These days, it’s near impossible to find basic Nokia phones in
Before its time
Ushering the new era of smartphones, the Nokia N95 brought innovation into the fastest mode of communication. Everything we now take for granted such as coloured graphics, MP3 capabilities, an efficient camera – the Nokia N95 brought forward. In fact, for its time, the Nokia N95 was seen as ahead in technology.
Nokia N95 specs
The Symbian OS 9.2 S60 runs the device on the 332 MHz Dual ARM 11 processor along with the 3D Graphics HW Accelerator keeps the Nokia N95 powered up as you use its functions. The 5MP Carl Zeiss optical camera comes with
The Nokia N95 also comes with A-GPS (Nokia Maps), infrared port, Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi capabilities. Along with stereo FM radio and miniUSB connectivity. Also, all the basic functions needed to keep updated in today’s world are present. You get SMS, MMS, email, IM. Internet browsing comes in the form of WAP 2.0. As for battery pack, you get a Li-Ion 1200 mAh battery to power up the device all day.
How to use the Nokia N95 today
The Nokia N95 may be considered outdated today, but it is far from backward. This nippy device is perfect as a secondary smartphone. Keep it stashed safely for a rainy day. It also is great as a transition from basic phones to the more advanced ones today. Get used to the life of advanced smartphones. It’s also great for those collecting smartphones from yesteryear. Get this of a device on