Nokia pulls out all the stops with its new N95

Nokia has today announced its new N95 smartphone and it is definitely an impressive offering by any account. The N95 does it all and features a 2-way slider design which gives it the ability to act as a media player in widescreen mode or function in portrait mode as a phone and map reader.

Nokia has thrown in everything but the kitchen sink when it comes to the N95. The device operates on HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE/GSM networks and features integrated GPS, a 5MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, TV-out, 2.6" QVGA screen, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, 802.11b/g wireless, built-in stereo speakers, a microSD slot and 160MB of internal memory.

The Nokia N95 uses S60 software which is based on the Symbian OS. Also included will be the Nokia Web Browser, GPS software with maps for over 100 countries (15 million POI's included), Yahoo! Search and Amazon's MobiPocket Reader.

The Nokia N95 is expected to launch in Europe in the first quarter of 2007 with a MSRP of 550 euros (around $700 USD). No word on if or when North America will see this phone. More images of the N95 can be found here if you’re interested.

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