This serves as a follow-up to my post “N99i Cell Phone – A Knockoff Nokia Model” where I discussed most of the N99i specifications and features. Specifically, What I got for myself is an N99i v9+ model (sold as Toshibo). A CECT variant of N99i is also available but the stock ran out when I went to the store where I got this unit (N99i V9+) from.
Being a cell phone model made in China, the N99i v9+ packs some great features at very affordable prices. In the Philippines, N99i V9+ sells between PhP4,000-5,000 only.
Some features I like are the great sound quality it produces along with the clear TV and FM radio signals. The sad part about the N99i’s multimedia capability is it’s camera. Photos taken by N99i lacks balance in color and clarity. White balance is high by default and when the image resolution becomes higher, the image quality becomes lower even if you set the image quality to HIGH. The optimal camera resolution if you wish to take pictures with this cell phone is 240X320. I still have to do some tweaks on the N99i model. I will update this post if I have tried it for about a week to fully review the features of N99i.
Here are some photos of the N99i v9+
For now, I think N99i is sufficient for my needs as a texter and radioholic. By the way, the arrow keys are hard to press.