Wednesday, August 22, 2007

The N95 pros and cons

The Nokia N95, a N series smart phone based on a 3rd edition S60 platform loaded with unique software that no Smart phone of that size can hold.

The phone is equipped with a 5Mega Pixel Camera with auto focus, Carl Zeiss optics, mechanical shutter and DVD quality video. It has a dedicated video/music and camera button. It has also got WLAN, stereo speakers, mini USB connector and a 3.5 mm mini jack connector.It has internal storage of 160MB and a 64 MB ram. Its connectivity features include Bluetooth 2.o with EDR support, uPnP, UMTS, infrared, GRPS, EDGE and SIP support. If you might be thinking that all this can only accommodate in a bulky, heavy device you are completely wrong. Don't get me wrong, all these features are packed into a compact and relatively small body of 99mm x 20mm x 53mm weighing only 120 grams. And it costs about $650.

Now if you thought the N95 was a perfect device, don't let me shock you. It does have some disadvantages. But not to worry these are relatively nothing if compared to its features. It has a very low standby battery life and with a somewhat sluggish performance for a high price of $650. Its innovative two way sliding mechanism could have been more secure and its body feels cheap.

Well thats all for the new Nokia N95.

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