Nokia N95 North American Version

Nokia N95 North American Version
December 02 00:00 2008 Print This Article

Nokia n95

Nokia has been considered as one of the top mobile phone brands.  However, the American market usually gets the short end of the bargain because all the best models that Nokia can offer are only available in Europe and Asia.  However, change seem to take place as Nokia opened two US retail stores and even selling more of its rare mobile phone models in its company website. 

One of these high-end models is the Nokia N95, which became so popular in the United States that they decided to come up with a North American version.  The newer version has a lot of similarities to the "common" N95, but there are some additions that make this model a great buy, especially its 3G support, bigger memory space, longer battery life, and faster performance.

The Nokia N95 is a mobile phone, organizer, Internet browser, camera, and multi-media player all rolled into one.  And despite all these great features, this smartphone only measures at a compact 3.8 inches by 2.1 inches and 0.8 inches, with a light weight of 4.2 ounces. 

Meanwhile, the N95 features a 2.6-inch QVGA TFT screen that can display up to 16 million colors.  Note, however, that it is not a touch screen display. 

Nevertheless, you can view images and text with deep color saturation and sharp definition.  Another cool feature this mobile phone has is that it can able to adjust its backlighting automatically depending on your environment.  This makes you read the display even under direct sunlight.

Among the features that make N95 a darling among techies is its impressive 5-megapixel camera, the first model to do so, that featured special Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens. 

You can choose from up to seven shooting modes and five quality settings, as well as adjust the image brightness, contrast, white balance, color tone, ISO light sensitivity, and exposure value.  These editing options are almost similar to those of an actual digital camera.  It can also record video clips at a maximum VGA resolution at 30 frames per second.

The major drawback of this smartphone is that it cost heftily expensive on its own, while the housing appears to have a plastic feel to it.

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