Nokia being the world leader in mobile telecommunication has brought a new and most advanced cell phone in its N series portfolio. You can call the Nokia N95 as a business or multimedia phone. Endowed with 3G technology, multimedia, advanced camera and external memory card – the phone is all set to please you in every aspect.
The dual slider phone is very intuitive – when you slide up the phone, user-friendly keypad is displayed and when pushed downward, you can access media keypad. As far as media keys are concerned, it could have been placed on the side of the keypad, there is no need for a separate media keypad, as there are few buttons on that.
On the side of the phone, you can see camera button and another button that allows you to directly browse the gallery. On the other side, you can see options like microSD slot, the infrared port, AV outlet and speaker. The camera lens is located on the rear side. However, the camera display is brilliant – it has 2.6-inch display with a resolution of 320x240 pixels and 16 million colors. Though the Nokia N95 is considered as the most advanced phone, yet it has similar resolution to that of E – series phones.
Cell phone features:
The Nokia N95 is endowed with several advanced features, but I would like to start with display. Yes, you can use the phone in either portrait or landscape mode. When you slide out the media keypad, the screen automatically changes to landscape mode. So, while watching videos or browsing the Internet, you can enjoy the real view.
From business point of view, the Nokia N95 offers a gamut of features such as QuickOffice and allows you to access Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. The phone also features PDF viewer and Zip software. In addition, the cell phone has Series 60 OS and you can download new applications easily.
In addition to the above features, the phone features basic functions such as notes, reminders, and calculator, etc. The Nokia N95 lacks does not have a business card reader.
The sound quality of the Nokia N95 music player is really awesome. The EQ is quite intuitive and you can adjust it easily for fine-tuning. In addition, the 3.5mm AV jack is really good. And if you are using the Nokia microphone, you can attend calls while listening or watching videos.
The Nokia N95 offers a high quality 5.0 MP camera. It has an auto focus Carl Zeiss Lens and also comes attached with LED flash, but it has no optical zoom as the Nokia N73. Camera quality is really good and if you want to take close up pictures then the Nokia N95 is really good.
Technology and Phone Memory:
The phone technology has really been upgraded. The Nokia N95 runs on Symbian OS 9.2. It’s a real Smartphone and comes equipped with HSDPA (3.5G) for fast downloading. It also has EDGE connectivity. The RSS feed feature keeps you updated with the latest news and other things. In addition, the Nokia N95 also supports push email.
As far as Internet connectivity is concerned, you can use either EDGE or Wi-Fi. The phone also offers VOIP feature that allows you to call on the Internet. The phone also offers Bluetooth and GPS services. As far as phone memory is concerned, the Nokia N95 has 160MB of internal memory, and comes with 1GB external card. So, download more music, videos and games without worrying about phone space.
The Nokia N95 cell phone has Li-ion 950 mAH battery. But it is the bitter truth that the phone battery really sucks. With numerous business and media features, a low quality battery is really the problem. The batter only gives you 5 hours of talk time, which is really not up to the mark.
· Network: Quad band, GPRS, EDGE, 3G HSDPA
· Dimension: 99x53x21 mm, 120g
· Memory: 160MB internal memory, MicroSD card (1GB)
· Media: MP3, AAC, FM, 3GP, MP4, Voice Recording, TV-Out
· Camera: 5MP with Carl Zeiss Lens, Autofocus, VGA, Srcondary CIF Videocall camera
· Connectivity: USB 2.0, Bluetooth, A2DP, IR, GPS receiver, QuickOffice, JAVA MIDP
· Battery: 220 hours stand by, 5 hours of talk time