Nokia Open Studio Fall 2006
In this preview, you said that the N95 is Quad-Band GSM. I assume this is correct since I'm guessing you were there and asked that specific question. However, on the official N-Series site (www.nokia.com/nseries/), the tech specs say that it is tri-band GSM (EDGE/GSM 900/1800/1900 + WCDMA 2100 MHz networks).
So, to the best of anyone's knowledge, which is it?
The spec sheets handed out to press (paper, PDF, and PowerPoint) at the launch event say quad-band. The product people at the event said that it is quad-band. I also just confirmed yet again with a Nokia ...
You are correct that HSDPA is 3G, so the N95 is definitely 3G.
However, the N95 only has 3G for European bands, so if you were to buy it for use here in the US, it would not work in 3G mode here.
"version for the US", har har.
New size-comparison photos
For the N75, we have some more shots of the external display camera interface in action, plus some additional side-by-side shots of it next to other phones for size comparison.
We also added a couple of additional N95 size-comparison photos.
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when does N95 launch?
N95 traffic and weather for navigation?
http://www.teleatlas.com/Pub/Products/Dynamic_Data/i ... »
...although I don't know specifically about the N95 implementation.
Confused about WCMDA / HSDPA capabilities in N75
Sam K said:...
The article states that the N75 supports WCDMA but "lacks HSDPA". I thought they were the same but after looking at the PhoneScoop glossary, it appears that HSDPA is an upgraded version WCDMA. I thought that Cingular
End of the PopPort?
I still have not been able to tell if the new N series have the horrible PopPort. Nobody took pictures of the bottoms of these phones..
Please get rid of the PopPort Nokia!
https://www.phonescoop.com/articles/nokia_nx5/index. ... »
...behind the door near the top. We didn't take a photo of the bottom because there's nothing there.
The N95, like the N91, uses ...
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