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  # 250491 25-Aug-2009 20:30
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Get the N86.

Seriously....

Get the N86

Faster processor, better camera, FM Transmitter, Tempered glass screen, better keypad, better build quality.

The only two things the N96 has above the N86 is memory and a slightly biggerscreen, the N86 is better in every other facet.



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  # 250493 25-Aug-2009 20:33
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I lyk the design of n96 T___T but N86 is too tempting..

 
 
 
 


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  # 250495 25-Aug-2009 20:34
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Well then other than the advice given to you here it is really up to you to decide, I doubt there is anything else anyone can add that they haven't already that may sway you.



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  # 250498 25-Aug-2009 20:41
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Which one you think looks better?

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  # 250501 25-Aug-2009 21:00
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I also think you should consider the n86 - everything is newer and more powerful, apart from the internal memory. No big deal, you can easily get a 16GB memory card for just over $100.

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  # 250513 25-Aug-2009 21:29
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I think the N86 looks better, but like the division between Marmite and Vegemite, everyones opinion is different.

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  # 250514 25-Aug-2009 21:31
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N86 is just better, anybody who recommends either of the other two to you isn't worth listening to...




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  # 250721 26-Aug-2009 16:01
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but but but the screen is 2.6 compared to n96 2.8!

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  # 250725 26-Aug-2009 16:27
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Get the N96 then, it seems that the small amount of screen real estate is more important than anything else others have pointed out.



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  # 250731 26-Aug-2009 16:35
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ok i decided to buy n86.

What colour o-o?

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  # 250767 26-Aug-2009 18:18
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Thats kinda a personal decision, don't you think?

Regarding the screen size, its the same QVGA resolution, so the extra size doesn't really help much when it comes to document display/browsing experience - in fact its a little too large for that resolution to be perfectly honest. Also, the N86 has an AMOLED screen, which is an incomparably better display technology. Basically just forget the 0.2 inches...




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  # 250802 26-Aug-2009 20:16
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lol, who is buying the phone? you or the other members on this forum! :P

Check out the reviews on gsmarena.com and allaboutsymbian.com The first page of each review lists the specs and main disadvantages.

Personally i didnt bother with either and went with the Nokia 5630 xpressmusic, Faster processor (600Mhz) plenty of RAM (128MB) plus i liked the music player part. It also runs on the Symbian S60 Feature Pack 2 OS which is great.

Just my 2 cents (hope it doesnt bugger up your choice!)

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  # 250899 27-Aug-2009 08:45
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N86 has the same processor, same variant of Symbian, more memory, better camera, larger screen, larger amount of memory, FM Transmitter....

I think I know who chose the better phone ;)

Not saying that there's anything wrong with your chocie of course. :)



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  # 251506 29-Aug-2009 10:29
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o_o larger memory and screen ??

So wat colour! im getting mine today



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  # 251509 29-Aug-2009 10:51
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Alsooo is it better if you store songs into the flash memory or SD card

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