Nokia N95 - Very Smart Indeed

By: Carly

Much before the release of Nokia N95, there has been speculations in the market. The handset is one of the most advance creation of Nokia, and as expected it has already raise the industry verticals by mark difference. Nokia N95 comes dressed smartly in black and work as smartly as well. The main highlights of this cell are 5 MP camera, VGA quality recording, media player, integrated GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Considering the size of the device, the Nokia N95 is surprisingly packed with a good number of features and functionalities. The device measures 3.8 inches long by 2.1 inches wide by 0.8 inch thick and weighs only 4.2 ounces. Yes, it does make a stocky appearance, but still is compact. Further, this smartphones comes in the colour scheme of silver and plum, exuding a rare charisma.More in the designing sphere, the Nokia N95 comes with a dual slide mechanism. On one side there is the alphanumeric keypad, while when the slider is slid down, the device reveals the media player controls. Like most slider phones of this age, even the Nokia N95 is dominated by a large screen on the front fascia. The gorgeous 2.6-inch QVGA TFT screen with a 16 million-color output and 320x240 pixel resolution is a real pleasure to eyes. One can also customize the look of the screen. This means the viewing of photos and videos are an eye candy.

Nokia N95 is smartly equipped with a 3.5mm headset jack for better listening experience. There is also the advantage of dedicated keys for volume adjustment, camera activation button, short cut to the photo gallery, power connector and mini USB port. The camera of this device is well constructed and one can also adjust the brightness, contrast, white balance, color tone, ISO light sensitivity, and exposure value. The phone can record video at a maximum VGA resolution (640x480) at 30 frames per second.

Other attraction in terms of entertainment of Nokia N95 is a Mp3 player, plethora of wallpapers & screen savers, games and messaging options.

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