This slider smartphone sports most of the features of the N95 in a more affordable package. While it lacks Wi-Fi and the camera is 2 megapixel, it does feature full GPS, a QVGA display, a memory card slot, stereo Bluetooth, voice control, text-to-speech, quad-band GSM, EDGE data, version 2 of Nokia's full web browser software, and Flash Lite 2.0.
WCDMA and front-facing camera on some versions only
This phone is not currently available from any major U.S. carrier. It is compatible with some U.S. networks, and may be available from third-party dealers or smaller, regional carriers.
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240 x 320 pixels (QVGA) (~182 ppi)
Type: LCD (Color TFT/TFD)
900 mAh LiIon, Removable
Talk: 3.5 hours max. (210 minutes)
Standby: 264 hours max. (11 days)
|Processor||369 MHz ARM 11|
|Memory||40 MB internal storage|
|Weight||4.41 oz (125 g)|
|Dimensions||3.98" x 1.93" x 0.79" (101 x 49 x 20.1 mm)|
|OS / Platform||
3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1
|SIM card size||Traditional / Mini (2FF)|
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