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#16777 27-Oct-2007 14:10
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Does anyone know whether vodafone nz is gonna get the n95 8gb? I've google searched a bit but the best i could find out was that vodafone uk are. doesn't list it as an upcoming phone too, it does have n81 there however.

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  #92671 27-Oct-2007 15:31
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I really dont understand why one would want the 8GB version in the first place. Bigger form factor, no lense cover, no micro SD slot. Only thing it has going for it now there are 8GB micro SD cards avaliable is the ram upgrade.


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  #92672 27-Oct-2007 15:58
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Yes, many say that. I really never got the n95-1 because of what others said about it, poor battery life, very slow, can't multi task- not enough ram etc. Ok, i would have also liked it more if it had a micro-sd instead but i dont mind 8gb hd its all the same whether hard drive or micro-sd. I'll also be fine on 8gb too, i really won't need 12 or 16gb micro-sd. All the other above problems nokia have tried to solve with the bigger battery and more ram and I really don't care about a lens cover, had other phones without them and it's been fine.

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  #92700 27-Oct-2007 22:08
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The ram upgrade would be the biggest thing for me, and a more intuitive camera interface hopefully. also it will roll around nearer to Telecoms new GSM network.

I can live without the lens cover, My 6234 or 6275 does not have one and never got scratched.

I tried to sell my existing one on Trademe to no avail, dealing with idiots whom never paid, twice! does anyone else have any suggestions on how to sell it?

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