Nokia N95 which was released on March 2007 is one of the highly efficient smart phones from Nokia (N-Series) which is popular for high end features and its special camera (5 Mpxl. with flash). It was another N-Series phone from Nokia but with all the features to make a complete luxury phone as well as a geek’s gadget. Nokia N95 is based on Series 60 3rd edition and is powered by Symbian OS v9.2. The mobile comes with all the features you would like – WI-Fi, High quality media player (Audio and Video players supporting a variety of file formats), Camera with Carl Zeiss lenses, GPS system with Nokia Maps application besides a quality display and a multitude of Applications and Games. This makes it one of the most sought mobiles competing with Iphone and other luxury class devices and we know how powerful is the Symbian OS, which lets you install some of the best software applications n games in the mobile on a fly.
Now recently Nokia unveiled a bit edited version of this N95 which is known as Nokia N95 8GB since it has been upgraded to an outstanding internal memory of 8GB and the slot MicroSD been removed. So you would have 8GB plus 160 MB of Internal flash memory in the Nokia N95 8GB. The display screen has been expanded to 2.8 inches, while the resolution remains same at 240 x 320 pixels resulting in a slight decrease in pixel density. Also the RAM size has been expanded to 128 MB with and the battery is upgraded to 1200mAh. Talk times have reportedly improved and 3G support has been added, which may not be available in every country. The camera’s looks are quite good now and there’s no shutter.
So these are the changes that are made to the normal N95 (launched in March,2007) and 3G supported N95s are available in select countries only as China and many other nations have a bit different version of the same Nokia N95 8GB. Let’s discuss the features you get in the N95 8GB including the features that were already present in the previous N95.
First of all the 8GB internal memory is completely available to store multimedia files like Audios, Videos, Music, Ringtones, Videos, Map data etc. as another 100 MB internal memory(dynamic) is there for storing common things like SMSes, to-do, notes and applications. Being a series 60 mobile, you’ll surely have applications and games of your choice like Prince of Persia installed in your N95 besides the multimedia content. With its flash enabled 5 Megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, you can capture MPEG-4 (.MP4 files) videos at VGA resolution (max frame rate – 30 FPS for 3.4 hours). You can also connect the mobile to your TV system and have the videos displayed (Note – cable for this is provided with the phone).
Support for Nokia Lifeblog and video/photo gallery makes it exciting. The photo and videos editing apps are also good. And considering the music – the inbuilt music player supports Mp3, AAC, WMA file formats and the stereo sound quality is much better than other Nokia mobiles. Other features include stereo FM, Wi-Fi, GPS with Maps, Bluetooth and most of features of the previous N95 has been preserved. Nokia N95 8GB may be considered as the smartest smart phone in the market with it’s all round computing capabilities unlike Iphone and Nokia 5800 XpressMusic which are too good for multimedia capabilities only.