The Battle Begins: Nokia N95 Vs Noka 95 8gb

By: Martin Dev

Mobile phones have slowly and steadily taken over the lives of the people by becoming more of a fashion icon as well as status symbol. If we note the modern trends, mobile phones are constantly taking a newer and newer role in our everyday coffee house gossips, specially the Nokia mobile phones. When we speak about communication, we think of Latest mobile phone. Mobile phones which just work as a tool of communication are completely not accepted by the users. Everyone needs a mobile phone which includes various features which enhance its use. The need of camera has become quite basic. Music is needed because everyone loves to hear music. Nowadays, mobile phones definitely offer these features, in addition, they also offer features like storage of files and documents,business applications, access to the Internet etc. When we look around the flourishing industry of Mobile phones, the leading companies endeavour to satisfy all these needs of the customers. A number of handsets are being produced with all the attributes needed in order to make a perfect phone.

Nokia being one of the renowned mobile manufactures is eternally known for giving the best phone with latest technologies. The company hails from Finland and has marked a breakthrough in the mobile communications today. Nokia offers high quality performance with excellent picture taking and imaging skills. It enhances peoples lives by providing user-friendly mobile phones.

Nokia's enigmatic creation, Nokia N95 surpasses all its contemporaries, both in terms of looks and features. It is loaded with highly advanced features and is a step ahead in concentrating aggregated functions in a petite portable hand held device. The dual slide phone is packed with multiple features and elevating technology that is capable of doing everything a user expects. Nokia N95 is possibly the topmost model in mobile phone fraternity. The phone supports 2G GSM and 3G SDPA network..

The phones comes with a wide TFT screen of 40 x 53 mm which supports 16 million colours and a high resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The dimensions of this handset are 99 x 53 x 21 mm and it weighs about 120 grams. This stylish phone is empowered by an internal memory of 160 Mega Byte inflated, 64 Mega byte SDRAM memory and can be easily expanded up to 8GB using microSD (TransFlash). Nokia N95 comes with an in-built camera of 5.0 Mega pixels incorporated with a special Carl Zeiss optics for producing better quality images, autofocus, digital zoom, Flash and a secondary camera for videocalling. Nokia N95 is powered by class 10 GPRS an class 32 EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB etc. The handsets has a built in GPS receiver, MP3 player, Stereo FM Radio, Microsoft Office document viewer and lots more. N95 comes in graceful and vibrant colours like Silver, Plum, Black, Pink and Red.

The introduction of the Nokia N95 8gb mobile phone has further enhanced the already updated Nokia shelf life. The mobile phone is now nourished with a Real Player media player. This functionality allows individuals all over the world to relish full screen video playback. The Nokia N95 8 Giga Byte enriches a complete viewing of devoted downloaded and stream lined or recorded moving footage. This feature is a celebration from Nokia, which has richly stood by its commitment to keep connecting people all around the globe.

The Nokia N95 8GB 3G Smart phone comes with a two way slider opening. This captivating handset from Nokia comes along with a 2.6 inches screen that is capable of providing a 240 x 320 pixel screen resolution on a 16 million colour TFT display. The N95 8GB weighing only 128 gram measures 99 x 53 x 21 mm making it a truly comfortable and light-weighted handset that is easy to hold in hand and to slip into the pocket. The best point over the N95 is the huge internal memory of 8 Giga Byte embedded in it. The phone is powered by class 32 GPRS and EDGE. Almost equipped with the same features like N95, the Nokia N95 GB is a powerful mobile phone

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