Nokia N95: your Multimedia Computer

By: Adam Caitlin

In the N series portfolio, Nokia introduces a new mobile device, the Nokia N95 - a complete multimedia computer with a host of premium features. Built on 2-way slider concept, the device comes equipped with a 5.0 mega-pixel camera, GPS functionality, impeccable mobile connectivity options, music and video features, and lots more.

The device brings a comprehensive range of multimedia features together in a slim profile. The compact mobile phone fits easily in the pocket - and can definitely replace stand-alone devices. Whatever you need: a music player, digital camera, navigation device or more - the incorporates all these in its compact mobile casing.

With its unique 2-way slider concept, the device provides easy-to-use options for accessing different modes such as playing music to searching new locations or watching new videos with a simple slide. Get instant access to numeric keypad and dedicated media keys, when you slide open the device in upward and downward direction. Featuring a powerful 3D graphics, the device provides an excellent interface that makes it easier in finding new features and services.

The Nokia N95 offers superb quality digital camera with Carl-zeiss optics. Take pictures and videos with a 5.0 mega-pixel camera. You can also view videos and images on a compatible television - thanks to the TV-Out feature and support of Universal Plug and Play (UpnP) technology. And, with HSDPA, WCDMA, WLAN and EDGE - get excellent mobile coverage as well as speeds, wherever you go. Browsing and downloading of multimedia files have also become easier with 3G technology.

Moreover, the device offers excellent entertainment options with a wide 2.6 inch QVGA screen at 16 million colours, 3D graphics, 3D stereo effect, audio jack, support of microSD card and a mini USB cable for swift data connectivity. All-in-all, the mini camcorder from Nokia lives up to everyone's expectations. For information about Please visit our site.

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