Description: The Nokia N95 is their latest multimedia phone and is the first HSDPA (3.5G) device. It features Wi-Fi, WCDMA, quad-band GSM, Bluetooth (including A2DP), IrDA and USB 2.0 connectivity (via mini USB connector). Other hardware features include a 5 megapixel camera, a built in GPS, TV-Out, 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio, a MicroSD memory card slot and 150MB of internal memory. The 5.0 megapixel camera uses Carl Zeiss Optics with autofocus and digital zoom. A GPS is integrated into the device with a range of around 10m (satellite signal permitting). The N95 phone will ship with an application called Maps which has global overview maps built in. The dedicated multimedia keys on the top flip of the device are primarily designed for music playback, but can also be used in other multimedia contexts. The N95 uses S60 3rd Edition feature Pack 1 (Symbian 9.2) and as such includes version 2.0 of the open source Nokia web browser (supporting WML, XHTML and HTML in one browser), Flash Lite 2.0, FOTA (firmware over the air updates) and more...
ARM CPU: ARM1136 Processors
Silicon Supplier: TI OMAP2420 processor & ST WLAN Solution
OS: Symbian OS V9.2
Video Codec: ACTImagine - Mobiclip video codec
Award: TIPA 2007 Awards "Best Mobile Imaging Device in Europe"
Source: Nokia Forum