Every mobile enthusiast in the world has probably heard of the N series – line up of high quality media mobile phones with high-tech connectivity features like 3G. Among them, the Nokia N95 is now the top model. The handset is pranker like nothing less than a computer, and many think it's true. The device boasts all the tools and features available in the state of modern mobile technology. From a sophisticated integrated camera at the front end 3.5G communication technology – this powerhouse from a global leader has it all.
The Nokia N95 sport unique dual-sided slide operation for easy access to various features. The standard slider on the 16 million colored TFT display shows a statistical pad, but in the same way it displays its media controls and gives an indication of the device's music playback capability. The phone's handset media is compatible with MP3, AAC, AAC +, eAAC + and WMA formats. Additional music features include A2DP Bluetooth format, 3.5mm jack, expandable memory card slot and FM radio.
Probably the most talked about the Nokia N95 is a colossal 5.0 megapixel digital camera. This was the first time when such a high-quality integrated camera device is released worldwide. The camera unit is loaded with high-quality video devices such as auto focus, 20x digital zoom, Carl Zeiss optics, integrated flash with red-eye correction, image and image editing software, auto frequency, and much more. Apart from that, the handset boasts of another camera camera to help video calling.
This compatible smartphone supports all four GSM bands and UMTS video calling networks. Built-in HSDPA technology in Nokia N95 can get you speed faster than even 3G. Other types of data and voice connections include GPRS, EDGE, WiFi, Bluetooth, Infra Red and USB. The handset even has a GPS navigation system to find you places when you're lost.
Source by Carly Charu