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Nokia N95 $1096.45

Posted By: vincent, posted 2007/04/29 10:16
If you are chasing the latest mobile phone look no further than the Nokia N95, They have only been released for a few weeks. If you have to have one, They normally retail for $1150 to $1300.

Retails at $1195 @ OrganiserWorld - http://www.ow.com.au
Retails at $1256 @ Dick Smith Electronics - http://www.dse.com.au

Features
5 Megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and autofocus
Built-in GPS Navigation with maps application covering over 100 countries and 15 million location highlights.
A2DP Bluetooth wireless technology
Connect through WLAN or HSDPA
Digital music player supports MP3,AAC,M4A,WMA,eAAC
Up to 7 hours playback
Stereo FM radio (87.5-108MHz)
Integrated stereo hands free speaker
Synchronization of Calendar, Contacts, To-do, Notes, E-mail
System: WCDMA HSDPA 2100 and EGSM850⁄900⁄1800⁄1900 MHz
User Interface: S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 3.1
Dimensions: 99 x 53 x 19-21 mm (L x W x H), 90 cc Weight: 120 g
Standby time: Up to 215 hrs Talk time: Up to 160 mins
Display: 2.6 inch QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) with up to16 million colors Memory: up to 160MB internal memory and support for hot swap MicroSD card
Shipped with Mapping Application, Nokia Maps. Maps can be downloaded automatically over your network, or can be manually downloaded via PC
Maps for over 100 countries are free to download but are upgradable 'over the air' to Premium Navigation which includes turn by turn Voice guidance.
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$1,096.45Get deal
  • pow umop apisdn2007/04/30 01:54:14
    Thanks for this Vincent :) I'm quoting Admin here, as we're a bit vague about Porta Gadgets and as he says, any feedback is useful:

    Admin
    Have you bought anything from these guys yet? They've popped up on the radar here before as having some unbeleivable prices but we've not listed anything becuase we cant verify how legit they are. The company has a Sinagapore HQ but the local service agent in Oz is supposed to be Exceltek.com.au. Couple of things that concern us are:

    They dont hold local stock. All orders are shipped out of, we assume, their Singapore distrib office. The models you buy are international ones (which shouldnt make any difference except maybe for plugs)

    They state that they only accept payment by wire transfer, direct deposit, moneybookers or emocorp, but this doesnt marry up with the icons they display on the home page which show visa.

    They do not provide refunds or exchanges.

    They state that the warranty on items is directly with Porta Gadgets unless they specifically dont offer a warranty, but this doesnt marry up with the phone deal you've posted which states that its under a manufacturer warranty.

    The site is also pretty confusing when you start reading the various different blurbs they have on it. On one hand they say you cover the cost or returns and then in a different section they state that you pay the first $20 and they cover the rest .... and I could go on.

    So anyway - we'd love to have feedback from anyone who's used them before or knows anything about them - because if they're legit they have some absolutely stunning prices.
  • vincent2007/04/30 02:06:08
    pow umop apisdn
    Thanks for this Vincent :) I'm quoting Admin here, as we're a bit vague about Porta Gadgets and as he says, any feedback is useful:


    Since Porta Gadgets product integrity is questionable. I rather not see any consumers take the risk.

    I will move the link to PHDsites PhoneShop, Although they are $76 more expensive. Their business is Australia based and owned by PHDsites Pty Limited, The phone is stated to be sourced in Australia and carries full Australian warranty. It is still a healthy saving from the in-store retail prices.

    I have dealt with PHDsites previously and I have no problems with their service.
  • pow umop apisdn2007/04/30 02:47:30
    Thanks for the information and feedback Vincent :) The link is now to the Phone Shop ;)
  • nod2007/04/30 04:25:47
    You posted more deals yesterday that I did Vincent
    I can see you are itching to win that bonus :D
    The Nokia N95 certainly has been a hot little item recently. If you search the forum you will see a few other deals posted regarding the N95. Some with a better price than Phoneshop but there was issues with one order
    But this is still an ok price
  • admin2007/04/30 05:13:48
    vincent;4298
    Since Porta Gadgets product integrity is questionable. I rather not see any consumers take the risk.

    I will move the link to PHDsites PhoneShop, Although they are $76 more expensive. Their business is Australia based and owned by PHDsites Pty Limited, The phone is stated to be sourced in Australia and carries full Australian warranty. It is still a healthy saving from the in-store retail prices.

    I have dealt with PHDsites previously and I have no problems with their service.



    Nice one vincent. Its that fine line isnt it. Great price from one merchant but no surety of what happens after the 'submit' button.

    I've gotta add that our analysis of Porta Gadget is based on what we've seen at their site, so is simply a statement of fact. We havent yet had any user feedback on them so its a judgement call for anyone who takes the plunge and buys off them.

    In any case, buying Australian is always ethically a good thing even if it costs a little bit more - provided that the local merchant is reputable .....!
  • vincent2007/04/30 16:47:15
    nod
    You posted more deals yesterday that I did Vincent
    I can see you are itching to win that bonus :D
    The Nokia N95 certainly has been a hot little item recently. If you search the forum you will see a few other deals posted regarding the N95. Some with a better price than Phoneshop but there was issues with one order
    But this is still an ok price


    Haha, Really :w00t: , Is there a way to check the deals or score tally?
  • vincent2007/04/30 16:47:52
    admin
    Nice one vincent. Its that fine line isnt it. Great price from one merchant but no surety of what happens after the 'submit' button.

    I've gotta add that our analysis of Porta Gadget is based on what we've seen at their site, so is simply a statement of fact. We havent yet had any user feedback on them so its a judgement call for anyone who takes the plunge and buys off them.

    In any case, buying Australian is always ethically a good thing even if it costs a little bit more - provided that the local merchant is reputable .....!


    Well said, Agree :)
  • jayne2007/04/30 17:18:16
    vincent;4352
    Haha, Really :w00t: , Is there a way to check the deals or score tally?


    You can easily count how many deals people have posted - if you go to the front page, you can view all deals by simply hitting the [COLOR=Blue]filter button[/COLOR]. I think this shows all deals in reverse chronoligal order. So you can count them that way. OR if you click your [COLOR=Blue]username [/COLOR]on the front page, this shows all your deals - but that excludes the expired ones I believe.

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