Nokia N95- Good, Better, Best.

By: Adam Caitlin

Buying a good mobile handset is like staying in an elite hotel, where if the experience is remarkable, you would not mind to pay that high premium. The latest super star in the world of mobile phones- the Nokia N95 is one such mobile that offers you an experience 'par - excellence'. Whatever is the requirement- business, personal or entertainment, the Nokia N95 effortlessly caters to all these needs.

The dual sliding beauty, the Nokia N95 is a smartphone that has been optimized to offers a host of multimedia features. Powered by 3G technology, this is the first device in the Nokia N series portfolio that has the HSDPA technology. But the offering is done in a compact yet impressive manner. The handset is slim and can be easily carried or slid under the pockets. On sliding the Nokia N95 upwards, the well laid out keypad is revealed. Each row of keys is on its own ridge and there is good tactile feedback. While, the multimedia functionalities are exposed when the Nokia N95 is slid downwards. Further, the responsive and user friendly 5-way navigation key makes browsing easy.

The little device comes with a host of features to liven a wholesome mobile experience. These includes - a feature packed and application laden software platform - S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1, connectivity options like USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Infrared, GSM, WCDMA, HSDPA and WLAN), integrated camera, media player and 150 MB of internal memory.

The 5 Megapixels camera of Nokia N95 uses Carl Zeiss optics. It also has host of editing and storing options. Camera options now include 4 ISO settings, contrast and sharpness adjustment, and an enhanced burst mode.

One of the most helpful feature in this handset is the GPS service. This is specially beneficial for the professionals who are always in the go. Through this, a person is given turn by turn voice instructions, to find a specific destination or area.

A smart choice indeed, the Nokia N95 is all geared up to pose as the most wanted mobile of the year 2007.

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