Nokia N95: as Good as it Gets

By: Caitlin Lucy

The Nokia N Series has changed the dynamics of the multimedia mobile phone markets across the world. Each member of this highly acclaimed line up from the Finnish manufacturers are synonymous with extraordinary mobile imaging and music apart from high end 3G connectivity. Incorporating almost every premier functions and a multi mega pixel camera, the Nokia N95 is the rightful leader of the N series. The Nokia N95 is nothing less than a dream. This multi-talented smart phone comes in an ultra sleek silver casing. The handset has an unique two way sliding mechanism - an upward sliding action to reveal the number pad just like any other slider and a downward slide to access dedicated media function keys.



The handset is fitted with a 2.6 inch TFT display that can produce more than 16 million colours. The Nokia N95's weight of 120 grams is unbelievable considering all the built in technology and capabilities. The most compelling feature of the Nokia N95 is its 5.0 mega pixel camera. Such high spec cameras are previously unheard in any mobile phone. The much talked about rivalry between camera phones and traditional digital cameras has tilted in favour of camera phones due to handsets like Nokia N95 because it has the ability to produce 'real' pictures that can compete with those taken by digital camcorders.

Presence of zoom, integrated LED flash, auto focus, special effects and picture/video editor gives a definitive edge to the Nokia N95. The Nokia N95 is also a great communicator with unmatched connectivity tools embedded within. This Symbian Operated smart phone supports Quad band GSM network as well as HSDPA (3G). The handset can take part in video calls wherever network supports it. The Nokia N95 is also a great music player with an integrated media player compatible with a host of formats and a handsome memory size of 160 Mb inbuilt and up to 2 GB external memory card support.

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