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Friday, April 20, 2007

Nokia N95 Reviews

Nokia N95 is one of the most cool and anticipated Nokia smart phone, first release on September 2006. Actually, Nokia did not have plans to over the N95 to the United States, but most of U.S customers requests this phone to be able in U.S, so finally the Nokia company decided to spend this smart phone across the pond.

Nokia N95 was installed high quality 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus abillity, that can also take or record videos with VGA-quality. Also integrated GPS receiver, HSDPA 3G and WiFi 802.11 b/g data support, built-in GPS capabillities covers 100 countries worldwide.
This phone's layer was a large display with 2.6" QVGA (240x320) display that can display 16 millions different color shades. Featured media player with 3.5mm headphone jack, dual-slider design, and bluetooth connection.

This Phone dimension is 100 x 53 x 20 mm (3.9" x 2.1" x 0.8") with weight is 121gr, its somewhat large slider form factor handset. The design was normal silver paint finish if you are looking from front of it, but sides and back of the device make use of a soft touch style deep burgundy color paint that has some elegant feels.
Nokia has done so far better job with a slider mechanism on N95 than it did on N80. The innovatice two-way slider design, not only can slide the front cover up to reveal the keypad, it can also slide down to expose the media controls.

- Elegant design
- Superb 5 Mpix Camera
- Built-in GPS receiver
- Huge TFT screen
- Wi-FiGPS Navigation


- Too loose sliding part
-Too little free RAM
- Poor standby battery life
- The hardware feels a bit cheap

Other reviews (source: reviews

CNET Asia reviews the Nokia N95 (rating: 8/10) and writes ;
“The good:
HSDPA; Wi-Fi; onboard GPS; 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens; 3.5mm audio
jack; mini-USB connector. The bad: Build quality doesn’t justify the premium
price; poor battery life; sluggish performance when multiple applications are
running; premium price. The bottom line: There’s no doubt that the Nokia N95 is
one of the most full-featured smart phones available right now, but its poor
battery life could very well be its Achilles’ heel.”

CNET reviews the
Nokia N95 (rating: 7/10) and writes ;
“The good: The Nokia N95 cell
phone boasts a 5-megapixel camera that produces good-quality photos and videos.
It comes with advanced multimedia capabilities and has a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Symbian smart phone also features integrated GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, and
an innovative two-way slider design. The bad: The N95 lacks support for U.S. 3G
networks; standby battery life is poor; and performance is somewhat sluggish.
The hardware feels a bit cheap, and the sliding mechanism could be more secure.
It’s also very expensive. The bottom line: With a 5-megapixel camera, advanced
multimedia capabilities, and GPS, there’s no doubt that the Nokia N95 is one of
the most feature-packed smart phones to date, but poor battery life and sluggish
performance makes it hard to justify the high price tag. “

MobileTechReview reviews the Nokia N95 (rating: 4.5/5) and writes ;
“Pro: Good smartphone features, fantastic camera that’s far ahead of the
pack, great video, decent GPS, reliable WiFi with easy connection management,
fast Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR, vivid and large display, excellent ergonomics and
controls, good multimedia performance, excellent software bundle, best mobile
browser on the market and the phone syncs to both Windows and Mac OSX. Con:
Price! Though we don’t think the price is far off the mark given the cost of
other unlocked feature-packed phones without contract, that’s a lot of money and
relatively few will be willing or able to spend that much cash. Battery life
could be better. Navigation software has a few bugs and needs a few more
features and more intuitive organization. “

PCWorld reviews the Nokia
N95 and writes ;
“The first thing that impressed me about the N95 was
its design. Though it will rank among the largest phones we’ve tested for our
Top 10 Cell Phones chart, the N95 is lightweight (4.2 ounces, according to
Nokia). It felt comfortable to hold in my small hand, in spite of its
2.2-by-3.9-by-0.8-inch dimensions…I found the images I captured to be lively and
far better quality than those from other camera phones, but I haven’t compared
its output side-by-side with a dedicated point-and-shoot camera yet. My initial
impression from limited use is that image purists, like myself, will prefer the
images generated by a dedicated camera….In spite of my few nits, I’ve enjoyed
using the Nokia N95. It’s the first phone I’ve seen in a while that does a great
job at combining style with function. Now, if only it weren’t priced at
$750–that alone is one very considerable reason to think twice about buying this
phone that does it all. “

It's truly amazing what computers have become, nice looking phone and great performer. Large screen display, powerful processor with 2D/3D graphic and video acceleration, complete connectivy options (HSDPA, WLAN b/g, UPnP, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth 2.0 EDR. If you want to get a camera phone that can provide good quality picture, you should try to purchase this Nokia N95 because its integrated with 5-Megapixel camera. It's like a amateur digital camera with so many high technology featured. N95's camera can record video clips of mini-DVquality comparable to amateur digicam quality. Also great audio and video playback capabilities, TV out connector, built-in GPS receiver and good mapping softwares are featured in this phone.

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