Nokia N95: the Shooting Star

By: Adam Caitlin

The Nokia N95 is the current leader of all camera phones. Though there is a 10 megapixel camera equipped Samsung B600, but nothing much about it is known beyond Korea. The top most model of the highly regarded N series phone is loaded with a 5.0 megapixel camera completed with lens crafted by world renowned Carl Zeiss optics. Regular high end mobile imaging features like autofocus, 20x digital zoom, integrated LED flash, image and video editor finds their place in the smartphone's exhaustive feature list.

Though imaging is a major part of the Nokia N95's popularity, there is more to this S60 based Symbian smartphone. The Nokia N95 is an avid music player. On board media player is compatible with MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA formats. Dedicated keys for music control, a 3.5 mm audio jack for standard headphones, A2DP Bluetooth stereo wireless, expandable memory card slot and other evolved entertainment features like playlist support, audio-video streaming, FM radio with RDS and many more.

The Nokia N95 is one of the strongest communication device available today. While other manufacturers are struggling to keep up with the emerging 3G technology, Nokia N95 features 3.5G features with technologies like HSDPA which is three times as fast as 3G. Non 3G technology like EDGE and GPRS too are very efficient with data connectivity on the go. The Nokia N95 is equipped with DTM, WiFi, UPnP technology and everything else that one needs to remain connected to the virtual world.

With the Nokia N95's built in GPS navigation system, this smartphone is your guide in the real world too. The handset's installed map applications covers over hundred countries so that you never get lost in any part of the globe. This feature will be very beneficial for mobile professionals. Other such useful features aimed at the upwardly mobile classes are TV Output, Office Document Viewer, Push to Talk, Organizer and 3G video calling ability.

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