Tuesday, August 14, 2007

The Nokia N95


The release of the Nokia N95 in mid March of this year, went almost unnoticed in the hype surrounding the debut of the iPhone. The phone was released with the tag line "It's what computers have become" and with the S60 software running on Symbian OS, it truly is a mini-computer in your hands. This smartphone has a integrated GPS receiver, built-in Wifi, built-in 5 Megapixel (2592 x 1944) digital camera with Carl Zeiss Optics as well as a frontal CIF camera for video calls, a media player and several other advanced features.

Another unique feature that I almost forgot to mention is that the Nokia N95 is among the few to support a 4GB MicroSD / MicroSDHC memory card.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

is HERE ANY PLACE WHERE I CAN DOWNLAOD FREE MOBILE GAMES FOR MY NOKIA N95. i KNOW ONLY youpark.
cAN ANYONE SUGGEST ME ANY OTHER WEBSTE

Hor ny Ang Moh said...

Hallo! So hows is the phone usage now? Good to use? Have a nice day!

David Chen said...

It really does look great and pack with tons of features! I am a huge Nokia fan and N95 sure will be great addition under my arsenal. iPhone isn't that bad either, but way too price and too much beta problems right now. I will see how these 2 perform next few months before I make purchase. Nice blog BTW Adam!

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