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Topic # 9559 27-Sep-2006 08:36

Hi,

There are many rumours on the net about the new Nokia N95.
Check this link out:
http://www.nokia.com/nseries/index.html?loc=inside,main_n95
If you can't see what I am talking about choose United States as a country in the right bottom corner

A smartphone with 5MP camera, music player capabilities, built in GPS, WiFi... wow.

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Reply # 46929 27-Sep-2006 08:43
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Looks nice better than my 6680

HSDPA support as well

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  Reply # 46931 27-Sep-2006 08:46
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I would tap that...

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 46933 27-Sep-2006 08:47

No HSDPA yet, just WiFi...




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  Reply # 46936 27-Sep-2006 09:02

On the same page you can have a look on the new N75 as well...




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  Reply # 46942 27-Sep-2006 09:25
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Might be a replacement for my Jasjar??

Wonder when....mmmmmm




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  Reply # 46991 27-Sep-2006 20:46
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Interesting to see the start of UMTS850 capable phones. Hopefully this time next year we'll be seeing UMTS900 phones being announced!




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  Reply # 47016 28-Sep-2006 09:26

Oh My God... if it's true it will support HSDPA.

Unfortunately at the moment every website has different information. I said earlier it will not support, but more and more info is coming out telling that it will... what a phone then!




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Reply # 49321 22-Oct-2006 22:51
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Yes looks like HSDPA support

But one thing to remember as the link above says that the phone supports HSDPA up to 3.6 Mbps and this may end up being not upgradable to the higher spec HSDPA that is coming next next year so by the times it and if it ever comes here to NZ this may become a very expensive phone not supporting the fastest speeds if you where to use it as a mobile office espically moving movies and large files.

Its a shame that these hitech Nokia's are so costly but this one in particular is like a mini pc and is rather high speced. 




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  Reply # 49335 23-Oct-2006 06:38
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Lipex666: Yes looks like HSDPA support
Undoubtedly, I’ve had appointment with the N95 developing team leader, so you should believe me that I know for sure ;) 
But one thing to remember as the link above says that the phone supports HSDPA up to 3.6 Mbps
Right.. .. 
and this may end up being not upgradable to the higher spec HSDPA that is coming next next year
No not at all, it wont be upgradeable, sorry 4 bad news .. .. 
year so by the times it and if it ever comes here to NZ this may become a very expensive phone not supporting the fastest speeds if you where to use it as a mobile office espically moving movies and large files.
I think that you expect too much at the moment, you see N95 support speeds up to 3.6 and you have to be satisfied with that, it’s the fastest smart phone in the markets ATM :!: However for me it is more than enough, especially considering that my networks support only 1.8 speed ATM.. .. 
Its a shame that these hitech Nokia's are so costly but this one in particular is like a mini pc and is rather high speced. 
It isn’t so expensive IMO, especially considering all build features, it’s the digital camera, its the video recorder, it’s the m3 player, it’s the video player, it’s the powerful portable gaming platform with 3d hardware acceleration, it’s the GPS, it’s the PDA and after all it’s the phone that supports all actual networks and protocols including the HSDPA with speeds up to 3.6 Cheers,Teo

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  Reply # 49338 23-Oct-2006 09:24
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N95 is great.. but Nokia's implementation for PIM with Outlook support is c**p!!!

The phone book itself can have unlimited fields but not all of them can be mapped properly with Outlook contact's fields. IF only Nokia will implement better with their PC Sync or utilise ActiveSync for desktop Outlook sync (and don't tell me it support Exchange ActiveSync as not everyone runs Exchange!!!).

Seriously! all Nokia's phones are great! But its PC Sync is a let down! There are certain number of Outlook contact fields but Nokia's phonebook just doesn't map properly with its additional fields to Outlook... This is greatly unacceptable, and how does one know what fields in Nokia's phonebook is mappable or not? Which one is mapped to which one?!


If someone (preferrable Nokia PC Sync developer team) that can clearly explain their implementation of PIM mapping, that'll be great!

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