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  1. #1
    darren
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    If you enjoy symbian series 60 compatible software ( the type that works
    fine on models upto the Fabulous but slow 6600) DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON AN
    "N SERIES the security that is built in will prevent you from adding ANY to
    the handset
    I own a N70 , 6600 , 3650 and although the N70 has a far better camera the
    software
    compatibility issue is a major problem if your looking for a software
    platform mobile
    you cant beat the nokia 6600

    oh and N series dont play WAV files either and they use rsDVMMC (reduced
    size Dual Voltage Multi Media Card) so you cant use your old memory cards

    lots of people say the 6600 crashes alot and takes ages to boot up but
    when it does work it wow no bloody comparison





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  2. #2
    BT News
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    Re: Dont touch the N series nokia models

    darren wrote:
    > If you enjoy symbian series 60 compatible software ( the type that works
    > fine on models upto the Fabulous but slow 6600) DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON AN
    > "N SERIES the security that is built in will prevent you from adding ANY to
    > the handset
    > I own a N70 , 6600 , 3650 and although the N70 has a far better camera the
    > software
    > compatibility issue is a major problem if your looking for a software
    > platform mobile
    > you cant beat the nokia 6600
    >
    > oh and N series dont play WAV files either and they use rsDVMMC (reduced
    > size Dual Voltage Multi Media Card) so you cant use your old memory cards
    >
    > lots of people say the 6600 crashes alot and takes ages to boot up but
    > when it does work it wow no bloody comparison


    I think you need to do some more research, as all of the statements you
    make in your post are incorrect.

    - You can use series 609 software in the N70 ... so whats the problem there?

    - You can add software to play WAV files

    - Some of the N series use MiniSD, DV RSMMC is different but thats not
    an excuse to not use them.

    - If your phone doesn't boot, crashes then take it for service to be
    reflashed.

    Overall the N series are much better than the older s60 products.



  3. #3
    Tero Lehto
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    Re: Dont touch the N series nokia models

    darren wrote:
    > I own a N70 , 6600 , 3650 and although the N70 has a far better
    > camera the software compatibility issue is a major problem if your
    > looking for a software
    > platform mobile you cant beat the nokia 6600


    This is not correct information. Almost all appilications I've tested, and
    there are tens of them, have worked just fine on N70.

    N90 is a bit more difficul t case, because it has a different display
    resolution (352 x 416 pixels instead of 176 x 208 pixels in older models).
    But I've noticed at least operators and commercial software publishers have
    started supporting N90 too.

    Future NSeries phones (N71, N80, N91 and N92) can have more compatibility
    issues, because they are based on Symbian v9. This means developers have to
    build new versions for these new phones.

    This same also applies to Symbian v9 phones from other vendors, such as Sony
    Ericsson M600, P990 and W950.

    > oh and N series dont play WAV files either and they use rsDVMMC
    > (reduced size Dual Voltage Multi Media Card) so you cant use your old
    > memory cards


    Nokia has used DV RS-MMC cards even before N70. For example 6630 and 6680
    use them too.

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    Tero Lehto
    http://lehto.net/tero/





  4. #4
    base1001
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    nokia is never going to release the other n series phones. they will still be "coming soon" next year at this time. nokia has great ideas they just don't deliver.



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