Nokia N95: Slide Open and Explore

By: Caitlin Lucy

Raving into the world of mobile technology, Nokia's N series phones have really changed the communication world. Featuring unparalleled multimedia and productivity tools, these feature rich handsets not only let you stay connected, they also keep you entertained whenever and wherever you go. Whether its about camera, music or business features - Nokia has made everything possible in its N series portfolio. With the successful launch of the N series phones, Nokia has now once again added a new gem in the same series, the Nokia N95.

Built on dual slider mechanism, users can easily switch to different modes. Slide up the phone and get easy access to the numeric keypad and when you slide down - get access to multimedia features.

Power packed with GPS, a 5.0 mega-pixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss optics and 4GB of hard drive - you can do many things together. Explore new places with the GPS navigation system, capture high quality pictures or download heavy multimedia files - the Nokia N95 is ready for everything. Boasting a QVGA 16 million colour screen with 3D graphics - the phone provides a crystal clear interface for viewing 3G features with ease. Capture some treasured moments on the move. And with another VGA camera, you can capture video footage or can make 3G video calls.

The GPS technology that contains a database of more than 100 countries and 15 million locations navigate you to the place where you want to go. With Nokia N95, you can definitely expect high quality digital sound. Integrated with music player, the phone allows you to download music in several popular music formats such as MP3 and AAC. Download songs and play music on the go. Tune in to the FM radio station and listen to all time hit music. Moreover, the handset provides connectivity ease and broadband speed mobile internet. The Nokia N95 is a mini camcorder. Slide open the phone and enter into the world of 3G technology and experience the true potential of it.

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