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Master Geek

Topic # 57209 5-Feb-2010 19:01
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Is anyone using a Nokia N97 mini?  Interested in views good and bad.

I am looking at possibly purchasing the N97 but was wondering i I would be better off getting the mini.


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  Reply # 296497 5-Feb-2010 19:13
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Mini for sure N97 is a weapon

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  Reply # 296506 5-Feb-2010 20:15
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How about the battery life on the mini. I had a E1 which has a larger battery and I thought its battery life on this was pretty average particularly when using Bluetooth, email, etc


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  Reply # 300878 22-Feb-2010 01:53
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The N97Mini is a great phone, I have not experienced any issues with battery life, have used one for about a month with no issues. Keep in mind the Sony Ericsson X10, Vivaz Pro and the X10 mini pro.

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