Nokia N95: One of the Giant in Mobile Industry!

By: Alden Jerry

Mobile Phones in the last decade have transformed from a status symbol to a very important gadget for any individual. It is no more a mere tool of communication; rather it has transformed into a music store, radio, a camera, a video player along with 3G Bandwidth, where one can watch his favorite video and TV online. Mobile Phones have come a long way now, making our lives easier.

While there are so many companies manufacturing this important gadget, Nokia stands tall among all. The recently launched N-Series mobile phones have revolutionized the mobile world. The Nokia N95 is probably the best equipped phone in today's mobile market. The N95 represents the crown of the entire Nokia portfolio with its ultra modern features.

Among its features are an integrated GPS module, HSDPA support, and a very handy 3.5 mm jack connector for earphones. It runs on Symbian Operating System v9.2, with an S 60 3rd Edition platform with Feature Pack 1. The phone uses a two-way slider to access either media playback buttons or a keypad. Opening and closing the cover activates and deactivates the camera. A secondary QVGA resolution camera is located on the front of the device, just above the display, and is intended for 3G video calling.

The stylish Nokia N95 is not only coupled with all of the aforementioned features but also has a spectacular design. With an 8GB inbuilt memory Polyphonic (64 channels), Monophonic and True Tones, MP3, GPRS, Bluetooth, Infrared, Browser, Games and much more. It has a strong battery backup of 6.5 hours of talk time. The N95 is a super phone, it can pick even the weak signals with ease. It also gives you awesome 3G live video calling in some places.

Nokia also offers contract phones. Apart from the N95, other models which are available on contract are N81, 8600, 7500 and many more. They are offered online and are cheaper as well. Nokia has indeed become the crown jewel of the smartphone world!

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