Nokia N95 Mobile Phone: a Fiery Giant

By: Elaina

September 2006, a giant was unveiled. In March 2007, it was unleashed onto the world. The Nokia N95 mobile phone got released amidst much fun and fair and was one of the most anticipated handsets ever since its announcement. In consonance with its tagline, the handset's advent into the market only proved that computers can actually take that small a shape.

Nokia immediately started shipping its masterpiece into foreign shores that included Europe, Asia and Middle East. In the United States of America, the handset was sold only through Nokia flagship stores or its website, and no US carriers got to sell it. Soon, newer versions of the N95 mobile phone were announced, which supported AT&T/Cingular's 850/1900 MHz W-DMA bands. An updated 8 GB version too was announced for both the Asian and European markets. There is one significant difference that one would notice in the UK version of the phone though. The VoIP facility has been disabled from the phone and Nokia has installed their own firmware and has not used the Nokia generic software.

An integrated GPS receiver has been installed in this handset that provides free maps to the users. These can be downloaded either over the air or through the phone's built-in Wifi. Voice navigation and individual city maps are also available but after shelling out some fee for the services.

The media player in the Nokia N95 mobile phone is a fully capable one that supports a wide range of musical formats. It even boatss of a built in stereo speakers, as well as a RealPlayer application that enables you to play videos on this handset. The web browser of the phone is capable enough to provide its users with a high speed mobile internet experience. VoIP software and functionality is also included, though a few of the service providers have barrd tis service.

The Nokia N95 mobile phone is one fiery beast that is a notch above the rest, and its abundant capabilities are enough to drive home the fact to everyone that reads the above.

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