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Phairoh

Sep 27, 2006, 2:02 PM

N95 Bands

I would just like to get clarification, if I could.

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?
It is absolutely, positively quad-band GSM.

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 ...
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Does this discussion about N95 being quad band mean that it will have complete coverage on the Cingular network?
ghettoknight92

Oct 6, 2006, 10:22 PM

3G?? HSDPA??

Can someone explain to me how this phone [Nokia N95] has HSDPA but is not 3G? I don't understand the qualifications for either, because the glossary makes it seem as if it should be 3G because HSDPA is an upgrade of UMTS or WCDMA...

Thanks...
Who said the N95 is not 3G? Confused

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.
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Invader J

Oct 2, 2006, 10:10 PM

"version for the US", har har.

Please, their version of the N95 for the US is more than likely going to be on Cingular. With no high-speed, only EDGE, because the GSM providers are the damn losers in the speed race. I'd ditch my contract and move to Cingular, despite less-than-stellar NYC reception, just for the US version of this phone - but only if they keep the feature set in parity with the overseas one.

Not likely.

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
the liklihood of this phone landing in cingular's hands is about the same as was the n80 - it's not happening.
Can someone tell me if the N95 is really coming to the US.
Rich Brome

Oct 12, 2006, 6:42 PM

New size-comparison photos

We just added some extra photos of the N75 and N95.

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.
jsmith9147

Oct 10, 2006, 4:27 PM

what megapixel

is it a 5mp?
The N95 is 5 megapixel.

The N75 is 2 megapixel.

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temptemp

Oct 5, 2006, 9:31 AM

when does N95 launch?

i know that it launch in Q1 2007,but someone told me that it have in Finland ready. i wanna know it launch or not.
Etix

Sep 30, 2006, 8:16 AM

5300??

Are those faceplates so you can change the color, or are you stuck with red??
mmc4009

Sep 29, 2006, 12:18 AM

N95 traffic and weather for navigation?

I was wondering does the navigation on the Nokia N95 has traffic monitoring and weather updates on the maps?
I think the default mapping application on the N95 is TeleAtlas. Some versions of that do support traffic:

http://www.teleatlas.com/Pub/Products/Dynamic_Data/i ... »

...although I don't know specifically about the N95 implementation.

The N9...
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Sam K

Sep 28, 2006, 12:21 PM

Confused about WCMDA / HSDPA capabilities in N75

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 only supports HSDPA. Does that mean that they also support WCDMA kind of like how EDGE phones also support GPRS? Can a WCDMA capable phone like the N75 take advantage of the HSDPA capabilities on the Cingular network but just at a slower speed?
WCDMA is a top speed of 700kb per second. while hsdpa is 1.8mb per second. they are based of the same principals but hsdpa is significantly faster. think of the way that edge and gprs phones are. gprs may be available but it does not mean they are edg...
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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
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tribalb

Sep 28, 2006, 10:24 AM

N95 rocks!

good god that phone is off the hook...whats gonna suck is the price...with all those features i cant imagine that not being more than a grand. sigh...guess ill wait another 2 years when the price drops. least then when i do get it i wont have trouble finding programs for it.
themightylife

Sep 27, 2006, 10:05 AM

End of the PopPort?

Thanks for a great recap. The best I have seen from the show.

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!
The N75 has a Pop-Port on the side:

http://www.phonescoop.com/articles/nokia_nx5/index.p ... »

...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 m...
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im gonna go with.... wEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!! Laughing
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ajpprc

Sep 28, 2006, 12:05 AM

Complete Roundup of N-Series Coverage

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