Nokia N95 Video Tour
Apr 26, 2007, 11:33 AM by Eric Lin
The N95 is packed with so many features that not even our in-depth video could cover them all. But we can show you most of them.
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The N95 is Nokia's new flagship "multimedia computer" - packed with a number of bleeding edge features - at least when it comes to phones sold in the States. We take a tour through most of the N95's unique features, except for its GPS. Unfortunately that doesn't work indoors, and even outdoors is slow to lock on to satellites and respond.
You can watch the tour here:
Or you can visit the video on YouTube for more viewing and sharing options.
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a build quality question
I had a question for you. When you were shooting the video review of the N95, did the phone have a creaky slider? I have read numerous posts with the same problem. They all seem to say they have about a mm or 2 play, so it creaks when you push down on the slider...
Just curious...thanks man.
but i'd have to argue that no US 3G is not the biggest shortcoming. as much as i love the speed of 3G data, i ha...
Phone supports WPA/WPA2?
Do you know if the wireless client of this phone support WPA or WPA2 security? I had a phone before (Cingular 8525) that I could not get to work when my home wireless access point was using either flavor of WPA security. When downgrading to the less-effective WEP security, the phone connected fine. Any ideas about the N95?