Nokia N95 cell phone in India

Sushubh

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Oct 29, 2004
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Nokia Nseries, the premium multimedia sub-brand of Nokia today announced that its most awaited and the exciting convergence device - the N95 cell phone will soon be available across the country. The Nokia N95 is the first Nokia Nseries device to be available on a pre-booking scheme for technology Leaders and technology stylists and mobile enthusiasts. It will begin to ship soon in select Nokia stores nationally.

To avail of the pre-booking offer, consumers can type ‘MANY’ and send an SMS to 5555. They will then be further guided with the pre-booking procedure. This unique step is an attempt to address the huge excitement and anticipation amongst consumers for the much awaited Nokia N95. The pre-booking offer will be available to consumers across the country.

The Nokia N95 comes loaded with a 5-megapixel camera along with a powerful media player, 3G networking over the Cingular/AT&T HSDPA system, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
 

nayakrnr

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Feb 26, 2007
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cool.. even after five days not a reply..maybe no one is interested in this device..
 

nayakrnr

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Feb 26, 2007
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i know.. but still.. not even a WOW.. it has a 5MP camera kind a reply.. anyways.. any info about its price..
 

viralbug

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Jan 6, 2006
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a few people have already got their hands on this phone. its priced for around 37k. cant wait for the prices to drop to half, then i'll go get my piece. :pthis phone surely deserves a big WOW!!:thumbsup:
 

rdevakumar

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Aug 23, 2007
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Feedback from any users of this phone? I am planning to get one this week...
 


jakas

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Aug 18, 2007
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the worst battery life I have seen, otherwise its the best phone out there.There will be a N95i out soon with improved battery life.I would still recommend the N73.
 

rdevakumar

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Aug 23, 2007
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the worst battery life I have seen, otherwise its the best phone out there.
There will be a N95i out soon with improved battery life.
I would still recommend the N73.


In my experience, N95 battery is more than adequate for normal usage. I am recharging once in two days. My usage per day is something like: 1 hour of voice call (some time 2 hours), couple of photos and video recording, play back of the images in video in the TV, 1 to 2 hour of FM/songs listning. I expect my usage to increase when i enabled wi-fi at home. Still with that, i hope i will have adequate battery left if i can charge once in a day.

The phone is simply amazing. The 3.5mm audio pin allows you directly connect to any audio (any head phone, home music system) and the video quality is awsome (i never expect that in a mobile phone). The image quality is very good in good lighting. However, it may score marginally less with SE in audio quality.
 

netfreak

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Sep 8, 2005
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I am waiting for prices to come down to 20,000 levels to pick up this phone. For me GPS is the killer feature.