Nokia N95 prices in Philippines

From the era of polyphonic ringtones and monochrome phones comes the Nokia N95. A relic from the past, the N95 can be near considered vintage in The Philippines. As one of the devices in the transition between basic phones and smartphones, the Nokia N95 has come a long way. Find out more about the Nokia N95 in Philippines below.

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Cheapest at Galleon
₱ 3,677.00

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Nokia N95 Specs

Nokia N95 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateSep 2008
Flash card support
Internal memory160 MB
Flash memory8000 MB
Display diagonal6.6 cm (2.6")
Display resolution240 x 320 pixels
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
FM radio
Music player
Voice recording
Audio formats supportedAAC
Weight & dimensions
Weight120 g
Width53 mm
Depth99 mm
Height21 mm
Battery capacity950 mAh
Talk time (2G)4 h
Standby time (2G)225 h
Technical details
Colour of productPurple
Data networkEDGE
Phone features
Form factorSlider
Personal info management (PIM)Calculator, Calendar, To-do list
Java technology
Push-to-Talk (PTT)
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
GPS Performance
Position location
GPS (satellite)
Data transmission
Bluetooth version2.0+EDR
Infrared data port
Rear camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)5 MP
Rear camera resolution2.592 x 1.944 pixels
Built-in flash
Digital zoom20x
Sensor typeCMOS

Nokia N95 in The Philippines – A relic from the past

These days, it’s near impossible to find basic Nokia phones in Philippines. From the N-series, the Nokia N95 came as one of the first phones to forecast technology of the future. Featuring a large 2.8 inch screen (large for that time) and vivid colours, this little device had people all over talking about the possibilities of communication to come.

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 autofocus, and LED flash. It can also shoot video at 480p@30fps – that’s pretty advanced for a phone that came out 10 years ago.

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 iprice now at the lowest price in The Philippines today.

Nokia N95 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2011-05-19
The Nokia N95 8GB was the first truly feature-rich mobile phone I ever owned. Smartphones had been around for a while but the Nokia N series represented a step forward and helped to really popularize them. The Nokia N95 has an amazing range of feature...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-29
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Reviewed on 2008-10-02
Stunning 5 Megapixel camera, onboard video editingSlider motion feels flimsy, chunky handset
What's the difference between Nokia's popular N95 and the N95 8GB? We find out Stunning 5 Megapixel camera / on-board video editing Slider motion feels flimsy / chunky handset Early Nokia 3G phones looked like they had been styled by Picasso. And not i...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-09
Excellent camera, battery life, signal, balanced S60 phone.Buggy Bluetooth, buggy tethering, bad app store, overcomplicated WiFi, grossly, grossly, grossly overpriced, Final Score: 2/5
The Nokia N95-4 has been sold in mainstream retail stores for about a month. And, for a little longer than that, Nokia has given us a copy to review. Is Nokia’s fourth go-around with the N95 one that can stand up to iPhone 3G? Read more to find...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-20
Slick, dual-slider design. 8GB of internal storage and 128MB of RAM. 3G and Wi-Fi support. Built-in GPS. Hardware 3D graphics acceleration.No QWERTY keyboard. No memory card slot. Camera and video functions slow down the phone, which is otherwise fast.
The Nokia N95 smartphone ($750 direct) is a multimedia enthusiasts dream, offering stellar audio, video, gaming, and photo capabilities in a nifty dual-slider form factor. The new N95 8GB is a modest update of that design. Like the original, its an...
Reviewed on 2008-06-07
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Reviewed on 2008-05-20
One of the ongoing discussions in the Test Center has been whether the new Nokia N95 8 GB is a phone with a camera, or a camera with a phone. Or is it a media player that can take pictures and let you talk to others? The latest N95 from the Finland-bas...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-02
I recently got a hold of the brand new Nokia N95 8GB (N95-4) smart phone running the Symbian OS. This phone is the most powerful and feature packed phone I have used to date! It truly dominates the Apple iPhone on just about every aspect with features ...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-28
As Yogi Berra said, its deja vu all over again. . . for the 4th time. The Nokia N95 8 gig US edition (known fondly by its model number, N95-4 by S60 lovers) is indeed the 4th version of Nokias extremely popular flagship phone. To be fair, there hav...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-28
As Yogi Berra said, it's deja vu all over again. . . for the 4th time. The Nokia N95 8 gig US edition (known fondly by it's model number, N95-4 by S60 lovers) is indeed the 4th version of Nokia's extremely popular flagship phone. To be fair, there hav...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-17
The Nokia N95 (8GB) features 8GB of internal memory and has a spacious 2.8-inch display and 3G support. The smartphone also includes Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 5-megapixel camera, and robust multimedia capabilities.The 8GB N95 can be sluggish at times, and call quality could have been better. Theres no expansion slot, and its also very expensive.
Offering ample memory, a larger screen, and 3G support, the 8GB Nokia N95 is sure to please those looking for the ultimate in multimedia/cell phone convergence, but youll pay for the features, and there are some performance issues.
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