Wow... some fierce discussion here. I'll throw in my little thoughts....
Memory card vs. internal. I personally prefer the idea of being able to remove the memory. It provides more options.
The argument of file sharing is limited, as if you're sharing with another N95 user, then you would not be able to copy the file to your own memory card if you have to swap cards with them to swap files... but there are instances where you could take the card out and transfer to a PC, assuming you have a suitable card slot available. Chances are, you'd still need the uSD to SD converter, and therefore you could just as easily use a standard USB cable!?! I think we're basically chasing our own tails on this one.
2.8" screen - every little counts. But with battery life at a premium, who can afford to run the larger screen? OK, so the battery is larger capacity, but come on - who can honestly say this increase isn't just a marketing gimmick?
More RAM - someone said this would also use more power - I fail to see how, but perhaps that's just my ignorance of how these things work. I would have thought with intelligent power managment, and the small amounts of memory we're talking about, that any difference would be negligable.
Camera lens cover... hmmm... that's just daft. The only reason I can think of is to stop the thing draining the battery when you accidentally open the cover in your pocket. No cover = no means of opening it accidentally.
So... Will Nokia be making any other improvements? Probably, but then again I'm guessing that bug fixes will be common accross both. The interesting thing will be to see if they provide extra features which we won't get on the original.
Interesting statement by someone else here... no continuous playback on MP3 tracks. I had found gaps in music which should have been continuous, but had assumed this was something I had done wrong in the transfer of the music in the first place. At least I don't have to research this one now! Would be nice if we can get them to fix this!
Overall - it's a fantastic toy, and no-one can convince me otherwise. It has failings, most obviously with battery, but again referring to someone else's comment - buy it with your eyes wide open, and it's just great.
P.S. Still waiting for FW V12 for my particular model... come on Nokia... I want to upgrade!
"I would rather have the built in memory than having to carry uSDs"
Yes, uSDs are quite large to carry
Fact is that you get printers etc electronics currently with cheap price, having MC slot. Do you get printers currently where you can print with uPNP?
"QVGA screen the same size as the N95 8GB. For videos it's better"
Do you really have so good quality mobile videos available?
"full quality for N91 is about 400 MB, the same movie at full quality in QVGA is about 900 MB"
Same resolution, do you see the difference? Or something you believe looks better? How about streaming full quality?