Nokia N95: the Future is Here

By: Samuel Herrick

The Nokia N95 has raised quite a few eyebrows when its specifications were released. On papers, they sounded like a dream. When the real thing was launched - it was even better. The mobile phone surpassed many of the current 'barriers' and has set new standards for others to follow in the future. The Nokia N95 has literally everything the represents the cream of present day mobile technology. From a highest ever integrated camera module to data connectivity faster than 3G - the Nokia N95 is the handset of all handsets.

Nokia N95 comes in a clever two way slider opening mechanism. The phone can be opened either way which provides the user with a keypad when the screen is moved up and a set of multimedia controls when the screen is moved down. The TFT screen is 2.6 inches, and can produce 16 million colours across 240 x 320 pixel resolution display. For a S60 platform based Symbian smartphone, the Nokia N95's weight of 120 grams is next to nothing while others with lesser features are much more bulky.

The Nokia N95 is a complete multimedia device. A massive 5.0 megapixel camera with lens from Carl Zeiss optics and all imaging goodies one can think of makes it a direct competitor of traditional digital cameras. From autofocus to a full fledged image/video editor. The handset records almost DVD like video at 30 frames per second. Integrated media player of the Nokia N95 is one of the best in the business.

Coupled by features to aid its musical skills like media control keys, 3.5 mm audio jack, A2DP Bluetooth profile and a massive 160 Mb internal memory further increased by a complimentary 128 Mb microSD card - the Nokia N95 is your mobile jukebox. There is also a TV out to watch videos on a larger screen and a FM radio to catch your favourite programs.

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