The King-and-Queen of the royal NSeries bloodline
from P 26,500 up - GSC
PHONE Quadband/ WCDMA/ HSDPA(3.5G) phone. Nokia Series 60 v 3.1, Symbian OS. Offline mode and simless operation.
CAM 5.0 Megapixel Carl Zeiss-Vario Tessar auto-focus lens with flash. Video stabilisation and VGA resolution up to 30 frames-per-second for DVD-grade video recording. Secondary camera for video calling.
MUSIC DIgital music player for all music file formats. Dedicated media access keys. FM radio with visual radio support.
CONNECTIVITY WLAN 802.11 b/g. USB 2.0. Infrared. Bluetooth with A2DP. 3.5mm stereo headphone plug and TV-out support(PAL/NTSC).
MEMORY Up to 160 MB internal memory. Expandable with MicroSD card(hot-swap).
MISC Dual slide motion. Dedicated music keys, shutter and lens cover mechanism. 2.6-inch QVGA display with 240x320 pixels and up to 16 million colors. Integrated Nokia MiniMap Web Browser. Built-in GPS maps.
Nokia N95. 2.6-inch screen, Wi-Fi connectivity, built-in GPS mapping system, and a 5-MP camera sensor with a Carl Zeiss lens and flash mechanism. No, I'm not reading the future of mobile phones on a crystal ball. I'm describing the key features of the present-day N95.
One look at the Nokia N95 is all it takes to be impressed. And for its heavyweight feature set, it's surprisingly light on the hand. Suddenly the previously much-loved N93 with its very bulky frame seems like one great big mistake.
Actually there's nothing more to say but just BUY IT. If you have the cash, you won't be spending in vain with this one. Once you have this in your pocket, you will truly have it all.