Nokia introduced the N95 in the market as benchmark for others. It has as many features as it could have been in such a small palm-sized device. Relatively much smaller and lighter than all other N-series phones. It features features like satellite navigation, cutting-edge 5 megapixel camera, media player and PDA features. This extremely sophisticated device is not a weak heart.
The Nokia N95 came out with a real beauty this time. It has a design that slip from both sides. Its impressive 66mm screen. This two-way slider turns your phone into landscape mode. Slide the screen up and a nice keyboard appears. Push down the screen and see the trendy touch-sensitive package for media player controls. You can use the buttons on the screen control panel to access the menu when you close the phone. Secondary pinhole camera also appears for video calls.
The Nokia N95 mobile phones feature many features such as volume control buttons, standard 3.5 mm headphone jack and TransFlash memory card slot, and so on. The speaker's clarity and sound are excellent.
The new Nokia N95 phone is a feature of the GPS service. The device downloads local mini-maps, routes, and voice commands. Each map is about 0.5 miles around the device. The map is designed in 2D and 3D format. Includes full PDA features. Wi-Fi supports web browsing, emails, and other office features. S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1, better RSS and Flash Lite support.
There is an excellent 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens and auto focusing. The LED flash is very good for night portraits. MPEG-4 video capabilities are also available. The front screen changes horizontally when the slider is left down with the multimedia keys. The screen also works as a search engine as the camera is on the back of the device. The lens is provided with a manual cover. MP3 and FM radio are also available.