Nokia N91 8GB

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  1. r2d2

    r2d2 New Member

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    Any news about the updated Nokia n91 8gb phone regarding price and
    availability.


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  2. montsa007

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    dude ppl are angry wid the 4gb model
    so many hard disc crashes
    no dealer wants to buy it as a 2nd hand 1
    and u are shedding a terror by askin 4 a 8gb model stop it man and wake up
     
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    Probably the 8gb model might have have a flash memory like the w950i
     
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    montsa007 ~Bulletproof Monk~

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    but still yaar loog 4gb se pareshaan hai aur tum 8gb demand kar rahe ho?
    i know a samsung fone wid 4gb flash based memory
    \but its samsung yaar so noone will buy it
     
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    I know a Samsung phone with 10 GB memory though it is most probably a prototype.
     
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    I agree with 007...the 4gb hard disk N91 was a major headache...I know 3 friends of mine who faced hard crashes and constant hanging problems etc...I guess any mobile phone with a hard disk is bound to crash especially with the chances of a mobile falling are a plenty and obviously the hard disk can't take so many falls, until they come up with some kind of technology for the hard disks to withstand falls...but I guess that'd cost a small fortune.
     
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    its available for $699 here, but thats here
    and i'd stay away if i were you, i owned an n91 a while back...GOD!
    it was nothing but BS....
    thees also a samsung 8gb model, and it runs on flash memory AND is the same price....so thats a much better option....not to forget W950i.....
     
  8. krazyfrog

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    Everybody is cursing the N91. But guys don't you think that a device with a hard drive is bound to crash if its user frequently drops it? Do you think it N91's fault to crash after falling from a height of 5 feet? I don't think so! In fact the user is solely responsible in this case. Do you expect it to work happily even after such rough usage? Now thats being a bit too demanding on technology, especially one thats as old as hard drives. Even a regular phone would get damaged by this usage. For a device with such sophistication, it demands a little more care from its user. If a person is not able to handle such a device then he should stop blaming it (and spreading bad rumours about it) and use something that suits his usage pattern. I mean seriously do you expect an iPod to run after falling down several times? Then why expect that from N91. Or maybe you define a mobile phone as 'a device that falls frequently'.
     
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    From what i have seen in some other forums most n91 problems are caused by installing the active theme on the hard drive (use phone main memory instead), outdated firmware or buggy applications. Few people have actually encountered hard disk related problems. Also one of the test nokia did was to drop the phone 300 times to test the hard drive reliability. So the hd should not be that bad.


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    i agree with krazy

    n91 is not the kinda phone meant for rough use

    if u are too clumsy to handle a mobile phone get a 1100
     
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    dude people arent fools to drop their fone
    hard disc crash is like a unpredicted weather
    it comes anytime,while installin apps,listenin music,at bootup
    so best thing is f*** the hell n91
    even if u wanna sell it no buyer is ready to buy it specially the shop owners
    instead buy the sony 8gb walla model its not a prototype
    its for sale on ebay the model is from i series maybe i300,i310
    watever its flash based and made for nasty music lovers
     
  12. mostwanted

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    dat n91 is a headache...damn thing keeps on crashing
     
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