Mobile phones > Nokia > N95
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||99 x 53 x 21mm|
|Networks||2G - 900/1800/1900|
3G - 2100
|LTE (4G light)|
|WLAN / Wi-Fi|
|3.5 mm audio connector|
|Camera resolution||5 Megapixels|
|Video capture resolution||NA|
|Display size||2.6 inches|
|Number of colours||16,000,000|
|Display resolution (WxH)||240 x 320 pixels|
|Memory||160MB + 128MB on miniSD card. Expandable up to 2GB|
|Ringtones / Music file format||Polyphonic, MP3, AAC AAC+ eAAC+ WMA|
|Games||Java and Symbian|
|Standby time (h)||233|
By fbloise on Nov 02 2008Best flagship nokia ever
All-in-one device, A-GPS, WIFI b/g, good speed, Symbian OS, 5 megapixels with Carl Zeiss Lens, Videorecording at VGA resolution, Flash player 3.0 (can play youtube or any FLV/Flash streamin media site), big screen, gallery is intuitive, video editor, stereo speakers, Bluetooth 2.0 with AD2P
Battery life is a big issue, although in latest firmware is very acceptable, form factor is sometimes not adecuate, silver part of the housing gets easily scratchable, Symbian OS is not intuitive for new users.
Is best nokia phone out there, even though some new comers are in the market like the n79 and n85, for me is the best 5 megapixe3ls out there (not taking the K850 for night shots in consideration).
Wifi and GPS is simply a nice touch and the symbian OS and its more than 2,000 software library wont let you down.
5 (out of 5)
By SonySandy on Jan 14 2008My first visit to the dark side!
Features, form factor, concept.
The ever popular lack of battery life. non-simple usage.
Ok so after 5 years of dedicated SE usage, and a refusal to accept a Nokia at work, having never used a Nokia phone i've found this phone quite frustrating.Its not that its bad, just not as intuitive as an SE. The Nokia manual has a lot of holes in it, such as almost nothing about txting, which is one of the primary uses of a mobile phone these days. With an SE to change a word you highlight it and press down on the joypad, on the Nokia you highlight the word and then click on *, but there is nothing in the manual about this, you just have to figure out the quirks on your own.Battery life appears to be a bit of a joke, 24hours with medium useage. I remember my K750i was pretty bad at about 48hours with medium use.GPS isn't as bad as everyone makes out, in the car its fine, indoors its typically terrible, but i've got a good quality bluetooth GPS unit and thats terrible in the middle of a room, sitting on a window ledge it will get a fix, and the same goes for the N95.One feature the N95 is sorely lacking is the % battery remaining option included on SE's, knowing i've got 30% battery is more worthwhile than knowing i've got 2 bars on the battery.The Camera seems ok, although i've not really tested it fully.I recieved my phone (N95-1) from o2 on contract, i'm surprised they are still bundling the first release phone and not the N95-3 or N95 8gb, however they do at least give you an 8gb Micro SD with all UK maps pre-installed so that saves some gprs traffic.Generally i'd say if you want to move away from SE, if your a Phone Tart and like to jump to the next highest technology phone then go for the N95, if you can put up with charging your phone once a day then you'll probably love the phone when you've got used to the interface differences. And to be honest the £5 cost of a spare charger to keep in your office really isn't so bad when you consider the retail cost of the phone off-contract.
4 (out of 5)
By Danny_BFC on Sep 10 2007Nokia N95 - Everything you'll ever want?
Brilliant screen, Great UI (s60v3), amazing 5mp Camera and VGA resolution video at 30fps. Plays iPod Video Vids at high resolution. 2-Way Slider
Battery life is really poor, Unstable UI if not the latest version. Far less ram than new announced 8gb version.
This phone really is the best Nokia Out there. The Phones features are endless, and although it hasn't got the best GPS and the battery is poor, its really hard to find a phone that can better the N95. Unless you've heard of the Nokia N95 8gb Version that is.
5 (out of 5)
By fultzjap on Sep 01 2007Simply the best
5MP camera. Bluetooth 2.0 with AD2P sounds FANTASTIC on my BT Motorola headphones. Fast processor. SYMBIAN is the operating system to have until Windows Mobile for Pocket PC starts getting some actual real user customization available. Google maps. dedicated 3.5mm jack for headphones, video-out, or mucic command accessory. Shortcut keys everywhere. There is no better phone.
the GPS antenna must be made out of bubble gum and tinfoil. I have to hold my mouth just right for the 3 full minutes it takes to find itself - then it works good for driving.
If everyone could afford one there would be no other phones on the market.
5 (out of 5)
By KingBooker5 on Aug 03 2007All in one
2 way, unique slider design,
Huge crystal clear screen,
TONS of apps,
Best calendar on a phone, from my expiriance
Poor battery life,
A bit bulky,
GPS is terrible,
My current phone, and Im proud it is.
Although its the second time I have had it (before I had to return it), there have been no problems, apart from the poor battery life.
Apart from that the phone is awsomeThe camera is awsome and so is its other features
4 (out of 5)
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