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Here is a video review of the Nokia N95 US. We've updated it to include a full test of the N95's 3G capability. You can watch it here:
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NOT on 3G in Video
If you look at the phone when your doing the web speed test, your not connected to ATT's 3G Network, looks like you have a Home Network Icon in the upper right, and that you must be using WiFi. There is NO 3G Icon under the Signal Bars on the upper Left.
Looks like you screwed it up somehow.
That's what we get for testing upstairs then actually shooting the video in the basement. It was not intentional.
Sorry for the bad info. We deeply regret the error.
We re-shot the 3G demo part of the video in true 3G mode and...
Just Too Expensive...
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Where to get it??
TV-Out & WiFi
Also, when he is web surfing I don't see the 3G logo, and it seems I saw the wifi icon there once. If that's the case, it wouldn't be a good measure of the AT&T network. He should have mentioned the wifi capabilities.