Nokia N95: the Super Device for Super Performance

By: Carlodanie Janee

The latest addition to Nokia's high performance Nokia N-series multimedia devices, the Nokia N95 defies description. You wonder is it an iPod? Is it a computer? is it a camcorder or is it a music system? No it is a super machine that packs in all these features in an attractive dual slider design. The innovative 2-way slide concept makes it easy to switch between different modes, from reading maps to watching videos. A numeric keypad slides out from one end of the device while dedicated media keys slide out from the opposite direction, converting the display into full screen landscape (wide) mode.

Some of the most striking features of the Nokia N95, is the large 2.6" 240x320 pixel display, a 5 mega pixel camera that has Carl Zeiss Optics with autofocus and digital zoom with a dedicated 2 stage capture button on the side of the phone. You can capture all the action as it happens and view the images at near DVD quality. On the side of the device there are several buttons dedicated to camera usage. This means you can hold the device like a traditional camera with the screen, in landscape mode used as the view finder, making it an amazing camera phone. Your video footage can be played back on the excellent QVGA screen and supported video formats include 3GP, Real Video and MP4 with support for the latest AVC codec.
The will sweeten your experience with its MP3 player and FM radio. The dedicated multimedia keys on the top flip of the phone are primarily designed for music playback. Wireless stereo sound output (via the A2DP Bluetooth profile) is also supported, and stereo audio output is also supported by the TV output feature and the on-board stereo speakers. The music formats supported include MP3, AAC, AAC+ and WMA.
You can store all your music tracks as well as pictures taken with its sharp camera, as the N95 has an impressive 160Mb of Internal memory and this can be expanded with hot swappable microSD cards.

The N95 has Symbian S60 with the usual impressive wide array of applications that come from high-end N series phones. This includes a range of programs to manipulate and share images and video clips, a comprehensive multimedia player, Visual Radio, an advanced web browser, email client, file viewer and a whole load of personal information management tools.

You'd expect that a device with all these features would be enormous, but impressively Nokia have kept the weight down to just 120 grams in a package measuring 99 x 53 x 21mm.
The N95 is Nokia's first HSDPA (3.5G) device, that also boasts of Wi-Fi, WCDMA, quad-band GSM, Bluetooth (including A2DP), IrDA and USB 2.0 connectivity (via mini USB connector).
It also has GPS-based satellite navigation and with Maps application, it is easy to explore the world. Plan your way to new experiences in the world with 100 countries and 15 million points of interest in your pocket.
You can get the innovative from any of the retailers, by entering into a contract deal like a 12 month contract phone deal and get attractive incentives like anytime 500 + 250 Free SMS (12mth), 3 Months FREE Insurance by paying monthly rentals ranging from ? 30 to ? 50.

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