Nokia N95 Problems and Advantages
Can you imagine a Nokia cell that besides its main factor of calling combines such features as GPS receiver, digital camera/camcorder and audio player? So it’s Nokia N95, an all-in-one computer phone. Though many can enumerate some Nikia N95 problems it’s still popular among the cell fans.
The super cell that does everything and has answers to all questions has a slide stylish design that provides an easy switching between telephony, entertainment, and Web browsing. Containing the integrated Wi-Fi connectivity it is irreplaceable at work, at home or even while driving somewhere.
What’s more? The cell has two cameras (one of high resolution placed on the back of the cell and another of a lower resolution laced on the front of it). The first camera also called as main has an image capture resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. That’s rather high thus one can take high quality pictures and perfect video as the second camera provides two-way video calling.
So what are the shortcomings? Nokia N95 problems include inconvenient browser, a great number of bugs that happen to pause the video fro some 10 seconds. Many users complain that some cells keep bugging month by month after their use.
• Unlocked quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and US 3G compatibility via 850/1900 UMTS/HSDPA plus EDGE capabilities
• 8 GB of internal memory (not expandable); 5-megapixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss Optics, autofocus, digital zoom; DVD-quality video capture
• GPS mapping and direction; Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g); Bluetooth 2.0 for handsfree devices and stereo music; FM radio; access to personal email
• Up to 5 hours of GSM talk time (3.5 hours using 3G), up to 280 hours (11.7 days) of standby time; backed by third party 1-year warranty
• Handset, battery travel charger, wired music headset, USB cable (DKE-2), video connectivity cable (CA-75U), Nokia documentation
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