As we know, Nokia likes to call their NSeries handsets "multimedia computers." Well just announced is the Nokia N95 Multimedia Computer, the latest addition to the advanced Nokia NSeries line of handsets. Nokia says this new device can "replace stand-alone devices that you no longer need, whether it's your music player, your digital camera, PDA or navigation device." That would be nice, since everyone is waiting for that one great device that will do it all. The all-in-one Nokia N95 certainly can do a lot, it has a pioneering 2-way slide concept, integrated GPS functionality, a 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 2.6" QVGA 16 million color display, 3D graphics, built-in stereo speakers offering a 3D stereo effect, standard 3.5 mm audio jack, support for compatible microSD cards and mini USB for convenient data transfer.
The Nokia N95 supports high-speed mobile networks includinh High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) networks and with support for WLAN, EDGE and WCDMA networks, making it easier to watch and record videos, listen to songs, take high-quality photos, browse the internet, or catch up on email while on the move.
For browsing the internet, the Nokia N95 uses a Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map, with new features such as a floating toolbar, password manager and auto complete, as well as web feeds with support for Atom and auto update.
The Nokia N95 is expected to start shipping during the first quarter of 2007 at an estimated retail price of 550 euros.