How often did you wish your mobile phone had more abilities than what it is delivering now? Do you entertainment an earnest desire to wield a phone that would effortlessly take care of all your regular essentials in a way you had never known before? Perhaps such perfection is as much of a myth as the Loch Ness monster, or perhaps it has already made its presence known? Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has recently released, what seems like the dream phone of the future in the midst of a flurry of “oohs” and “wows”. The Nokia N95 has been claimed to be the best creation yet to have been let loose into a crowd of highly anticipating mobile phone lovers.

The Nokia N95 is a two way slider phone that screams sophistication from every angle. The phone has a 2.6 Inch TFT colour screen that supports a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The 5.0 megapixel digital camera of the phone is flanked by some revolutionary features like a 20 x digital zoom, autofocus, flash, Carl Zeiss Optics Tessar lens, scene settings, white balance, and colour tone. Moreover, the phone also comprises of a secondary CIF camera for video calling, and a GPS navigation system supporting maps for more than 100 countries. Another attraction of the Nokia N95 is its digital music player that supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+, and WMA formats, and is accompanied by a stereo FM radio and a visual radio. Working over an S60 software based Symbian operating system, the Quad Band phone comprises of effective connectivity tools like 3G, Bluetooth, USB 2.0, Pop Port, EDGE, HSCSD, WLAN Wi-Fi for seamless data sharing. The phone even treads into the Web world through its WAP, XHTML, and HTML browsers. The phone’s integrated memory of 160 MB can be further expanded up to 2 GB.

The Nokia N95 has garnered an astounding response even prior to its release, and considering quite a huge assemblage of high-tech features and abilities that it packs in, it has all the makings of your dream phone.

Source by Anastasia Elaina