My experience with the Nokia N95
I have had the Nokia N95 for about a year now and I love it!
Here is a brief review of my experiences:
It wasn’t great at first, but I had to recharge and recharge every day for about 3 weeks before it gave about 3 days of normal use, but heavy use with the camera, mp3 player, and some browsing lasted only one day. , so be sure to take an extra battery if you are going to be away from a power source for more than a day.
The screen quality is excellent. 320 x 240 pixels and a 262k color screen is sharp and viewable for movies. Keep in mind that you will have to convert movies to MP4 format, and there are plenty of software available to do it for you.
The keys are nice and easy to use, except for the navigation pad which may seem a bit unresponsive for gaming, however there are 13 keys together!
A very easy to use user interface, with bold glossy icons when you press the menu key. You can also move folder icons and place your most visited icons in the main menu or on the home screen.
The built-in GPS is a bit disappointing as it takes too long to receive a signal. I had more luck buying a bluetooth GPS receiver and using third party GPS software, such as Tom Tom Mobile.
Fairly standard and A2DP compliant, which means you can listen to music through a suitable pair of bluetooth headphones.
A great little computer phone that has lasted me 1 year and still works. It does everything I want it to do for mobile and more! I would recommend to anyone, even after a year, to go and get one, but keep in mind that the battery life is not great, but the device itself is brilliant!
Here are the specs:
This is the Nokia phone specification:
General 2G network GSM 850/900/1800/1900
3G HSDPA 2100 network
HSDPA 850/1900 – US version
Announced 2006, September
Available status. Released 2007, March
Size Dimensions 99 x 53 x 21mm, 90cc
Display type TFT, 16 million colors
Size 240 x 320 pixels, 40 x 53 mm
Ringtones type Polyphonic (64 channels), Monophonic, True Tones, MP3
Memory Phonebook Entries and fields practically unlimited, Photocall
Detailed call logs, maximum 30 days
MicroSD (TransFlash) card slot, up to 8GB, hot swap, 128MB card included
– 160 MB of internal memory
– 64 MB SDRAM memory
– ARM 11 332 MHz processor
GPRS data Class 10 (4 + 1/3 + 2 slots), 32 – 48 kbps
EDGE Class 32, 296 kbps; Class 11 DTM, 177 kbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g, UPnP technology
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
Infrared port Yes
USB Yes, v2.0 miniUSB
Symbian OS 9.2, S60 rel operating system features. 3.1
SMS, MMS, email, instant messaging
WAP 2.0 / xHTML browser, HTML
Downloadable games, order now
Colors Silver, Plum, Black, Pink, Red
5 MP camera, 2592 x 1944 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, video (VGA 30 fps), flash; CIF video call secondary camera
– Built-in GPS receiver
– A-GPS function
– Installed map app covering more than 100 countries
– Double slide design
– Java MIDP 2.0
– MP3 / AAC / AAC + / eAAC + / WMA player
– 3.5mm audio out jack
– TV off
– Stereo FM radio
– Office document viewer
– Push to speak
– Voice / memo dial
– Built-in hands-free
Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 950 mAh (BL-5F)
Standby up to 220 h
Talk time Up to 6 hr 30 min