Nokia N Series N95 - Silver (Unlocked) Smartphone
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About this product
- Product InformationThe lightweight, slim Nokia N Series N95 makes carrying a smartphone easy. The mobile device was released in 2007 and has all the bells and whistles, including pre-installed maps and an integrated GPS module. The face of the Nokia N Series N95 has a two-way sliding construction, with one side revealing the media player buttons and the other side exposing the numeric and alpha keypad. This smartphone has built-in stereo speakers along with a 3.5mm headphone jack to take music on the go. The 5 MP camera features auto focus and can take pictures and video. If it is an all-purpose functioning phone that you want, the Nokia N Series N95 is the way to go.
- Family LineNokia N Series
- Storage Capacity160MB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyEDGE,EGPRS,GPRS,GSM,GSM / GPRS / EDGE / HSDPA,HSDPA,WCDMA (UMTS)
- BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) HSDPA 2100
- Camera Resolution5.0MP
- ConnectivityMicro USB
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity950 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 390 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 228 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size2.6"
- Display Resolution240 x 320 pixels
- Color Depth24-bit (16.7 million colors)
- Touch ScreenNo
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height3.9 in.
- Depth0.83 in.
- Width2.09 in.
- Weight4.23 oz
- Antenna TypeInternal
Most relevant reviews
- ogechiattaOct 31, 2013by
The best phone for the International traveller.
I bought my first Nokia N95 unlocked phone four years ago and I must say that it was the best smartphone I've used. Battery life was great, picture quality was excellent, audio was good and storage space was generous. I travel overseas a lot and swapping the sim card is easy and hassle-free. I've dropped it several times on hard surfaces and simply picked it up to continue my calls, with no problem. When the "plasticky" battery cover broke, I simply went online and bought a complete new shell for $1.00 and replaced the whole cover. I still can't believe it but it's like new.
- kungyaMay 31, 2013by
Nokia N95. One is the fine cellphone.So easy to use. nice features. Offering ample memory, a larger screen, and 3G support, the 8GB Nokia N95 is sure to please those looking for the ultimate in multimedia.
- castironpupsSep 30, 2010by
Nokia N95 8GB Cellular Phone
I bought one of these phones two years ago when they first came out and I paid around $800.00 for it and after owning it for awhile I found that it was worth every penny I paid for it. My wife wanted a new cell phone recently and I found the price had come down on the N95 to only $350.00 or so new and I was able to purchase a fairly nice used one for her for only $150.00 on ebay. I will tell you that I don't even know how to use all of the features on this phone yet after two years of owning it but it is the best phone I have ever had. I bought it mainly for the camera. It has a 5 megapixel camera with a zoom function and a Carl Ziess Lens. It takes wonderful pictures and it is always there when I come across that Kodak moment. In comparison to the lousy pictures my previous camera phones would take the N95 is off the charts. Next to the camera I like the audio quality the best. The audio is super clear and is also one of my favorite features of the N95. I have had cell phones since 1993 when the first Motorola flip phone hit the street. Most of the audio on my previous phones had something to be desired as in "I can hardly you." The reception of signal on the N95 is also off the charts. It has reception when all other cell phones fail. No walking around going "can you hear me now?" with this cell phone. I have my N95 connected to the AT&T network (more bars in more places) and I have fun watching my friends trying to make phone calls on their cell phones and when they can't get a signal then I hand then mine and they can't believe the reception and clarity on the N95. The phone has a lot of functions that I never use like the GPS and also the music capability it has. It boasts 8GB of memory so you can keep a lot of tunes in it. I understand it has an FM transmitter so you can go to your friends house and play your tunes through their stereo or you can play them through your car radio. I wouldn't know because I never tried it. It also has an FM radio which I have tried but I don't really use that feature much either. The screen is very large and clear and easy to read. I just love how easy this phone is to use. The only problem I have ever had with my N95 is that because it is a computer it can lock up on you. I have had this happen maybe three or four times in two years so this is not an issue that bothers me a whole lot. I kind of freaked out the first time it happened (I thought the phone was broken) but I opened the battery compartment and removed and reinstalled the battery and then it was business as usual. Again my first one of these phones cost me around $800.00 and now that they have come down in price they are really a bargain. You will not be disappointed. The only other thing I might add is that when you are shopping for one of these you will come across the ones that are made in China and I will tell you that these have no internet and no GPS. I don't know anything about the quality of them compared to the ones made in Finland etc. Obviously if you don't need the internet and GPS function you can save yourself some money. The battery life is also fantastic on this phone as in 9 days without charging on standby. I love it on a trip because I just let it run night and day and I don't have to charge it in the motel at night. I have kept my N95 mint in a leather case since day one. I have seen some of the used ones for sale with scratches on the screen and even the lettering worn off the battery cover.Read full review
- chappypalDec 07, 2014by
This phone was ahead of it's time.
Great buy, great phone and great price. This phone was ahead of it's time during that era. It was well made but it should have been touch screen.
- plumerias-r-usDec 21, 2010by
An Excellent Phone
The Phone is a Nokia N95-2. The only complaint I have is this version doesn't have a micro-SD slot, but otherwise it is an excellent phone. Coming from a Nokia N80 I had for 3+ years, this phone works similarly but with many improvements. The image quality is much better and the features are familiar and easy to use. The key is I didn't want a phone that required a "data" plan with my cell phone provider. This phone can be used fully without the need for a data plan. I just use it's built in Wifi abilities to do everything web based. The FM radio is cool because this phone, unlike the N80, has stereo phonic speakers. Pretty nice feature. You can hook up the headset/antennae to it for FM, then hit loudspeaker for a very nice sound from your phone.
Just beware. There are many frauds out there. If the phone is not a N95-1, N95-2, or N95-4, don't buy it. There are cheap chinese knock-offs of the N95-5 and N95-6 that are crap. Even the N95-5 and N95-6 are garbage versions. If the phone you get doesn't have a nice tight slider, but instead wiggles around from side to side and the wifi doesn't work, it's a knock-off or an N95-5 or N95-6. Junk versions.Read full review