twice a day now and all i use it for is texting! It seems to show its charging even tho its no where near the charger. Then when i do charge it, it charges only if i dnt move it. Once you pick it up, it stops, then starts, then stops, then starts - see an annoying pattern here?!
Summary: I bought the phone hoping for full functionality. The phone system has crashed multiple times for me and navigation within the phone itself is also tedious. Also, the apps are quite useless, and the wi-fi is slow even with a faster internet server. The sound quality is mediocore and tends to break down easily.
Summary: I was a holdout from smartphones for a reason. I couldn't justify the monthly cost of owning a smarthphone with a data plan. Then my old Motorola met an untimely demise before I was due an upgrade and the N97 became available, unlocked, for a reasonable and affordable price. I'm the type that usually does a lot of research before I make a purchase.
Summary: I've always thougt nokia was the best ever, excelent reception, excelent durability, good software, overall the best.... The n90mini phone is alrigth, but the SO is a sh%#, slow, no good apps unless you crack your phone or buy some of the apps, 'cause free apps needs to be connected 24/7 to the internet, if you're not, the phone keeps popping up(every 10 seconds) a "search for connecting spot" and it's super annoying!
I brought this phone couple months, I am telling you if you are considering this phone avoid.......its waste
7 February 2011
Summary: Please do not buy this phone...there are so many issues with software and Music player does not work and phone freezes alot and when i contacted Nokia about the problems they were slow to reply and did not help much..Nokia is Crap.
Summary: This is a regular-good phone but if you have a bit more money I would purchase something else, the touch screen is not very responsive and the processor is not fast enough to feel comfortable browsing on the web, if you want a phone to send sms and call only this phone is good otherwise get an Iphone or something else. Ovi store has a few apps and most of them are not good and won't run great on the phone.
Summary: I have had this phone for only two months and I am now unable to use it. I know now that I should have made myself aware of the possible problemsI could experience. The phone does not turn on any longer. In fact, I cannot even get into the home page. Apparently others have experience the same problem. Only recently has this model has been sold in the USA, and at such a very high price one should expect more than a two month usage period before breakdown.
Summary: Sound quality not good...if you are on speaker then the person on the otehr side complains of background noise. Also it is very very difficult to remove the battery once u insert it.the slider is also a little tight but i guess that is the way it has been designed. returned the product immediately upon buying since i was not happy woth it.
Summary: I like the design which is almost identical with the original Nokia. Despite of the fact the seller announced Wireless, there is no wireless capabilities. Only BT. The software cannot be changed or updated, the data cable supplied with the phone is able only to charge ir from USB. No possibility to syncronize with another Nokia (e.g E90)! If you introduce the numbers one by one, the surprise is the phone will not recognize the numeber in the memory!
Summary: From the time I placed the order, I was disappointed with this phone. First, it was listed as In Stock through Amazon with a fantastic price of $324. Based on my research, this phone had everything I could ask for in an unlocked phone with a great price. After ordering, I went to bed. In the morning, I checked my e-mail and found out that it was now out of stock. Three weeks later, I finally received the phone. I put my SIM card in, followed by the battery.