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Nokia N95 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateSep 2008
Technical details
Product colourPurple
Flash card supportYes
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 radioYes
Music playerYes
Voice recordingYes
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
Data networkEdge
Phone features
Form factorSlider
Personal info management (PIM)Calculator, Calendar, To-do list
Java technologyYes
Push-to-Talk (PTT)Yes
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)Yes
GPS Performance
Position locationYes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Data transmission
Bluetooth version2.0+EDR
Infrared data portNo
Rear cameraYes
Rear camera resolution (numeric)5 MP
Rear camera resolution2.592 x 1.944 pixels
Built-in flashYes
Digital zoom20x
Sensor typeCMOS

Reviews of Nokia N95
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 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...
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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, 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 2008-04-28
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 2008-04-17
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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Reviewed on 2008-04-11
The Nokia N95 is as expensive as a laptop. But the high price is justified as the N95 is in a entente of its own. There is no phone in the market which can actually take on the N95. It loaded with tonnes of features and represents the very peak of tech...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-19
I really liked the original N95, but a few things left me with a sour taste in my mouth. For the price, the build quality was absolutely appalling, the battery life was pathetic and it constantly ran out of memory. I reviewed the N95 just under 6mths...
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Reviewed on 2007-12-16
It was only last week that I wrote at the end of my review of the Nokia N81 8GB that you should keep an eye open for my take on the N95 8GB. Well, if you waited, you may be pleasantly surprised; because I'd say the N95 8GB is a better device. When I look...
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Reviewed on 2007-12-13
Just as functional as the N95, Longer battery life, 8 GB memory, 2.8inch display
Heavier than the N95, No lens cover, Cannot use 3G in America
Following the market success of Nokia N95, which became a hit with its combined all-in-one functionality, the Finnish company has launched N95 US and N95 8GB, the former model being intended above all to fill the market niche, that was created due to t...
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Reviewed on 2007-10-21
In terms of reviews, the Nokia N95 8GB is relatively simple to handle, thankfully. Not because its a simple or trivial product, but because the original N95 is so well known and has been written about so many times that theres really little point in...
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Reviewed on 2007-09-26
What do you get when you add USA 3G bands (850MHz / 1900MHz WCDMA) to one of the most feature-rich phones on the market? Ah, you get the Nokia N95-3, and we’ve got it in the flesh in our hands-on studio! If you name something, this bad boy has got it....
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Reviewed on 2007-09-02
Great screen, best web browser on a phone, excellent camera, HSDPA, nice design
PRICE and BATTERY LIFE!!! Technorati: Nokia, Nokia N95, Smartphone, Mobile Phone, Mitchell Oke, Gear Diary
As I am sure you have seen, Jenneth has been extremely impressed by the Nokia N95 smartphone, going as far as to call it her “JesusPhone”. I managed to get my hands on one for a couple of weeks to review, and while I agree with many of her poi...
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Reviewed on 2007-08-20
Apparently the Nokia N95 will change the way we think about mobile phones with its multifunction capability, but I suspect existing Pocket PC and Smartphone users may be a little skeptical of this claim. We are after all used to having in our Pockets a...
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Reviewed on 2007-06-15
The Nokia N95 was the first Smartphone with a GPS to be announced by Nokia at the end of 2006, and though it was joined by the 6110 at the 3GSM, the latter is not yet available. Hard to believe it descends from the Nokia 6600 of only 3 years ago with ...
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Reviewed on 2007-06-08
Nokia calls the N95 a multimedia computer; I call it a lifestyle accessory. And more so than devices such as Treos and BlackBerries, the N95 could be the start of manufacturers understanding what people want to do, and putting it in a package that look...
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Reviewed on 2007-05-12
Much has been spoken – and written – about the fact that Nokia's N95 has a GPS antenna built into it, but I've not read a great deal about this in serious use for door to door navigation. Having tried it, I am more pleased with it than I expected to be, t...
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