Nokia N95: Incredibly Smart

By: Alice Erin


After releasing the smashing performers of the N-series, Nokia added another jewel in its highly acclaimed crown by introducing the Nokia N95. All the little or bigger things are diligently considered before introducing this highly capable gadget, which is just too good for anything. Therefore, the Nokia N95 has been becoming more popular with the each passing day. Actually, after the release of N70, N80 and N93, users were expecting something bigger and better from Nokia and it did really well by introducing this master gizmo or the Nokia N95.

Since its release, the Nokia N95 has literally taken the mobile world with a storm to become a buzz word among innumerable users. As far as connectivity is concerned, the Nokia N95 also supports the HSDPA technology to make various things possible for you. Furthermore, the Nokia N95 also supports the Quad-Band GSM technology, to let you enjoy an unparalleled connectivity. Besides that, there are other compatible features such as GPRS, Bluetooth, and EDGE to offer the best in connectivity.

Like its predecessors, the Nokia N95 is also an amazing camera phone. It is endowed with a 5 mega pixels camera, which is further supported by world-wide renowned Carl Zeiss optic lens - all the right elements for that perfect picture. Although there is another VGA resolution camera, but that one is specifically fitted for video calling. Moreover, you can also enjoy music with its music player, which can play all your favourite songs in various popular formats such as MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC and WMA. You can also watch all your pictures or videos on a big TV screen by connecting your Nokia N95 with its TV out feature. As such, the Nokia N95 is loaded with 160 MB of inbuilt memory, but you can easily enhance it by using an extra memory card to get all the desired space for all your favourite stuff. The Nokia N95 is here to bring that desired comfort in your busy lives.

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