The Nokia N95 multimedia phone
Convergence without compromise
At a multimedia event in New York recently, Nokia launched its most advanced multimedia computer yet: the Nokia N95.
With support for high-speed mobile networks, a 2-way slide concept, integrated GPS functionality and a 5 megapixel camera, the Nokia N95 truly offers an all-in-one multimedia experience.
Speaking at the event where the Nokia N95 was launched, the head of multimedia at Nokia, Anssi Vanjoki, said of the new device, “I think it really is justified to use the word revolutionary in the context of the Nokia N95. It’s convergence without compromise. This is truly what computers have become.”
Fast and striking
Designed for High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) networks and with support for WLAN, EDGE and WCDMA, the Nokia N95 provides excellent coverage and speeds. When the device is connected to an HSDPA network, a user can browse the internet, read email, stream video and download large files up to 10 times faster than with 3G.
Fast download speeds are complemented by a design geared towards media consumption. The two-way slide mechanism reveals a numeric keypad on one side, while dedicated media keys slide out from the opposite direction. A large 2.6” QVGA 16 million color display and 3D graphics augment the visual experience, while built-in speakers offer a 3D stereo effect that can be enjoyed through headphones plugged into a standard 3.5 mm audio jack. >
Find your way
The Nokia N95 also includes integrated GPS and the Maps application offering country, region and world maps. Users can find specific routes or locate services such as restaurants and hotels in more than 15 million points of interest in over 100 countries.
Superior imaging is made possible through the Carl Zeiss optics of the device’s 5-megapixel camera, which allows users to capture print-quality photos and DVD-like quality video clips. What’s more, photos and video clips can be viewed on a compatible television thanks to the Nokia N95’s TV out feature and support for Universal Plug ‘n’ Play (UPnP) networks.