All the Nokia N95 Style!

By: Matt Sharp

Nokia is one of the most renowned mobile manufacturers in the world. The company is known to produce good looking and sturdy handsets that abound in several great features and tops most people's priority list. Nokia has recently come out with varied handsets and all of them are the most talked about in the town. Nokia N95 is one such high-end phone that has set the market ablaze with its mind blowing specifications and technical features. It is available in the UK along with superb deals that include free gifts that you would definitely love.

This smart 3G phone comes with a dual slide design. The 240 x 320 pixels TFT and 16M colour display in the phone is known to provide a very good screen resolution. It boasts of a colossal internal memory of 160MB which can be expanded up to 2GB, providing users with sufficient space to store all their important and required data in the phone itself. A plethora of connectivity options are available in the Nokia N95, such as GPRS, EDGE, HSCSD, WLAN, USB and Bluetooth. The 5 mega pixels camera with which you can capture all the special moments of your life, is the USP of this brilliantly crafted handset.

The N95 even boasts of a music player that gives a brilliant sound output, and support almost all popular music formats. The other user-friendly features in the handset include Email, MMS, document viewer, FM radio, organizer, TV output, video call etc. All the Nokia N95 fans can now rejoice in this Christmas season as this delectable handset is now available on almost all online mobile shops at never before rates! The phone is accompanied with some scintillating deals that include free talktime, discounted call rates, free SMS, plus a plethora of free gifts, including he likes of PS3, Xbox 360, Bluetooth headset, O2 phone accessories, free insurance and so on. Visit the various mobile shops and cashback and comparison portals to avail these once in a lifetime offer on the occasion of Christmas 2007.

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