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Nokia N95 - Review and specifications

Nokia N95 - Review and specifications
-- Nokia N95 Mobile Phone



The Nokia N95 is a terrific product which encases a number of features within it. Its features include integrated GPS, 5 megapixel camera, 150MB of internal memory and also connectivity options in plenty. It is a smart phone and a slim and light one when compared to the earlier phones brought out by Nokia.

A push on the bottom of the phone moves the screen up to reveal the entire keypad. Speakers with quality stereo sound are fitted on both sides of the phone. It has advanced multi media capacity including a 3.5 mm headphone jack. It also has Bluetooth, wi-fi and a slider design which works both ways. Pushing it up reveals the alphanumeric keypad while sliding it down exposes the media control players.

The Nokia N95 has a 2.6inch QVGA TFT screen with a 16 million color output and 320×240 pixel resolutions. Text and images come out sharp and distinct with great color. The Nokia N95 phone is short and stout with 3.8 inches in length by 2.1 inches in width. It is 0.8 inch thick and weighs a comfortable 4.2 ounces. It also has a soft-touch finish at the back of the device which has a good feel about it. Not to mention the silver color of the phone that gives it a particularly classy look.

It can also record VGA-quality video and is a ‘symbian’ smartphone too. Its only disadvantage is that it has a poor battery life with pricing slightly on the higher side. Also the Nokia N95 is ineffective for web browsing and data transfer on the United States’ 3G network. The dual system is an innovative design but could be a little more secure. The cover moved around a bit as a result of which it opened easily when put in handbags or pockets.

The Nokia N95‘s navigation controls are easy to use though the toggle and the ring around the buttons could have been slightly bigger. The buttons of the numeric keypad are raised above the phone’s surface, which makes it easier to dial by feel. On the whole the Nokia N95 is a compact phone and an attractive one at that.

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Saturday, September 13, 2008

Nokia N95 - Review and specifications

Nokia N95 - Review and specifications
-- Nokia N95 Mobile Phone



The Nokia N95 is a terrific product which encases a number of features within it. Its features include integrated GPS, 5 megapixel camera, 150MB of internal memory and also connectivity options in plenty. It is a smart phone and a slim and light one when compared to the earlier phones brought out by Nokia.

A push on the bottom of the phone moves the screen up to reveal the entire keypad. Speakers with quality stereo sound are fitted on both sides of the phone. It has advanced multi media capacity including a 3.5 mm headphone jack. It also has Bluetooth, wi-fi and a slider design which works both ways. Pushing it up reveals the alphanumeric keypad while sliding it down exposes the media control players.

The Nokia N95 has a 2.6inch QVGA TFT screen with a 16 million color output and 320×240 pixel resolutions. Text and images come out sharp and distinct with great color. The Nokia N95 phone is short and stout with 3.8 inches in length by 2.1 inches in width. It is 0.8 inch thick and weighs a comfortable 4.2 ounces. It also has a soft-touch finish at the back of the device which has a good feel about it. Not to mention the silver color of the phone that gives it a particularly classy look.

It can also record VGA-quality video and is a ‘symbian’ smartphone too. Its only disadvantage is that it has a poor battery life with pricing slightly on the higher side. Also the Nokia N95 is ineffective for web browsing and data transfer on the United States’ 3G network. The dual system is an innovative design but could be a little more secure. The cover moved around a bit as a result of which it opened easily when put in handbags or pockets.

The Nokia N95‘s navigation controls are easy to use though the toggle and the ring around the buttons could have been slightly bigger. The buttons of the numeric keypad are raised above the phone’s surface, which makes it easier to dial by feel. On the whole the Nokia N95 is a compact phone and an attractive one at that.

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