Nokia N95

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Nokia N95 on O2 and T-Mobile contract from Dial A Phone
Nokia N95 on contract from T-Mobile
Nokia N95 Graphite on O2 contract from The Carphone Warehouse
Nokia N95 Plum on Orange contract from The Carphone Warehouse
Nokia N95 on contract from OneStopPhoneShop
Nokia N95 Silver Plum on O2, Vodafone, T-Mobile and Orange contract from Phones2u Direct
Nokia N95 Sand on Vodafone and Orange from Phones2u Direct

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The Nokia N95 is a feature packed device and mobile phone it has a very large 2.6" 240 x 320 pixel display an amazing 5 megapixel camera with arl Zeiss optics and autofocus and there is also a GPS-based satellite navigation. WOW.

The internal memory of the N95 is an impressive 160Mb and can be expanded with hot swappable microSD cards and a great MP3 player to boot.

When it comes to taking video clips, the N95 can record DVD quality video (Yes DVD Quality) at 640 x 480 pixels @ 30fps.

The Nokia N95 comes with music player features such as a stereo FM radio, visual radio and a music player which supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA music formats for all your music files. The N95 all ows you to use the music playing features when the phones screen is in it's slide down position which allows the user to view their music information in the landscape mode.

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Nokia N95 Spec


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Quad Band GSM 850 / 900 / 1800/ 1900 and UMTS 2100




240 x 320 pixels with 16m colours


Massive 5 megapixels


Slifer - 99 x 53 x 21mm / 120g


Phonebook : Advance
Internal(MB) : 160Mb
Expansion : microSD (128Mb MicroSD included), Up to 2GB






Symbian 9.2 - S60 3rd edition, Feature Pack 1






Java (J2ME) Yes ,MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
WAP Yes Ver 2.0
Platform / OS Symbian 9.2 - S60 3rd edition, Feature Pack 1
Browser Nokia Web Browser with Mini map
Predictive Text Entry T9
PIM Application Advanced S60 PIM features including calendar, contacts, to-do list, and PIM printing
Other Application Document viewers (Excel,Word,PowerPoint, PDF) , Built-in GPS, Flash Lite 1.1

Battery life:

2.5-3.5 hours talk with 9 days standby

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Review by: Jamie From: England On: 25th June 2007
What can I say about the Nokia N95 apart from its brill. Looks wise its the dogs it just looks amazing. The features on the N95 are excellent, how do Nokia put so much on such a small phone and the 5 mega camera just has to be seen to be believed.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: Adrian From: Scotland On: 20th June 2007
I've had this phone now for four months and got it on Vodafone from the Carphone Warehouse, it does have a couple of problems for example it freezes when it is overwokrd and I really dont like the sliding mechanism. But what you get in such a small small package is truelly amazing. Apart from the above I have had no problems and thikn the Nokia N95 is absolutely brilliant and so do my work colleagues.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: Jane Pauls From: England On: 19th June 2007
Nokia have done it again with this phone, the N95 is fab. It looks the part and is just great for business or pleasure, it has frozen a couple of times but apart from that np problems, I think I will keep this phone for some time now.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: N Briggs From: England On: 19th June 2007
Agree with the positive views but just thought I'd mention having bought one from amazon: Phone is dark plum version (most common), No micro SD card is included, Box is Nokia branded, and firmware is 10.0.018 in group 66.01 so can be updated on nokia website to 11.0.026 (latest). VOIP is fully functional unlike the crippled orange and vodafone branded units
Rating: 4/5

Review by: Ewan Thomas From: England On: 17th June 2007
The Nokia N95 gets 10 out of ten for looks 10 out of 10 for functionality and 10 out of 10 for being the best and most impressive mobile I have ever had. It looks reaaly nice is easy to use, has GPS which I have found very usefull on 3 occasions now. It really has save me time and money.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: John Sims From: England On: 16th June 2007
I have had the N95 for two weeks now and after spending some time setting it up and getting used to the menu system I have had no problems at all. The wifi is reaaly handy especially when doing a pub quiz. The sat nav works well and the camera is just amazing with 5 megapixels its better than my digiatl camera which is now gathering dust. Great phone, great looks and great software.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: Toni From: England On: 16th June 2007
I love it - Had to get my partner to show me how to use it though and it took ages as there are so many functions. Great camera and video too.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: Martin From: England On: 13th June 2007
5megapixel camera and gps and a phone, its great and its smaller than my tomtom.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: D Grant From: Scotland On: 12th June 2007
To sum up this phone has nearly everything the only downside is that it needs charging almost everynight but it is a small price to pay for such a convienient device. Some people I know are holding out for the Ipod phone I cant see why and I was debating doing the same. the only thing is what is nokia going to do next!

One bad point to add which i didnt realise till a few days ago is the battery is not the best litstening to music on the way home from London and the battery died on me. If you get one of these recharge it EVERY night because it will probably not scrape through to the next night!
Rating: 5/5

Review by: David Weston From: Wales On: 10th June 2007
I have always used Nokia phones for one reason they just work. I've not had this phone long (Upgrade from N80) but have to say so far it is very good. The camera produces good results in bright sunshine, but don't expect to much in low light conditions with the shadows showing a lot of noise, not a big problem in a mobile.

The MP3 player is just fab the controls hidden in the reverse slide is just a great idea, the sound quality from the in built stereo speakers is only ok but plug headphones into the built in 3.5mm jack and the sound is fantastic.

The GPS system is usefull but satalite receiving is a bit up and down that said I have to admit I have not tested it fully outdoors yet, where I would expect a big improvement. One thing to note about the GPS Maps function, a previous reviewer stated that maps can be downloaded at a cost of 45, I am actually dowloading the map of england at the moment and its free just go to and download the maps from there, if you don't the N95 will download automatically, the maps are still free but it may cost you a small fortune in network time.
Rating: 5/5

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