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Nokia N95 Phones - The Smart Phones For Smart People


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Nokia's two versions of N95 smart phones - Nokia N95 and Nokia N95 8GB feature many new applications that have been appreciated by the masses. Some more information on the two handsets is given for the readers. The information may be particularly useful to the intended buyers of these handsets.

The Nokia N95 is a quad band GSM slider phone. The handset automatically switches between GSM 850/ 900/ 1800 and 1900 networks as per requirements. It sports a 5 mega pixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics. The handset is equipped with many user friendly applications like Push To Talk, Stereo FM Radio and a GPS receiver. The phone's VGA video camera records and shows videos with a maximum speed of 30 frames per second (fps). The device uses a Symbian 9.2 operating system.

The handset's 40 x 53 mm TFT display has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels that shows brilliant images in 16M colours. The device comes with 128 MB of memory and weighs 120 gm. The N95's GPS receiver comes with pre-installed maps of more than 100 countries. The Nokia N95 has an innovative double slide design and it also support for EDGE class-32 connectivity that allows the user to download files to the handset with a maximum speed of up to 296 kbps.

The Nokia N95 8GB is an improved version of N95. The handset comes with 8GB of internal memory and 128 MB of SDRAM memory. The device sports 2.8 inches, 16M colours TFT display that shows high quality images with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The device built with two keypads, one keypad opens up on the top end of its display while the other opens up on the lower end of display. The lower side keypad has numeric keys for making and receiving phone calls while its top side keypad has dedicated multimedia control keys. The handset does not have a card slot for memory expansion.

The phone's 5 mega pixel camera comes with advanced settings. It sports a Carl Zeiss lens with digital zoom and auto focus. The handset's photo call application allows the user to assign different images to different contacts in its phone book. The Nokia N95 8GB uses a Li-ion 1200 mAh battery which falls under BL-6F series of the Li-ion batteries. The device has support for GSM and HSDPA networks. Its EDGE compatibility allows one to transfer and download files to the device with a much faster rate than GPRS.

There are many applications which are common to both Nokia N95 and Nokia N95 8GB handsets. However the latter version has more built in memory than the former. One may opt for N95 8GB if he wants to make more use of his handset's memory. The Nokia N95 comes in silver colour while Nokia N95 8GB comes in black colour.

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