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Topic # 27097 14-Oct-2008 13:42
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I have a N95-8GB and I am thinking of getting a N85 to replace it. I was hoping someone might have one that I can have a look at, in Auckland. If you have one of these for sale, then give me a buzz. I am very keen.

Alternatively, if you are going to Singapore, Hong Kong or Korea in the next few weeks, and would be willing to pick one up I'd love to hear from you.

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  Reply # 171084 14-Oct-2008 15:22
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Hey mate, my Dad is over in Taiwan at the moment and can purchase one for you.  PM me.  Cheers.

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  Reply # 171309 15-Oct-2008 16:21
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I'm also interested in the N85, and will probably look at buying next year (Almost finished Uni, so finally some income :P).

If you do manage to get your hands on one it'd be great if you could post any comments etc. Cheers!


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  Reply # 173767 26-Oct-2008 22:36
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I've got a N95 8GB and would be very keen to hear about the N85 if you get your hands on one.

I do think I will stick with what I've got, but it's always interesting to see what else is out there.

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  Reply # 180159 25-Nov-2008 10:29
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Just watch out the N85 and N96 doesnt have the previous built in sip client.  It does have some sort of SIP stack but theres no client that can use it yet.

Find out more here:

Hopefully later firmware versions will have a sip client.

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  Reply # 182407 6-Dec-2008 00:34
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I can get one from Nokia Hong kong if  you want also I have a n85 next to me

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  Reply # 182437 6-Dec-2008 08:34
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Thanks I ended up getting one from a guy on trademe for $986

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