Nokia N95 - Experience Mobile Power.

By: Adam Caitlin

Eversince the release of Nokia N95, it has been one of the most anticipated and highly coveted smartphones. The phone is impressive in design and scores equally high due to its neat ergonomics and contemporary features. Nokia N95 is a smart looking dual- slider phone that is empowered with rich functionalities such as - 5 Megapixels camera, also capable of recording VGA-quality video, strong media player, integrated GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Considering the fact that Nokia N95 is loaded with such functionalities, its small size really casts an impressive look. The Nokia N95 measures a compact 3.8 inches long by 2.1 inches wide by 0.8 inch thick and weighs only 4.2 ounces. The phone is garbed with silver and plum colour scheme, and though not be very svelte and sexy, it does extend a stocky robust look.

The innovative two way dual slider is worth appreciation. Not only can you slide the front cover up to reveal the alphanumeric keypad, you can also slide it down to expose the media player controls. Like most slider phones, the Nokia N95 is also dominated with a screen (on its front). The gorgeous 2.6-inch QVGA TFT screen with a 16 million-color output and 320x240 pixel resolution is a real real. This means photos come out more clearer, crisper and apt. There are also options to customize the look of the screen.

Since the Nokia N95 is a multimedia phone, Nokia smartly equipped the phone with a 3.5mm headset jack for better listening experience. Further, the phone has dedicated keys for volume adjustment, camera activation button, shortcut to the photo gallery, power connector and mini USB port.

The camera comes with a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens. Its quality is impressive and includes host of customization and editing options. You can adjust the brightness, contrast, white balance, color tone, ISO light sensitivity, and exposure value. Further, there is also an option for ed-eye reduction option. The phone can record video at a maximum VGA resolution (640x480) at 30 frames per second. As a multimedia computer, the Nokia N95 isn't limited to just pictures and video. There's also an integrated music player that supports MP3, WMA, W4A, AAC, AAC+, and eAAC+ files, as well as OMA DRM 2.0- and WMDRM-protected songs.

In performance Nokia N95 is satisfactory. Multimedia is its forte and is quite good in terms of usability. The Nokia N95 is rated for four hours of talk time and up to nine days of standby time.




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