Nokia n95 mobile review

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nokia n95 review

 

N95 features :

  • WCDMA2100 (HSDPA), EGSM900, GSM850/1800/1900 MHz (EGPRS)
  • Automatic switching between bands and modes

Form Factor:

  • Vol: 90 cubic centimeter,120 g
  • 99 mm x 53 mm x 21 mm

Memory capacity :

  • 160 MB internal phone memory
  • microSD memory cards- Up to 2 GB

Battery Life:

  • Nokia Mobile Battery -BL-5F- 950mAH
  • Talk time: up to 160 minutes in CDMA , up to 240 minutes in GSM
  • 200 hours Stand bye time

Phone Display :

  • Large 2.6 inches QVGA (240 bye 320 pixels)
  • TFT display with
  • Ambient light detector
  • 16 million colors

Phone Operating System

  • OS :Series 60 3rd edition Symbian Operating System

Calling Features

  • Contacts: contacts with multiple details like name , office number ,personal number
  • Speed dialing is supported

· Automatic answer works with compatible headset or car kit only

  • Supports fixed dialing number, which allows calls only to predefined numbers
  • Supports Conference call
  • Nokia Push to talk (PoC)

Communications

  • WCDMA 2100 (HSDPA) with simultaneous voice and packet data (PS max speed UL/DL= 384/3.6MB, CS max speed 64kbps)
  • Dual Transfer Mode (DTM) support for simultaneous voice and packet data connection in GSM/EDGE networks. Simple class A, multi slot class 11, max speed DL/UL: 177.6/118.4 kbits/s
  • EGPRS class B, multi slot class 32, max speed DL/UL= 296 / 177.6 kbits/s

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Nokia n95 Mobile review

Nokia calls N95 ‘not just one thing’, they’re not kidding. With integrated support for next-gen HSDPA networks, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Global Positioning System (GPS), a five megapixel camera with autofocus and near-DVD quality video recording, 150 MB of internal memory expanded using a bundled 2 GB MicroSD card, stereo radio, and a host of other capabilities to keep you entertained, connected, and empowered, this phone is really something.

The most impressive part of this phone is its lithe form. Its sliding screen makes it smaller than most N-series phones and it weighs just 120 grams. The large 2.6-inch screen uses 16 million colors and has a respectable resolution of 240 x 320 pixels—the animated icons and display themes certainly do justice to its resolution. You can access the buttons that are often used even after you close the slider. These buttons include those that are used to receive calls, access applications and navigate through menus. Move the slider down to see four cleverly concealed, blue backlit buttons that control the phone’s audio playback. The phone is compatible with MP3, AAC, WMA, and M4A formats. It also supports playlists and has an 8-band graphic equalizer. In this mode, the display changes to landscape and provides convenient access to the multimedia applications. A neat graphical interface lets you scroll through icons for the music player, video centre, Lifeblog, a game called System Rush, Maps, Web, and Visual Radio. To see the standard keypad, move the sliding display upwards. As you move the slider up, the display will change to portrait. Ports are arranged around the sides and bottom of the device. The right side of the device has the imaging buttons (shutter release, access to the gallery, volume/zoom control). The camera is activated by sliding open the lens cover on the back of the phone. The 5-megapixel camera offers scene modes, exposure compensation, white balance, color tone, and white balance settings. We were impressed by the image quality of both still and video captures

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Thankfully, Nokia has retained standard port formats such as the 3.5mm stereo jack for headphones which also doubles up as the video output port, and a Mini A-type USB connector (the kind you’d probably find on your camera) that uses a standard USB cable for data exchange between the phone and a computer. This standardization makes it convenient to obtain replacements in the case of any of these cables getting misplaced. The N95 package contains a charger (which features a smaller DC jack compared to the majority of other Nokia phones), a breakout cable for viewing the phone’s video and images on your television, a USB cable, stereo headphones, and an instruction manual.

This is an ultra-packed phone on the feature front, but there were some glitches. Some of the phone’s applications were sluggish. While installing Opera Mini for the N95, the phone randomly restarted when we tried to end a non-responsive installation effort. It worked only on the third attempt. After using active Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and EDGE for one day, we found the battery life to be average at best—it depleted to about 25 percent by evening.

If you have the spirit and are looking for a compact and multimedia-rich phone that keeps you connected to your e-mail and Internet regardless of the location, this is a wonderful piece of gadgetry.

Packed to the gills with multimedia, imaging and connectivity features.

Mobuniverse –ve :Below-average battery life, occasional software instability, expensive.


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11 Comments so far »

  1. by Waheed, on November 17 2008 @ 6:54 am

     

    Nokia N95 is the best is the best mobile i like it

  2. by imran khan, on June 13 2009 @ 9:43 am

     

    really its nice phone

    ilike this phone.very soon i buy …..

  3. by salman naseer, on June 24 2009 @ 4:31 am

     

    i like nokia N95.he is used every where.he is very cool and hot

  4. by latheef, on July 30 2009 @ 3:42 am

     

    last two years i have been using nokia n95 and its really not a phone but its a computer too.
    now any body can send me antivirus software for my n95.

  5. by Wasif Bullo, on August 2 2009 @ 11:01 pm

     

    Nokia N95 is an amazing phone ,It’s what ‘he computers have become today….thats why I Own this phone.
    thnx

  6. by Rayees, on August 16 2009 @ 4:18 am

     

    Nokia N 95 is the best set available in the market.
    It is just not a Mobile but a Pocket Computer.
    Every feature is best and upto date.

  7. by islamic mobile downloads, on October 5 2009 @ 1:11 am

     

    its a amazing mobile phone i also have this.

  8. by ravi, on October 18 2009 @ 5:30 am

     

    sabse fudu mobile hai ye.plz don’t belive on it

  9. by srinu, on November 29 2009 @ 6:34 am

     

    i am useing N95 last one year how can i tell abot this mobile this realy wonder full this style so goog this advantge is video so so so so good thats all

  10. by siraj, on January 5 2010 @ 12:00 am

     

    thanks

  11. by Nandeesh Bekal, on June 13 2010 @ 8:35 am

     

    It is one of the best mobile what i ever had in my life. It is like a mini notebook,It fullfills all the requirements

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