Nokia N95 Orange: a Highly Coveted Mobile Phone

By: Gale Weathers

Nokia N95 mobile phone has joined the league of Nokia's highly functional N series mobile phone handset. It is the flagship of much acclaimed Nokia mobile phones and has managed to supersede computers. It puts forward plethora of amazing features, which includes astounding music capabilities, wonderful imaging capabilities, browsing capabilities, multimedia features and many more. You can check your emails, right on your mobile phone handset. The best part about this deal is that now you can have this ultimate mobile phone handset along with nominal deals, offered by Orange. It can make your mobile telephony a lucrative affair. On top of that there is no need to compromise over functionality of the mobile phone device.

Here is all you need to know about Nokia N95 Orange mobile phone device.

The Nokia N95 mobile phone has become a real success in some recent times. For many it is a dream to catch this awesome mobile phone device. This highly functional mobile phone device operates on 2G and 3G network technology and thus offers high speed data transfers to the users. The dimensions of the Nokia N95 mobile phone device are 99 by 53 by 21cc and weigh 120 g. Its TFT screen exhibits 16million vibrant colours and make viewing images, as well as text a real pleasure. On technological front, it comprises of class 10 GPRS, EDGE, HSCSD and WLAN.

The 5 mega pixel camera of Nokia N95 mobile phone with Carl Zeiss optics, auto focus, digital zoom, video recording capabilities, flash and many more produces stunning life like images. It has A-GPS function, built-in GPS receiver, dual slide design and installed maps application. The MP3 player can play music in various popular file formats like MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA player. You can store everything, as per your wishes, this handset has ample memory along with an expandable memory card slot. With the pocket friendly Orange deals, it becomes all the more alluring for you.

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