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Nokia N96 + Adapt DeskCradle 7.11 cm (2.8") 950 mAh Grey

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Nokia N96 + Adapt DeskCradle, 7.11 cm (2.8"), 240 x 320 pixels, Grey

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Nokia N96 + Adapt DeskCradle. Display diagonal: 7.11 cm (2.8"), Display resolution: 240 x 320 pixels, Display type: TFT. Rear camera type: Single camera. Battery capacity: 950 mAh. Product colour: Grey. Weight: 125 g

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Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:50
Uk has collected 122 expert reviews for Nokia N96 + Adapt DeskCradle 7.11 cm (2.8") 950 mAh Grey and the average expert rating is 76 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
76%
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electricpig.co.uk
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2013-11-09 11:23:39
With Wi-Fi, HSDPA, N-gage for gaming, integrated A-GPS and support for BBC iPlayer, the Nokia N96 is probably one of the best equipped phones around, and thanks to a pedigree Carl Zeiss lens and five-megapixel sensor it’s a perfectly passable camera ph...
Good Packed to the mobile rafters with features.
Bad More sluggish than a snail chained to the wall.
Bottom line The Nokia N96 is stuffed to the point of bursting with features. Unfortunately it has two major flaws: a lack of a touchscreen and a lack of speed.With Wi-Fi, HSDPA, N-gage for gaming, integrated A-GPS and support for BBC iPlayer, the Nokia N96 is prob...
60%
itreviews.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:39
If you are a die-hard N95 fan this would be a good upgrade choice. But with touch screens beginning to dominate it does look a little old fashioned as a top of the range mobile phone. Nokia - N96 price Buy Nokia N96 securely online at a bargain price...
0%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:39
You’ve probably seen pictures of the N96 plastered all over a local billboard recently. The much-hyped successor to the N95 is one of the few phones we saw that wasn’t running windows mobile. It’s also an extremely good standard media phone: video look...
Bottom line A great multimedia phone with surprising business features, but it feels clunky...
50%
pcworld.co.nz
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2013-11-09 11:23:40
The Nokia N96 has the same excellent multimedia and camera features as its predecessor, the Nokia N95, but thanks to the iPhone the market has moved on and the N96 just doesn’t stack up to the competition. That’s mainly because the N96 lacks both a to...
70%
alphr.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:41
You've probably seen pictures of the N96plastered all over a local billboard recently. The main message is you can watch BBC iPlayer content on it, both downloaded and streamed. This is an exciting feature, and puts itahead of the iPhone's streaming-on...
Bottom line A great multimedia phone with surprising business features, but it feels clunky...
50%
igizmo.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:41
After a long wait, we get hands on with dual-sliding, TV-toting follow up to the N95 Multimedia features / DVB-H potential / UI / bundled iPlayer / 5MP camera / storage Size / looks / DVB-H at present / lack of camera lens cover N96s are like buses. Af...
Good Multimedia features, DVBH potential, UI, bundled iPlayer, 5MP camera, storage...
Bad Size, looks, DVBH at present, lack of camera lens cover...
80%
stuff.co.nz
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2013-11-09 11:23:42
An update on the trusty N95, it takes many of the old models applications and refines them, adding yet more functionality to a line-up of features that were pretty impressive to start with. From the big 2.8-inch screen to the internet browser, office...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2013-11-09 11:23:42
The N96 differs from many recent smartphones in having neither a touch screen nor a keyboard. In fact, its not much different in design from its predecessor, the N95. Our main gripe with the N95 was poor battery life. Thankfully, the N96 is far sup...
80%
gadgetguy.com.au
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2013-11-09 11:23:42
Joshua GliddonThe Nokia N96s predecessor, the N95, was a breakthrough smartphone. It featured high speed internet access over the mobile network or via Wi-Fi, as well as built-in GPS and a five megapixel camera with glass optics.The question is: by h...
0%
computeractive.co.uk
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2013-11-09 11:23:42
Until recently Nokia’s N95 was the flagship Symbian phone. Its successor, the N96, certainly has a more modern look ­ rounded corners and a minimalist almost flat fascia ­ but it’s really just an evolution of the N95.It has the same dual-slide action...
Good BBC iPlayer support; lots of addons; better battery life than N95...
Bad Keypad cramped and too smooth; browsing experience lags behind competition...
Bottom line Good performer with lots of features, but not a compelling upgrade...
80%
whathifi.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:42
has a knack of producing fine multimedia phones. And on paper, the N96 has the form and function to give its peers a serious run for their money.Like its predecessor, the N95, this handset boasts a dual-sliding form factor. Slide the underneath of the...
Good Fine form factor, excellent sound quality, decent headphones...
Bad Cheap, plastic feel, video performance isn’t great...
80%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
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2013-11-09 11:23:42
I’ve been waiting on this one for a while! Having had an almost exclusively Windows-mobile phone history, in January I bought an N95 8GB. I know that probably won’t make me any friends here, but for the past year, I’ve enjoyed a bug free simple phone...
Bottom line A tired horribly overused cliché to end on then: Evolution not revolution. If you want a non-WM smartphone, buy this. There really is no other option in the business world, and the N96 is, despite the disappointments, a great device. If you upgrading f...
0%
theregister.co.uk
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2013-11-09 11:23:43
Its beefed-up spec list pushes up the on-board storage capacity to 16GB and adds Micro SDHC expansion to a formidable spread of functionality that includes Wi-Fi and HSDPA high-speed connectivity, A-GPS satnav technology, a five-megapixel camera with...
Bottom line This phone can be slow during multi-app activity, and its battery life isn’t that impressive. But the N96 is undoubtedly a multimedia powerhouse with an exceptional spread of high-end functionality. While there are enhancements to the specifications...
85%
letsgomobile.org/en
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2013-11-09 11:23:44
Nokia N96 review I t is becoming more and more difficult for current manufacturers to put a unique mobile phone into the market. Many cell phones are equal when it comes to their functionality, and there are only minor differences between current model...
71%
itpro.co.uk
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2013-11-09 11:23:44
Frequencies: Quad-band EDGE, GPRS, GSM, HDSPAConnectivity: 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, BluetoothDimensions (WxDxH): 1.5 x 5.5 x 10.3 cm OS: S60 3rd Edition Display: 2.8in 320 x 240 LCD screenStorage: 256MB flash memory, expandable microSD storageCamera: 5-megapix...
83%
3g.co.uk
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2013-11-09 11:23:44
The N96 is a tremendously well-endowed phone, excelling at video, but it does have its flaws. BUY THE N96 - CLICK HERE Full Review and...
80%
digitalversus.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:45
Nokias motivation in releasing the N96, it seems, is to supplant the N95--already an excellent phone in its own right--with something even better.Released just last year, the 8 GB N95 won rapturous praise for its collection of multimedia entertainment...
Good Easy to use, Plenty of photo, video and audio options, Flash support, High quality screen...
Bad Doubleslider mechanism fragile, No DivX support, Flimsy support...
80%
smh.com.au
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2013-11-09 11:23:45
Nokia N96: designed for those who want to create content as well as consume it.RRP: $1349 Nokias all-singing, all-dancing N96 crams an amazing number of features into your pocket. The N96 is a multimedia powerhouse designed for those who want to...
0%
Zdnet.com.au
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2013-11-09 11:23:45
Its a little slimmer and it has loads of storage, but Nokias latest flagship model has little to justify its top-shelf price tag. The curse of the sequel is well known amongst cinema aficionados but appears to apply to consumer electronics as well. H...
Good New streamlined design, All major connectivity options included, Bright, sharp 2.8inch display, Massive 16GB internal storage plus microSD expansion...
Bad Processing, battery life and features have not been significantly improved since the original N95, Expensive compared to the alternatives...
Bottom line Without any significant technological advances since its predecessor, the N96 struggles to impress. Its 16GB of storage is great, and the kickstand is a handy addition, but overall Nokias latest "flagship" model has little to justify its top-shelf pr...
69%
T3.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:45
Nok, nok, noking on Apples door? After along painful wait, the Nokia N96 is finally here. Much through we hate constantly banging on about the iPhone (we dont really), its arrival in the handset market send a rocket up the collective arse of rival...
Good Sensibly placed 3.5mm port, 16GB of storage space, Luxury design, It does everything...
Bad Fiddly navigation buttons, Operation can be very slow, The menus a mess, Rubbish PC software...
Bottom line If your phone must do it all, your handset must be the N96...
100%
alphr.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:46
Despite the griping of the anti-Apple brigade, there's going to be only one phone on the minds of the gadget obsessed this Christmas - the iPhone. Although there are better business phones around, notably the A-Listed Nokia E71 and the RIM BlackBerry B...
Bottom line A real do-it-all device, but Nokia needs to do better to compete with the iPhone...
67%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:46
This multimedia phone from Nokia has a 2.8-inch display. There’s 16GB of internal memory for file storage, as well as an expandable memory card slot. A five-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics is also included, as well as a camcorder function, inte...
Good Forget listing what the N96 has, it’s easier to say what it hasn’t got: a touchscreen and a kitchen sink. There isn’t another handset on the market that can match it for sheer power and specification. Highlights are the built-in iPlayer...
Bad With great power comes great awkwardness. The N96 blunders sluggishly between modes and suffers from a build quality that doesn’t even suggest Nokia’s pickiness, let alone N-series swank. HSDPA browsing is fast but not entirely seamless, despi...
Bottom line Nokia has shovelled in functions at the expense of usability so much that we're surprised Apple doesn’t run, “I’m an N96, I’m an iPhone” ads. It’s the cutting-edge of mobile tech, for sure, but does it have to feel...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2013-11-09 11:23:46
Nokia’s most anticipated release of 2008, the N96 replaces the popular N95 as Nokia’s flagship N-Series model. A multimedia beast boasting almost every feature under the sun, the N96 is a fair handset on the whole. However, it still suffers from a slig...
Good 2.8in display, 5-megapixel camera, HSDPA capable, built-in GPS, two-way slider, 16GB internal memory with microSD card slot, 3.5mm headphone jack...
Bad Sluggish user interface, plastic build, DVB-H capabilities currently useless in Australia, overpriced...
Bottom line Unlike its predecessor, the N96 isn’t evolutionary but it remains a reasonable upgrade to the N95. It’s expensive and the DVB-H feature is useless in Australia, but as a multimedia device its one of the better mobile phones on the market...
80%
techradar.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:46
On the face of it, not much has been added to the Nokia N96 to distinguish it from its predecessor, the N95 8GB (which beefed up the memory and changed the colour of the original, silver-clad N95). This time the sleek black liverys the same, but the m...
Good 5 megapixel camera, A-GPS Sat Nav capability, 16GB memory, microSD slot, FM radio, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Symbian S60 smartphone capability, High quality video capture and playback, Good music player facilities including 3.5mm headphone jack, Large 16m colour s...
Bad Plasticky bodywork, Not a huge upgrade from the N95, No touchscreen control...
100%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2013-11-09 11:23:48
Nokia is upping the ante in the mobile phone stakes again, this time with TV as the killer app. The Nokia N96 is a multimedia handset with a 5Mp camera and Mpeg4 video filming – and its equipped for future live mobile TV broadcasts. An HSDPA 3.5G p...
Bottom line We think Nokia has another hit on its hands – the GPS capabilities of the N95 have been honed further, although it remains to be seen how well the Nokia N96s mobile TV service will fare when it airs. Rosemary Haworth...
80%
knowyourmobile.com
Updated:
2014-03-20 05:06:14
On paper, and in fact in our preview, the Nokia N96 looked like a handset just too hot to trot with enough multimedia options to keep you entertaned on even the most mundane train journey. In practice however, the N96 left us disappointed.Just like the...
Good Pre installed BBC iPlayer app, Dual LED flash on camera, Simple backup using Ovi...
Bad Plasticky casing, Unstable firmware, Awkward to use keypad...
Bottom line A true multimedia monster, but firmware issues and design let it down...
40%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20 05:06:14
Were frankly intimidated just being in the N96s company – lets hope the battery can cope under the demands of its feature list...
0%
productfeedback.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-26 03:44:25
IntroductionOur guest reviewer Hammad Hassan, brings us the full review on the Nokia N96. The device has some positives but the cumbersome interface on Symbian may be its flaw...
0%
recombu.com
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2014-03-26 03:44:26
This highly anticipated successor to the Nokia N95 is packed with features but is it what we've been waiting for? Some of the improvements look great on paper but we were keen to get our hands on it to see if it delivered a better experience than the N...
Bottom line If you own an N95 then we wouldn’t bother getting an N96 as there’s not much more to see here. If you don't own an N95 and like the sound of the N96 then we still wouldn't advise you to buy it as Nokia is bound to come up with something much better in...
60%
cgena.com
Updated:
2016-11-27 01:51:03
The has a reputation to live up that the ; the powerful already had excellent specifications, and its successor seems to turn out to be about the same phone with a different new look. For now, I'll show you what offers. Nokia N96 multimedia phone...
0%
Mobile88.com
Updated:
2016-11-27 01:51:04
Nokia N96 is the most expensive and powerful model in the whole Nokia portfolio. It can’t stand up to the level of popularity that N95 once enjoyed, though, but still serves a formidable expansion of the model range upwards. The device looks int...
0%
brighthub.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:39
The Nokia N96 is a stunning or more of a mini multimedia computer. It was announced in February 2008 and released later in September 2008. The Nokia N96 is a slider phone with a feature rich design focusing a lot on dedicated hardware keys for some o...
80%
cgena.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:39
The has a reputation to live up that the ; the powerful already had excellent specifications, and its successor seems to turn out to be about the same phone with a different new look. For now, I'll show you what offers. Nokia N96 multimedia phone...
0%
pcworld.in
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:39
Related Reviews Motorola MilestoneSony Ericsson Xperia X10Samsung B7620 Giorgio ArmaniHTC LegendApple iPhone 3GSSony Ericsson VivazAcer Liquid A1LG GW620 ng been in the market for months now, the Nokia N96’s price does not seem to have reduced. And its...
Bottom line A rich set of multimedia features with excellent performance ensures the Nokia N96 a spot in our Top 5 superphones...
79%
infosyncworld.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:39
We check out the big daddy of Nokias Nseries devices, the 16GB N96, now available with North American 3G support. Does it top our favorite smaller Ns? Find out in our Nokia N96 review.
Good Large screen. Good sound quality, for music as well as phone calls...
Bad Low battery life. Underpowered compared to less expensive Nseries alternatives...
Bottom line Deciding whether to buy the Nokia N96 really comes down to the value proposition. Its a solid phone, and it fits nicely in the Nseries lineup, but this phone doesnt measure up against the superior Nokia N85, a phone that offers improved performance...
76%
wirelessinfo.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:40
The N96 is the current top-of-the line N-series offering from Nokia and it boasts smartphone capabilities combined with multimedia super powers. With 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, aGPS, and 16GB of memory on board, it is certainly well e...
Bottom line The N96 is a powerful device that offers a high level of extensibility, good PIM management (though it lacks some features business users will want), and multimedia capabilities suitable for any music and video junkie on the go. Its price tag is high...
0%
Digitaltrends.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:40
Video Review: With unimpressive build quality, no QWERTY keyboard, and other below average features makes this flagship smartphone from Nokia leaving a lot to be desired...
0%
computershopper.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:40
Nokias N96 comes with every feature youd want in a smartphone. This update to the N95 includes HSDPA (3G), Wi-Fi, 16GB of built-in memory, and a 5-megapixel camera. Unfortunately, when compared with a svelte and more advanced device like...
Good Packed with media features; built-in GPS; 5-megapixel sensor with Carl Zeiss optics; 3.5mm jack; 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity; easy to navigate...
Bad Expensive; construction feels cheap; dated Web browser; chunky design; some unique features unavailable stateside...
Bottom line Although it lives up to its predecessors fame, the N96s bulky design, a dated Web browser, and high price tag fail to match up to todays more sophisticated competition...
60%
Digitaltrends.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:40
Nokia’s N96 is a throwback to a bygone era of smartphones – a few years ago, really – when pinstripe cases complemented buyers’ handmade Italian suits, mobile e-mail was for sealing million-dollar contracts, and the phone’s $895 unsubsidized price bar...
60%
howardchui.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:41
While the iPhone 3G and Blackberry Bold often receive a lot of attention, I think the Nokia n95 8GB is one of the most underrated phones out there. Here’s the n95 8GB’s successor – the n96. Compared to the n95/n95 8gb, the n96 is noticeably thinner...
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g4tv.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:41
Video Review: We hear a lot about potential iPhone killers, but if youre looking for tons of space including a Micro SD slot, stereo speakers, a better camera with a flash, GPS, flash-enabled browsing, and a big 2.8 inch LCD screen, you just might hav...
70%
mobiletechreview.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:41
Each of these is a very good smartphone and multimedia creation tool. The two most important factors, price and form factor preference, are up to you. Yes, the N96 is a bit faster, has arguably the better camera and a larger display, but the price tag is hefty. The N85 mirrors nearly every feature and brings down size while costing $200 less. Since the biggest missing feature, broadcast TV on the N96, doesn't work in the US we...
Bottom line Nokia N96-3 Display: 24 bit TFT color LCD. Screen size diagonally: 2.8...
75%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:42
The Nokia N96 ($775, unlocked) caused a lot of international buzz when it debuted earlier this year. Finally, ten months later, a U.S. version has shipped, but it wasnt worth the long wait: Though this model has the same excellent multimedia and camer...
Good Excellent multimedia features, 5megapixel camera...
Bad No touch screen or QWERTY keyboard, Clunky, cheap build...
0%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:42
Until recently Nokia’s N95 was the flagship Symbian phone. Its successor, the N96, certainly has a more modern look ­ rounded corners and a minimalist almost flat fascia ­ but it’s really just an evolution of the N95.It has the same dual-slide action...
Good BBC iPlayer support; lots of add-ons; better battery life than N95...
Bad Keypad cramped and too smooth; browsing experience lags behind competition...
Bottom line Good performer with lots of features, but not a compelling upgrade...
80%
asiaone.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:43
With the Nokia N96, discovering and sharing festive cheer is fabulously easy.The Nokia N96 allows everything to come together with mobile entertainment at its best - the perfect convergence device! Not only can you watch live TV and video, but you can...
0%
brighthand.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:43
The Nokia N96 is this company's multimedia flagship smartphone. As its name suggests, it is the successor to the Nokia N95, and uses the same dual-slider design and includes many of the same features: Symbian S60, 3G, Wi-Fi, etc. This is not a model th...
Bottom line Much like the N95 that came out two years ago, the Nokia N96 presents a lot more than what many people will ever want in a mobile device. And at the same time, it represents where mobile devices are going. More than just a simple communications device...
0%
mobileburn.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:43
Nokias N96 has hit the shelves, set to take over from its highly successful predecessor, the N95. With much of the same specs as the N95, the device has plenty to offer, but with a few tweaks and additions for good measure. This all sounds promising...
Good Large storage capacity, WiFi, HSDPA, decent web browser, nice display...
Bad Few upgrades from N95, slow interface at times, less than perfect keypad...
Bottom line At first I wasnt so keen on the Nokia N96, as the flat keypad leaves a lot to be desired, and the interface could be very slow at times. It seemed like a step backwards from my N95 in terms of usability and speed. However, the more I used it, the mor...
75%
asiaone.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:43
WITH the successful N95 as a benchmark of a feature-packed device, it is really hard to figure out what Nokia can add to the N96 to call it a worthy successor.It packs the same 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi function and HSDPA data transfer speeds as the N9...
Bottom line Nothing about the N96 screams for an upgrade if you already have the N95 or an equivalent smartphone. Nokia has fine-tuned the hardware, now it should look at tweaking the software.The story was first published in The Straits Times Digital Life on 12 N...
0%
Allaboutsymbian.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:44
The Nokia N96 is all about multimedia, it seems. Yes, beneath the exterior lies a very capable (if slightly buggy) S60 3rd Edition FP2 smartphone, but look at the advertising for it, examine the specs and unique selling points and you quickly arrive a...
0%
ld2.ciol.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:44
Iwas one of those guys anxiously waiting to get my hands on the N96 ever since Nokia announced it. But after a few days of using it, I've come to the conclusion that it offers nothing new and is just another addition to the existing N-series with...
Good Camera, 16 GB memory...
Bad Sluggish, Battery life...
70%
Allaboutsymbian.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:44
As mentioned in part 1 of the review, most of the core functionality of the N96 has been seen before on other S60 devices, especially others also with S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2, like the N78 (see review parts two and three especially). However, th...
0%
Allaboutsymbian.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:44
In case youre in a hurry, I can summarise my entire Nokia N96 review in two one word answers.Q. Is the N96 as bad as some critics have made it out to be? No. Q. So is the N96 as good as Nokias mammoth marketing push would have you believe? No. The t...
82%
mobilechoiceuk.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:45
The N96 is a tremendously well-endowed phone, excelling at video, but it does have its flaws. Related links Top Daily Deal - Nokia 6500 Slide - Low Cost Nokia 1606 introduced into the USA Nokia’s Comes With Music arrives on 3 Nokia 2228 mobile phone re...
Good A mighty feature set. Arguably the strongest of 2008...
Bad It can be slow and the finish is a little disappointing.Look and Feel...
Bottom line The N96 is a tremendously well-endowed phone, excelling at video, but it does have its flaws...
80%
mobileblah.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:45
The Nokia N96 has a pretty hefty reputation to live up to. The N95 was a true powerhouse, and the finest converged device of its time. With a 5 megapixel camera, 3G data, the powerful S60 UI and eventually 8GB of internal memory there were few devices...
Bottom line On the whole we are impressed with the N96. It offers noteworthy upgrades to its forerunner, such as the DVB-H tuner (not usable in the States) and 16GB of internal memory with further expansion, and the design is also greatly refined. Running S60 Feat...
0%
recombu.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:45
This highly anticipated successor to the Nokia N95 is packed with features but is it what we've been waiting for? Some of the improvements look great on paper but we were keen to get our hands on it to see if it delivered a better experience than the N...
Bottom line If you own an N95 then we wouldn’t bother getting an N96 as there’s not much more to see here. If you don't own an N95 and like the sound of the N96 then we still wouldn't advise you to buy it as Nokia is bound to come up with something much better in...
60%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 11:23:45
Nokia's N95 was the swiss-army smartphone taken to its logical conclusion. If it didn't quite claim to be all things to all men, it at least claimed to be a phone/camera/media player/GPS/mobile messager/computer/games machine to them, which is pretty damn...
70%
mobilitytoday.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:45
The N96 pushes the envelope even higher by offering a solid 16GB of storage internally in addition to a microSD slot, something the N95 8GB lacks. The 5 megapixel autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss Tessar lens and 2.8 inch QVGA display will come in handy...
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vr-zone.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:45
Last year, the Nokia N95 all-in-one multimedia Smartphone won the hearts of many mobile users with its intuitive two-way slide design, integrated GPS, 5-megapixel camera and support for high-speed mobile networks – HSDPA and WLAN. The flagship model...
Bottom line The Nokia N96 is a solid product with improved features, performance and stability compared to its N95 siblings. If you missed the N95 boat last year, the N96 will be just as good, if not, a better Smartphone to satisfy your multimedia needs. The Noki...
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gsmarena.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:46
Too little, too late Maybe Nokia N96 wasnt really intended to take the market by storm and turn the world around. Maybe it was meant to quietly update the top multimedia gadget of the house and continue to cash in. It just seems Nokia wont put all...
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avecmobile.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:46
The Nokia N96 is a powerful smartphone that can do practically anything a high-end smartphone can do, and it can also record live TV broadcasts. Yes, thats right. The device comes with built-in digital TV tuner for viewing DVB-H broadcasts, and i...
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techtree.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:46
Weve already given you a hands-on experience of the Nokia N96, but that was just impressions after fiddling with the phone for a few minutes. In order to get a better idea of the N96, I had to spend more time with it and see all that it had to offer...
Good Pros: 2.8-inch Screen, 5MP Camera, 3.5mm jack, Good Multimedia (Audio/Video), 16GB Internal Memory, Full range connectivity, Accelerometer, microSD card slot.
Bad Battery, Bit bulky, Price.
Bottom line The Nokia N96 sells for Rs. 34,000 with a 1-year warranty. The phone is really good except for its battery life. Its an upgrade to the N95 8GB featuring some good developments. Now the question to be answered here is, is it worth picking the handset...
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LordPercy.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:47
Evolution rather than revolution is a term often heard in the corridors of business and Nokia must of been listening with their new Nokia N96. First glance at the spec and indeed the phone itself suggests that the new N96 is little changed from the N95...
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phonearena.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:47
The Nokia N96 has a pretty hefty reputation to live up to. The was a true powerhouse, and the finest converged device of its time. With a 5 megapixel camera, 3G data, the powerful S60 UI and eventually 8GB of internal memory there were few devices tha...
Good One of the best converged devices on the market, Music player is well laid out and sounds great, Camera and especially video are very good, Outgoing sound quality was top notch...
Bad Its design is blah; the device is big and the materials are only ok, Keypad is pretty lousy, Side buttons can be hard to operate...
Bottom line On the whole we are impressed with the N96. It offers noteworthy upgrades to its forerunner, such as the DVB-H tuner (not usable in the States) and 16GB of internal memory with further expansion, and the design is also greatly refined. Running S60 Feat...
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tech2.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:47
Its very difficult to recreate the magic of an original product like the N95. The N96 reminds me heavily of Ridley Scotts Alien (1979), whose sequels couldnt successfully match the grandeur of the original story line. Nokia tried it with the N95 8GB...
Good Generous storage space, External memory slot (finally!), Good multimedia features, Camera stays the same, still a good one at that, Good display...
Bad Uneasy slide, Keypad buttons not so responsive, No dedicated music start button, Sluggish performance / downgraded processing power, Battery life worse than the N95s...
Bottom line A-GPS, Connectivity and Data ServicesLike the N95, the N96 too comes with a built-in GPS receiver. To aid it you have Nokia Maps, which will also work with your GPRS or EDGE connection. In my opinion, navigating in India using any GPS device, let alone...
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smape.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:48
We have already discussed Nokias product positioning policy and the place which N85 was going to occupy in the portfolio in a time span ranging from the end of 2008 to the beginning of 2009. An all-in-one flagship solution targeted at a mass market...
Bottom line The conclusion on Nokia N96 is actually very simple. That’s not the best solution around as far as the price/functionality ration is concerned. N96 is obviously an all-in-one solution, but doesn’t stand up to the level of N95 or N85. Nokia N96...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
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2013-11-09 11:23:48
A successor is defined as "a thing or person that immediately replaces something or someone" in the direct term. But theres much to debate about when one thinks of a successor. Will it be able to live up to its predecessors name, reputation and perfo...
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techworld.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:48
Nokia is upping the ante in the mobile phone stakes again, this time with TV as the killer app. The Nokia N96 is a multimedia handset with a 5Mp camera and Mpeg4 video filming – and it's equipped for future live mobile TV broadcasts.An HSDPA 3.5G phon...
Bottom line We think Nokia has another hit on its hands – the GPS capabilities of the N95 have been honed further, although it remains to be seen how well the Nokia N96's mobile TV service will fare when it airs...
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mobilementalism.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:48
No Nokia N96 review worth its salt would be complete without referring to its spiritual daddy, the hugely popular Nokia N95. The Nokia N96 offers similar features and a similar form factor to the N95, but with a much more mature platform (in other word...
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mobile-review.com US
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2013-11-09 11:23:48
The reception quality provided by the N96 is up to Nokia’s standard, nothing to worry about here. The vibro alert is moderate strength-wise. The N96’s two loudspeakers are pretty average as far as their volume is concerned, in fact on this fro...
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slashphone.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:49
Nokia today unveiled the Nokia N96, a multimedia computer truly optimized for video and TV. With a large 2.8" screen, 16 gigabytes of internal memory and support for high-quality videos in a wide range of formats, the dual-slide Nokia N96 represents an...
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stuff.tv
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2013-11-09 11:23:50
Were frankly intimidated just being in the N96s company – lets hope the battery can cope under the demands of its feature list...
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tech-faq.com
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2013-11-09 11:23:50
The Nokia N96 is the official successor to the Nokia N95 in the Nseries of Nokia smart phones. It is a dual slider that packs a whopping 16GB of internal storage. One can also add more storage via the microSD slot. This translates to up to 40 hours of...
Good 2.8 inch QVCA display ,Integrated DVB-H mobile TV tuner ,5 mega pixel camera ,16GB internal storage...
Bad A bit pricey ,Short on battery life...
Bottom line The Nokia N96 is a very solid phone. One of its best qualities is the TV tuner. The screen display is crisp and clear as well. The price may scare some off, but the Nokia N96 is well worth the price tag.
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