Nokia N95 - the King is Here..

By: Carly

If you have ever been a die hard fan of an N series phone or a Symbian phone, then here is another striking device that will make you go crazy. The Nokia N95 is the most technically advanced smartphone under the genre, that comes loaded with enhanced ergonomics to celebrate the power of multimedia.

The first multimedia feature that you encounter in the Nokia N95 is its massive screen. With particulars of 2.6 inches across, 240 x 320 pixels, and an incredible 16 million colours competency, the screen makes an impression to last for a long time. An ambient light detector is used to control the brightness of the screen, making it usable under most lighting conditions. Besides making the pictures and graphics appear more vivid and bright, it is also provides platform for the Series 60 Symbian interface (version 3.1). The interface is not all easy to operate (like the older Nokia phones), but then simple interface seldom goes with a hi-end smartphone.Next comes the whooping 5 MP camera. The camera is one of the best and comes with Carl-Zeiss optics and Tessar lenses, auto focus, flash and many editing features. The video camera is also outstanding, recording in VGA resolution (640 x 480 pixels) at up to 30 frames per second with stereo audio. Also, there is a second front-facing camera for making video calls.

The other most interesting feature of Nokia N95 is the GPS. A real boon for busy professionals, the GPS enables you to use the phone to track your position either on foot or in-car. The Nokia N95 also makes an impression in terms of design. The handset comes with a dual slider to distinguish between alpha numeric keypad and multimedia functionalities. Other highlights of the Nokia N95 includes - 3G, Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, Infrared, Wireless LAN, TV-Out and a 3.5 mm headphone jack, music player, 160 Mbytes of onboard memory and support for microSD memory cards (up to 2 Gbytes), and many PIM and messaging features.

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