Nokia Launches Multimedia-Rich N95

Wireless device consolidates functions of multiple single-purpose devices.

April 11, 2007

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Nokia began U.S. sales of a global version of its N95 multifunction wireless device this week. The Nokia N95 smartphone, which is already sold in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, comes with Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS functionality and a 5-megapixel camera.

The Nokia N95 employs a slide design that lets users move from phone to music to video mode easily and it boasts a number of high-end capabilities including "DVD-like" video quality and a photo and video editor, according the vendor.

Nokia said the smartphone comes with the Nokia Maps application, which gives users access to specific route information and points of interest. Users can purchase city guides and voice-guided navigation. The Nokia N95 also features a digital media player with integrated stereo speakers.Nokia said its smartphone works on a wireless LAN as well as with EDGE/GSM, 850/900/1800/2100 and WCDMA/HSDPA 2100 networks. The N95 uses the Symbian operating system.

Customers can get localized support across the United States.

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