Nokia N95 : Technology at Its Best

By: Elaina

Now that's what you call as technology at its best. Presenting Nokia N95 that surely qualifies as the ultimate gizmo that has recently hit the mobile phone market of UK . This delightfully amazing handset works on a quadband GSM network that supports HSDPA technology for the perfect connectivity. As a symbian series 60 device, it executes a wide range of applications including multimedia player, Web browser, e-mail client, visual radio, document viewer and a couple of organising tools. One of the significant feature of this handset is perhaps its high resolution 5 Mega Pixels camera powered with Carl Zeiss Optical lens, autofocus and flash. There is a secondary VGA resolution camera for the purpose of video calling.

It has a colossal internal memory worth 160 MB that can be further expanded up to 2 GB with MicroSD card. Nokia N95 offers a commendable talk time of up to 6 hours and 30 minutes as well.

You cannot imagine a device better than . Which is why, it has made a lot of viewers go crazy about it and left them bamboozled and moonstruck. Nokia N95 is known to be the best equipped mobile phone available in the contemporary mobile phone market. And to uphold its supremacy, Nokia N95 has recently been bestowed with the prestigious TIPA(Technical Image Press association) award for the best mobile imaging device in Europe for 2007.

When you are looking for music, N95 beats the best music phones in the market with its wonderful music. There are dedicated multimedia keys on the top flip of this gadget that play the music of your choice, and that too at your will. This handset will provide you with an awesome video playback quality. Nokia N95 is all set to conquer your hearts as a gadget par excellence with an ultra advanced and superior technology that leaves you speechless. Put Nokia N95 in your pocket, and get ready to set a style statement with technologically superior gadget. Get ready to groove and become the king of the world!

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