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U.S.-Specific Version Of Nokia N95 Approved By FCC

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Aug 20, 2007, 3:40 PM   by (staff)

A third version of the Nokia N95 multimedia computer has cleared the FCC. This newest version includes quad-band GSM/EDGE and dual-band WCDMA 850/1900 for use in the States. It carries over most specifications from the standard European version, including 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth, GPS and a 5 Megapixel camera. It runs the Symbian S60 platform, and has a microSD slot for media storage. None of the versions are officially offered by any U.S. carrier, but this version will work on AT&T's 3G network. There is no word on what pricing will be.


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Aug 20, 2007, 5:58 PM

front facing camera?

was this just a stock pic, or did it come directly from the FCC filing?

Also, can you guys confirm that it has a higher capacity battery than the original (that was the rumor, anyway).

just to vent: now that they have an 8Gb version in the pipes (that looks awesome in black BTW) this looks like yesterdays lunch
i was in shock regarding the front facing camera too. maybe now that cingular has video sharing they see the front facing camera as a benefit?

also we checked the manual and there's absolutely no reference about what size battery is included. i wis...

Aug 23, 2007, 8:51 AM

AT&T Release?

Is this phone going to be released with AT&T? I know some people said it hasn't been announced yet...but I'm just curious if anyone has any info. Thanks.. 😁
If the N75 experience is anything to go by, be prepared to add at least 6 months to any release date AT&T advertises. And unless you do the smart thing and buy it unbranded and unlocked, prepare to deal with the panoply of AT&Ts intrusive, cumbersome...

Aug 20, 2007, 5:19 PM

U.S. N95

Finally a worthy replacement for my Nokia 6682. 😈 I've been interested in a slider and wanted the original N95 but it had no support for U.S. 3G networks, more specifically at&t. I will be getting this phone....
I'm curious, are you going to WAIT for AT&T to launch it, or are you actually going to pay $750 for an unlocked one???

I just can't allow myself to pay that much, I really can't, I paid $500 for my Sharp V903, and as far as I'm concerned, that's pl...
Ill take one unlocked. Now that ive had an unlocked unbranded phone i wont go back to Branded. I really dont know about Nokia unbranded phones so i cant say you will be able to download mms settings if buying unbranded . SE however has a site wher...

Aug 24, 2007, 6:11 PM

Worth the $$

I'm pumped for the N95 US Version but will I still be when the price is unvailed? I currently have an N80 and wanted the N95 but was scared do to the price as well as the non-us support for it. So now I've waited and solved one problem that being theres a US version which will be able to get the best of my AT&T network even without having them as a dedicated carrier but will the price of this really drag my hopes down. I mean the Non-US is $750 (if your lucky) and up so how much cheaper can it be its the same phone with American bands? The iPhone was $600 bucks cant picture the N95 US version being much less.
I can see it costing around $400 with contract and like $600 without. Which more or less is inline with AT&T's top of the line phones (excluding the iphone). And probably with a $50 rebate as a teaser.

Aug 20, 2007, 4:13 PM


that is all.

I hope T-mobile will get wise and pick this up.
hopefully this will be for amp'd!
T-Mobil wont get this cause its 3g uses wcdma 850/1900. Like it says, most likely at&t will get it.
6263: yes
N95: no
that's it
T-mobile NOPE if anything AT&T

Aug 20, 2007, 9:12 PM

Why no HSDPA?

With AT&T gearing to upgrade their network to HSUPA, why are these phones not offering at least HSDPA
it is offering HSDPA

Aug 20, 2007, 6:23 PM

I'm Just Waitin'

I'm just waitin' for another AT&T "employee" who have just received word from corporate to inform us that AT&T gonna carry it.

I thank all the true employees that inform us, but, please, no more spurious claims.
And by the time AT&T does carry it, Chelsea Clinton will be ending her second term as President.

Aug 20, 2007, 7:57 PM

If only

if only the 8GB verison was the American one.
Personally, I'd rather have a handset with a microSD slot, than a whole butch of internal memory, or 8GB's of internal, AND a microSD slot would be awesome,...I just like removable memory, that's all.

Who knows, maybe we'll get lucky, and AT&T will...

Aug 20, 2007, 3:56 PM


🤤 I want 2, I phons got nothing on this thing...
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