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THE N95: This Really Is What Computers Have Become

By on Jun 4, 2007 in Reviews, Tech Takes | 0 comments

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Ever since it debuted back in September 2006 it has been one of the most anticipated phones ever and it does live upto its expectations.

PROS: The most noticeable features are the 5MP camera which records stunning Photos and Video(even in VGA resolution at 30 fps), inbuilt GPS, Wi-Fi(compatible with 802.11b/g standards and UPnP tech.), and Bluetooth (with A2DP), a 3.5mm audio jack and it its novel 2-way slider design.
CONS: Poor Battery life, no touchscreen and terribly sluggish performance makes it difficult to justify is high price tag.

The review of Nokia N95: Ok. It certainly is one the best phone NOKIA has ever produced. First the build. Packed with all these features one must think that it a must be a hefty pone but its not so. The N95 measures 3.8×2.1×0.8 and weighs a mere 120gm. Its unique 2-way slider is something we haven’t seen before though it only contains the music keys when sliding down. However there is a problem. When putting the phone into a pants pocket or even when thrown into a bag, it was too easy to slide open the phone.

After this point, Boris went off to find a new motherboard for his comp. Not much of a review, but hey, it’s something!



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