iphone revelations..... check out the Nokia N95. that is a 5 MPixel camera. and wow that is a GPS feature, not just google maps.<br>Wow Nokia, you mean this phone isn't only 3G!<br>hey how long before the locked apple phone is 'hacked'?<br><br>
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Loc: Sydney, Down Under
I had a look at a friend's Nokia N95 and found it bulky, clunky and difficult to use. He did not have GPS running as he was not willing to pay the monthly subscription after paying $$$ for the phone. Nah...not having a touch screen is definitely a minus for me. Not sure about iPhone but then I have a long wait before it gets down under. I'll let you guys find the problems first. Meanwhile my W950i will do me fine...<br><br>
Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
The N95 is roughly $707 here, and I couldn't get answers to my questions regarding the GPS functionality, as I use a Garmin Vista in the car. It runs Symbian S60, which accepts multiple entries per contact (so a contact can have many telephone numbers, email addresses, ... etc).<br><br>It also becomes iSync compatible with a downloadable plugin.. The N95 is not only 3G but also 3.5G, which means much faster internet navigation. However, it does not have a keyboard and it does not have the Apple logo <br><br>As for a 'hacked' version, the GSM family phones are not locked to anything.. Just buy it and use your own GSM SIM chip.. But do you really want these features through an EDGE GPRS connection? I doubt it.. I'll wait for the next generation.<br><br>...<br>** DigitalEye **
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