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      05.06.2012 16:02

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      Not a phone I love

      I have used this phone for about three years, and have never bonded with it. I found the two-way slide never locked properly - as a result I would find the battery was dying because the phone had slid open, switched itself into camera mode and had photographed the inside of my handbag umpteen times. Even a phone case failed to stop it. However, the camera itself sulked from time to time and refused to photograph anything when actually asked to do so. Thos was a fault on the initial N95 I owned - a replacement seemed less temperamental. The battery life is excellent. I charge it for an hour each morning and it lasts me all day and sometimes the next day too, but I rarely use the internet on it. I find the buttons very hard to use - they are extremely small - and although inits time it was no doubt a breakthrough phone, I will be glad to swap it for something else. I used to love Nokia phones, and maybe it's just me, but I'm really not keen on this one.

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      02.02.2012 16:57
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      An OK phone that was let down by battery life, size and dodgy firmware.

      A good phone that I used for nearly 2 years! I really liked using the phone with its 5 megapixel camera and two-slide feature that allowed you to use one part as a normal keypad with 12 keys (no qwerty keyboard) and the other end as effectively a music player with the four buttons forward, backward, play/pause, stop).

      Aesthetics wise, I really like the silver front and deep purple back colouring with the comfortably handy switch that allows you to open and close the lens (which features Carl Zeiss & Tessar optics) with flash and autofocus. The phone also has a front camera so you can take photos easier (particularly if you like taking photos of yourself!) The screen at the front is a 2.6 inch display with 16 million colours - it's really nice and comfy for viewing even in dim lighting. The front of the phone (before you start sliding away...) has the basic buttons like the call button and home menu. On one side there is also a camera button for quick photo taking, a volume button and a media button. On the other side there is your 3.5mm headphone jack and a slot for memory cards. Mine one is the lower memory, 4gb N95, there is one with 8gb too.

      Other functions include built-in loudspeaker, FM radio, and very fast data transfer (HSDPA) - these have all been really handy and easy to use, especially the loudspeaker. The phone also offers very good connection - there is support for bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, infrared, wireless LAN, TV-output support. The sound quality is pretty good and I had no complaints plugging in my headphones and listening to music on the go using the slider. There is also built-in GPS, wi-fi connectivity - I can't comment on these since I didn't use the functions much. There are so many functions to play around with that you can quickly lose sight of the bad things about the phone...

      I disliked the unstable firmware that meant my phone would be slow and freeze up occasionally, and more and more as the phone past the 1 year mark. This became a real problem so much so that before my contract was over, I'd had to find another phone as a substitute! I was having problems receiving calls and it would take forever to do basics like sending out text messages! The battery life isn't particularly good - this was expected given the size of the phone. The battery standby length is around 200 hours.

      Another negative against this phone is that it is really chunky for a mobile phone! You have the two-way slider, but if I could have a slimmer phone instead, I would! It looks like a giant brick when carried in your jean pocket and although it is comfy to hold, the dimensions aren't really ideal at 99 x 53 x 21 mm.

      Overall, with the negatives out weigh the positives for me for this phone since despite the applications and functions the phone comes with, it's really reliability and battery life that matter more. This phone was one of the most advanced phones when it first came out in 2007, and it was fun to use, but it caused me too much hassle when it started to play up...

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      24.01.2012 19:46
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      Don't count it out yet!

      In my opinion, this is the last really good phone that Nokia made. Of course, that is a comparison to how it was at the time...it's been left behind now...but the N95 could still really have something to offer someone that wants a phone with buttons and good functionality.

      So what can this phone still offer? Well it has a 5MP camera...which cannot be sniffed at. The picture quality is good though sometimes a bit slow to take a picture. It also has a good digital zoom and focus, and flash. The front camera is also useful if you like the idea of video calls.

      This phone has good connectivity...GPS, bluetooth, Wi-Fi....some of the reasons that I got one back in the day. But they're all functions that haven't been outdated. It will bluetooth a picture or connect to a wireless hotspot as well as anything else will! It also has a nice OS...ironically similar to the 5800 (which I've reviewed and slated for having a poor UI)...but the difference is that the icons look nicer and because you have to navigate with the keys, it isn't frustrating to get through the menus! It has a music player, a web browser...and with the Ovi Store downloadable, you can even add a few more apps. Not seeming so much of a relic now, is it?

      One of the thing I found a bit pointless were the music keys. If you slide from the top down, you get the media keys (basically play/pause, skip forward and back)...which I never really used...I didn't use the music player much in landscape mode.

      One of the other features which was new in this phone (and also strange because it wasn't mentioned in the features until someone stumbled upon it) is the accelerometer. The screen can auto-rotate like most modern day smartphones...and there are also a few apps that can take advantage of this.

      It has a 3.5mm headphone jack so you don't have to worry about getting a stupid adapter like quite alot of previous Nokia phones. The charger is the small classic Nokia type. The battery life is good...especially compared to phones nowadays...I could go for about 4-5 days without needing a charge. And I think this phone looks nice...it has a cool look to it.

      It really wouldn't spring to mind as peoples first choice when looking for phones....but this oldy surprisingly competes with modern day phones...having similar functionality in quite a few ways, with the bonus of a better battery life. I think that fans of the phone with buttons would definitely enjoy this phone.

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      20.09.2011 18:58
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      Great phone, would highly recommend as its very cheap.

      This is a phone is fast, durable and great. The music player is good also, there is a lot of things to do with this phone with many apps that can be downloaded. The memory on the phone is not enough so you can add a micro sd card up to 8gb. This is useful for storing games, music and videos.

      The phone is quite looks quite big like a brick but also looks stylish and sleek. The phone is slide able with a big keypad making it easier to text with. The camera is awesome as it has a "carl zeis" camera lens and it is 5 mega pixels.

      The app store for this is good, but not great. Basic applications such as facebook are available on this phone but there is no way as many as the app store for apple or the android market.

      The screen size is also quite big making it ideal to watch movies/videos on. The phone is quite heavy and bulky which I am not too keen about.

      Thanks for reading.

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        01.07.2011 08:36
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        hard working multi functional easy to use strong reliable mobile

        At first I was dubious about getting this phone, it always looked big and chunky in the pictures, however I saw one in the Orange shop and quite liked the look of it although slightly large looked useful enough to make up for that. I got mine free on a long term contract with. I use the camera to take pics of my tips around the country and pretty much anything else you would use a digital camera for, i find it especially impressive for close up photos. It's got to many features to list, I won't go through them all but the main point for me was that as well as a Phone, I can also use it as a WiFi Phone.

        Moving along to the Multimedia side of things, it has a large built in memory, there's also a SD slot for extended memory, there is more than enough to pack in plenty of Movies, a bucket of CD album MP3s, Photos and more; and with the standard 3.5mm Jack then your run of the mill MP3 player headphones work with it as well. Movie quality is outstanding for a mobile phone. It uses realplayer to if you've played a movie on your PC with RealPlayer then you'll know the quality you get. It's got a radio as well if you fancy a listen to that.

        There's so much to say about this phone and I'm missing out the technical wizardry that it works from in the background to facilitate its functionality but it truly is a remarkable unit and from Nokia then you know the build quality is assured.

        Problems? The only one I have is battery life, but it's not really a gripe as I am realistic about the use of the phone against the power consumption and i think the battery does pretty well for the number of functions that it powers. If all you do is talk on the phone, take pictures, listen to MP3s and watch Movies etc then focus on recharging your phone, you're missing out on a whole world out there...simply put, you're not going to be using all the functions all the time 24/7 so you won't have to charge it all the time, but at least all the functions are there for you to use whenever you want them.

        I would strongly recommend this phone to anyone. I have never had a phone last me longer than 18 months however this one is still working now (3 years later) and it may have a few scratches and marks but the truth is its been dropped on a bath full of water, thrown at a wall (bad temper) and put in the loft for 3 months (by accident) and still works as good as the day I got it. I personally think this makes a great phone for anyone who is not interested in a smart phone or just needs a hard working multi functional easy to use mobile.

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        11.12.2010 03:05

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        Great smartphone for the price, not big on style and quite chunky

        I got this phone about 3 years when it was only recently on the market. For its time it was one of the best avalible, its dazzling array of features include WLAN, Nokia Maps app with GPS, a great 5MP Carl Zeiss Optics camera, SD Card slot that can accept at least 8GB MicroSD card (possibly more), a mobile version of flash and adobe reader and the ability to install new apps plus many more misc features. At the time, this was the top of the range where as now most of these are as standard, although not many have to ability to customise the phone as much as the n95 does for the price range. Its biggest draw back even then is its poor battery life. When i first got the phone the battery would last about 2-3 days of normal use, but would drop drasticly if you used apps like the maps feature or the internet. Now, after almost 3 years of use the battery bearly lasted a day of sparse usage. Even after getting a brand new battery, it still doesn't last as long as when i first used it; it usualy lasts 2 days on one charge.

        If you plan on using the phone for a few years please bare these things in mind:-
        *The pin in the charging block inside the phone is prone to bending! after 2 and a half years of service it finally snapped off inside my charger, thus having to bin said charger and take the phone to a repair shop.
        *Not sure if this is a common problem, but again after 2 years the speaker for voice calls became disconected and stopped working.
        *Battery cover can be easily broken as the clips on the the cover are very thin and easily broken off.
        As with using any mobile for a long time, there a few other things that will break but i my opinion those are the most likely to break. However having said that, the software has never let me down and this phone has survived being drop down a flight of stairs and being submersed in water whilst turned on.

        It is a chunky phone but unless you Need a small phone then it shouldn't be a problem, but it is an advantage to smaller smartphones as it is much more resiliant to damage. If its style your looking for, this phone probably isn't the phone for you; if technology is what you want and style doesn't matter, then this is a arguable the best phone in this price range.

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        18.11.2010 14:03

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        The fourth time around, the Nokia N95 is still looking good! When the original N95 came out a year ago it wowed pretty much everyone with its huge laundry list of cutting edge features, topped with a 5 megapixel auto focus camera. Flash forward to today and we've had the US N95-3, the Euro 8 gig model and now the US 8 gig N95 with US 3G HSDPA and a US warranty. The phone loses the microSD card slot and replaces it with 8 gigs of flash storage and has the latest firmware with a faster camera and other tweaks. The display size is upped to 2.8" and the phone has the usual N95 goodness: GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, FM radio, 2-way slider, music player and more. very nice oneeeeee........ keep it up........

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        12.10.2010 20:25

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        A great phone with plenty of features

        This is a really great phone and with it being a nokia it is very simple to use.

        It is quite chunky compared to some phones but I have never found it a problem and is a nice silver colour, simple but classic. It is not a touch screen and it slides up to reveal more buttons which is good if you don't like touch screen.

        One of the best things about it is that it holds loads of songs and the sound quality is excellent so you don't have to carry an MP3 around with you as this does the job perfectly. I have never managed to fill the memory with my songs and photos so I have it to have more than enough memory for me.

        It has a really good camera on it although I don't use it as my main camera it is handy to use on the spur of the moment. It also has maps on it which I have never needed to use but think that is a very useful app for some people. It also has a nice loud ringing volume and call volume which is a must for me.

        This is a great smart phone but just not a smart looking as some of the newer models on the market but it is still a very good phone that does everything you need and it is still quite expensive to buy even second hand which is a good indication of how good it is.

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        07.10.2010 22:25
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        Great reliable all rounder

        I always upgrade my phone every eighteen months, I have had everything from samsungs to iphones. Yet the only reliable phone I have ever had was the Nokia N95.
        I am not a map reader by any standards, so was feeling rather excited when GPS became common on phones. I felt poorly let down by others, but not by Nokia. With the latest software update on the phone it picks up the satellites in seconds, even on a cloudy day.
        The email capability to sync and push emails directly to your phone from all major email accounts, for example hotmail, yahoo etc...(with free applications from the ovi store)
        The camera is probably one of the best I have used on a phone of this age and the video capability is outstanding also.
        This phone also has wireless capabilities, I find browsing on it smooth and fast.
        To sum up this is an all round good phone with an excellent battery life that only needs charging about 3 times a week when not using the gps or wifi.
        The price tag on this phone is still a bit pricey at around £100 to £130 second hand and you can pay as much as £200 new, but well worth the money for reliability.

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        07.09.2010 02:20
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        Does everything you want without any fuss

        I love my Nokia N95, for a couple of years now I have been considering an upgrade but this phone does everything I need of it so well I never get round to replacing it.
        Firstly just as a phone it works well, the handset is perhaps a touch on the bulky side but you soon get used to it. Calls are crisp and easy to hear, opening the slider pad to make or recieve calls is easy, apparently the slider can wear and become loose over time but mine has never shown any signs of doing this. The keypad is fine for tapping in phone numbers or text messages, perhaps slightly on the small side.
        I've fitted mine with an 8GB expansion MMS card which I use for storing mostly music which I play in my car through an FM modulator which I connect to the N95 via bluetooth so my phone is my car stereo as well,
        It is also my sat nav, the built in GPS reciever is quick to fix position and accurate, better and faster than some of the stand alone ones my friends have in their cars. I bought Route 66 Sat Nav to install on this and it has seen me OK to every destination I've asked it to and at only £18 compared to £60+ for a stand alone one. Again the turn by turn instructions come out of the car speakers via the FM modulatr.
        Web browsing is not the fastest and a little fiddley compared to some other smartphones of PDA's but you can get what you need from it.
        Camera is decent, low res front camera for video calls and a high res 5 mega pixel back one for pics do the job fine, video mode and sound are good also. Built in radio only works with earphones plugged in as they act as the antenna but it picks up popular half dozen or so radio stations strong and clear.
        Being a Nokia you also don't have to worry so much about scrapes and scratches as everything is easily replaceable which can't be said of most other brands of mobile phone and replacement covers, keypads etc are available. The phone is pretty sturdy I've dropped it a few time with no ill effects.
        Battery life is poor -3 days tops on standby, you might only get a day out of it with heavy use.
        PC connectivity is good, Nokias PC suite synch's and updates phone OS software easily. My handet is bug free and has never frozen or crashed unlike some Nokias I've had previously.
        I get a lot of pressure from my mates to switch to the Iphone but in truth I don't need half the apps they have (neither do they) and the thought of greasy fingerprints across a touch screen does not appeal to me so for now I will stick with my N95 becasue it's doing everything I need it to do and it's doing it well.

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        25.08.2010 20:45
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        does all you need

        My Nokia N95 is three years old and still going strong. Sure we had some teething problems but after Nokia issued some updates it improved dramatically.

        Initially the phone was horrendous. It would freeze for several seconds every time you clicked into a menu, would hang and need to be rebooted at least twice a day and at random times the red button would stop working. I was appalled they had released a phone in this state but after taking it back to the shop and having the software updated things settled down

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        No touch screen on this baby! Just the standard alphanumeric keyboard and a square button at the top. You press each side of this button to move the pointer around the screen either around the menus or the internet

        During a call the quality is very clear and I find I often have a signal when lesser phones on the same network have none.

        Text messaging is easy and offers the usual options of predictive text and saving a phone number that someone has included in the body of the text. I quite enjoy the picture messaging facility but it was a faff to get it setup. It was not configured as standard so I had to go to the o2 website to send me the settings (probably a fault of o2 rather than the phone itself)

        Battery life could be better, standby it lasts 3 days(ish) but I only get a couple of hours talk time out of it and a maximum of 1hr30 if I use advanced features such as video mode, the internet or the internal GPS

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        The camera is 5 megapixels with a Carl Zeiss lens. Photo quality is not bad as long as you don't do anything adventurous. It will give a shaky image though if you zoom in and in low light conditions you may as well not bother (despite the flash). Photographic options include various flash modes, timer, colour or b&w or just fully automatic. Having said that the N95 is designed as a phone and not a camera so I can hardly complain. I have taken it with me on many a holiday and been pleased with the photos

        The video recorder is wonderful. The image quality is great, even when shown on my 22 inch monitor. My my one slight winge is that the microphone picks up the voice of the user much better than the subject of the video.

        You have an internal GPS which works well with Nokia Maps and can also be configured to work with Tom Tom (Tom Tom stopped making software for the N95 a few years ago so you will find the maps are out of date). As per the above the battery life deteriorates quickly if you use this

        The internet function is useful if a little slow to load up. Webpages tend to display in text version which is fine most of the time but can mean that when you try to read emails sent in a fancy format they display as blank. You have either the choice of WAP or wireless internet and both connect well most of the time (again watch your battery life when using this).

        The MP3 player is pretty handy as well however the headphones do not allow you to play the music particularly loudly. It's fine in most situations but when there is a lot of background noise such as when you are on a train it can be difficult to hear the music. I did find it a bit frustrating that when you connect the phone to the USB socket of your computer and copy across the music files the Music Player does not initially see them. It's quite a trall through the menus to find the option to look for new files. Even then it takes at least 10 minutes for it to recognise 100 files. Another thing that annoyed me was the software puts the tracks into it's own order and you have no way of changing that. I'd quite like track 2 to follow track 1 rather than track 21, 4, 7 or 9!


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        The plastic battery cover is attached via four small plastic clips. These break very easily. Previously a replacement cover was £9 on Amazon so I ended up taping the cover back on - at least prices have come down and it is now only £2

        Loud speaker is great for listening but terrible for speaking on. The person you speak to will tell you your voice is distorted. I have found even £30 pay as you go phones perform better than the N95 in this respect

        The 1gb memory card it came with will soon fill up however I managed to pick up an 8gb card for about £25 a couple of years ago - I'm sure they are cheaper now

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        All in all a great phone. Despite it's faults it does everything I need, is easy to use and I find the keyboard a lot more accurate to use than the modern touch screens

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        17.08.2010 23:29
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        Not bad at all!

        This is a great phone, I've had it for a about 3 years and only now is it starting to date. I've had no problems with it and have made full use out of all its features.

        Overall it looks good and feels good in the hand although it is a little on the fat side to fit in an evening bag. The 5mp camera on it is brilliant and I'm constantly taking snaps and videos on it. It is especially good at close up shots with it macro mode. Also the main camera has slide shut lens cover on it which is brilliant as the N80 its prototype did not. The front camera is OK but to be honest I hardly ever use it as video calling never really did take off for me.
        The memory card slot is great and I got an 8gb for mine which has speeded up the whole phone when using its features. The sound quality is brilliant when listening to MP3s and it has a good loud speaker too. I've downloaded quite a few aps for it from the OVi store; mostly games which have been good and it only takes a min to downland to it.

        As I said it has started to date recently and this shows mainly through its internet browser. It used to be pretty fast on WAP but not it starts to say memory full after browsing a few pages so you have to exit the internet and reload it which can be a bit annoying if you want to read the news whilst travelling. (deleting cookies and history has made no difference) It is not capable of looking at normal web pages either like other smart phones can.
        Oh and also there are no emoticons on it or smilies which at first i was pretty disappointed in but once you get the hang of using its in built photo and video editor you can create special Txts this way for B'day etc.

        I would definitely recommend this mobile as a phone, as a camera and as a mp3 player/personal radio but not for emailing accessing the web etc.. also I have not been able to get the wi-fi to work on it since I got it. But the blue tooth, infra red has been fine.

        For a camera phone it still beats most new ones out on the market esp with the video quality.

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        A great phone which lasted me a long time with no major problems.

        The Nokia N95 is quite a bulky phone and if I'm honest this did put me off it at first. The only reason I had this phone was because my previous phone broke and my brother gave me his Nokia N95. I used to buy my mobile phones based on the looks and size but after having the Nokia N95 I will never do that again. I had the N95 for about 2 years and I absolutely loved it. It was the first smart phone I ever had I was really impressed by it, I never had any serious problems with it. The only reason I got a new phone after the N95 is because my N95 was stolen, if it wasn't for this I'm sure I would still have my N95. This isn't the most attractive phone but I think the 8GB version is much more attractive so this could be an alternative for someone who is really put off by the looks of the original N95.

        As I said, this was the first smart phone I'd ever had. I really liked how hi-tech it was compared to the phones I had before it. It has loads of functions and the ability to download apps and also an amazing camera. I never had to read the instructions because it was so easy to use, it's a very user friendly phone. It reminded me of a mini computer - I could even look at word documents, spreadsheets and presentations on it. It has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, infrared (which I find many new phones don't have anymore), voice recorder, converter and loads more.

        The camera is really good, its 5MP and has auto flash and focus. There's also a camera lens cover so the lens doesn't get scratched or dirty. There's lots of options available to edit the photos such as auto white balance and adjusting the sharpness, brightness, contrast and so the end result is really good, high quality pictures. You can also mess about with them by adding clip art and text etc. There's other options like making the photographs black & white or sepia. The quality of the camera on this phone means you never have to take a camera out with you. The gallery is also very attractive, you can flick through your photographs quickly. You can also upload your photos directly onto Flickr. As well as the photographs taken with the camera being great quality, so is the video recording.

        There are media buttons at the top of the phone if you slide the phone down rather than up. I never really used these but I never really listened to much music on my phone because I have an mp3 player. The sound quality on the phone is excellent though.
        Applications can be downloaded giving the phone more functions to play with and show off. The downloading of applications is fast and so is the internet. Games can be downloaded on the phone and because the phone is sensitive to movement, lots of games take advantage of this. For example there are games available where you have to roll a ball through a maze by tilting the phone. The N95 has GPS and maps. I never really used these but found them quite slow when I did. Another function I never used was the barcode scanner because I couldn't find a use for it.


        This brings me onto problems with the phone. The only problem I ever really had with the functioning of the phone was that opening texts became slow when I had a lot of text messages on my phone (over 1000). The phone is also a little slow when turning it on but this was never a big problem and can be expected from a smart phone like this with a lot going on. The battery life isn't amazing but I have had phones with a worse battery life. I tended to charge my phone up every 3 or 4 days but I did use it all the time and was on the internet a lot so I think that this is quite good. A problem I had with the phone was the battery cover was only held on with two small clips and both of these broke after about a year and a half. I did drop the phone a lot though which is probably the cause, but I know someone else with the N95 and they had the same problem. The cover actually holds the battery in place so without Selotaping it on securely, every time I held the phone without holding the back on the battery would fall out a little and the phone would turn off.

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          24.06.2010 17:11
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          Great phone for business or leisure purposes

          ~Product Overview~

          Released in March 2007, the Nokia N95 is a 2-way slider phone. It comes with a 5 megapixel camera and music player built in. There is a secondary camera on the front of the phone for video calls and an internal memory of 160 MB. It has a Symbian OS v9.2, S60 3rd Edition operating system and has built in, bluetooth, infrared and and Wi-Fi.

          ~My Experience of the N95~
          I have now had the N95 for 3 years, I am very happy with this phone as it has lasted, with only minor faults. {only because I am very clumsy and always drop it!} The camera and messaging features are my favourite parts of this phone as they are both very easy to use. The music player is also good, but not a feature I use very often, as I broke the volume control button on the side.

          The back panel of the phone is not great at all, as the prongs easily snap off. This is the reason I have been through 3 backs already. The phone also has tendancies to crash, which may just be because of the age of the phone.

          I would definately recommend this phone to anyone, whether they are looking for a phone for business or lesuire purposes, this is great for both!!

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          02.06.2010 00:54

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          good buy

          the Nokia N95 is an absoulte fantastic phone for the teenage genaration this is because it has 8GB of phone memory which allows you to save all you music, pictures and videos on it. the phone has a magificiant five megapixel camara which is great for taking photos of things and also making videos. the phone is quite large and is really easy to use it has a simple menu where you click on the option you want to use for example the phonebook or messages. the phone also allows you to plug in your own headphones so you can listen to your music and videos. it has an organiser file which has a calander init and you are able to right a note on a certain date to remind you to do something for example someones birthday. however if you drop the phone on the screen it could crack this promblem can be easily solved if you purchase a screen cover to protect it for damage. the battrey dosent last that long either and needs to be charged up regually. but overall it is a great buy and worth every penny.

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      • Product Details

        It's GPS. It's a photo studio. It's a mobile disco. It's the World Wide Web. It's anything you want it to be. Explore the Internet with 3.5G ease. Navigate the world with interactive maps and purchasable local city guides. Download your favorite music tracks. And capture it all with 5 megapixel clarity and Carl Zeiss optics. Experience the true power of multimedia computing with the Nokia N95 multimedia computer.

        The Nokia web browser with MiniMap allows you to view web pages as they were originally intended. You can browse the entire page and then zoom in to the content you need. Connect with the world instantly with the Nokia N95 multimedia computer. It's a 3.5G device featuring wireless LAN technology, quadband GSM (850/900/1800/1900) and WCDMA, keeping you connected on up to five continents. Send e-mails at speed. Play your music or screen your photos and videos straight from your device to your compatible home electronics.

        With a simple slide you unlock the power of multimedia computing. The Nokia N95 was designed for you to seamlessly shift between browsing the web, snapping great photos, grooving to your favorite tunes and watching videos. Slide to reveal the dedicated media keys and slide back to access the numeric keypad.

        Live in the moment. Then re-live it again and again. The Nokia N95 brings mobile photography to high art with a 5 megapixel camera, Carl Zeiss optics, auto focus and flash. Compose your images beautifully in the impressive 2.6" display and fire away. And post your collection straight from your device to Flickr so no memory goes unshared. For a more cinematic experience, shoot your most spontaneous stories in DVD-like quality video at up to 30 frames per second. You might never want to lug your home movie camera around again.

        Plan your route, find your way home and get to know places you've never visited with integrated GPS mapping. Fly over more than 100 countries, zoom to street level and get the low-down on more than 15 million locations around the world. Discover the secrets of cities around the world with purchasable city guides. The world is a big place, it's time to start exploring.