The Nokia N95 8GB is indeed a wonderful device and what else can be more welcome for a device of this stature other than a firmware update. Close on the heels of updates for N79, 5800 Xm, N95 Classic, Nokia has announced the availability of the Firmware update version 31.0.015 from the current available version 30.0.018. This update is available for unbranded phones only and we fellow Desi’s don’t have to worry as we don’t have to bother about locked or unlocked Nokia phones. This update of the N95 does not have UDP [User Data Preservation]. So don’t forget to back up all your important data.
The update itself is of miniscule nature and consists of preliminarily only few minor cosmetic changes and browser stability and puts to rest some constant Error messages that kept popping after the last update happened.
Continue reading “Nokia N95 8GB gets firmware update 31.0.015”
Everyone is looking at the newer Nseries and Eseries. “Oh the E66, the E71, the N85, the N96!” But what about the dated devices? Some of them are just one year old, others more than 2 years. But all of them still sport that stellar Nokia manufacturing quality. Great hardware, amazing software. These are the devices that created a milestone in Nokia’s portfolio, and are still, up until today extremely functional, highly relevant and very attractive.
So, did/do you own one of these? Are you looking into buying them because their price dropped since their initial release? Do you fancy some gadget lust? Well then you might want to feast your eyes on this gallery that I recompiled for you from my previous experience with them:
- Nokia E90, the first S60-powered communicator, business and multimedia GIANT
- Nokia N81 8GB, the first N-Gage handset with dedicated gaming keys, also a music BEAST
- Nokia N95, do we really need to describe it?
Continue reading “Nokia Oldie Photo Gallery E90, N81 8GB, N95”
I got a chance last week to play around with the Nokia N95 8GB phone !
The first thing tat grabs my attention in this phone is the awesome screen..
Dont you find the display impressive ? The feel of the phone was prerty similar to the N95 but it was slightly broader due to the increased screen size..
Continue reading “Nokia N95 8GB Live Pics”
As I had promised before , I m bringing you a comparison of the 5 Mega Pixel Cameras from Nokia .. Its the Nokia N82 vs the Nokia N95 .. Both phones carry a 5 Mega Pixel Camera with Carl Ziess Optics and Autofocus .. The Big difference is the flash .. The N82 has a Xenon flash whereas the N95 only a LED Flash ..
Continue reading “Nokia N82 VS N95 The 5 Mega Pixel Camera phone Battle”
If you were wondering why there are not much activity on this blog ? Then
the Nokia N Series Collection Nokia N81 GB N82 and N95 you see below is to blame .. I have been having a really cool time
playing with these 3 devices over the past 1 week .. Saddest part is that I have to bid adieu to the N95 and the N81 8Gb this weekend ..
The 3 phones are of distinct form factors .. one is a dual slider, other a normal slider and another a bar .. Continue reading “Clash of the N Series Titans N81 8GB, N82 and N95”
I would like to thank Amy and Siobhan from WomWorld
for sending me the N81 8GB and N95 phones for trialling for 2 weeks.
I was shocked when I got 2 boxes via courier from them. We had some confusion about the shipments initially.. but all was for good !!
I m already reviewing the N81 8Gb for the benefit of all you mobile music folks out there. Continue reading “Received Nokia N95 and N81 8GB from WomWorld Today !!”
Samsung too captured aplenty of hearts at the MWC. Most significant among them is the G810., Samsungs 5mpx Symbian offering. Samsung is releasing quite a few Symbian devices in a row now but this is the first with 5mpx. And looks of the device make it a Sure shot best seller. Not just Looks ., its also a true Multi Media power Horse., and as the
company puts it the perfect N95 killer.
The phone supports quad-band networks.It is a 3G enabled handset with HSDPA 3.6Mbps support. the Symbian edition is v9.2 S60 3rd edition OS. All your movies can be played flawlessly on its ample 2.6″ TFT QVGA display.
Continue reading “Samsung G810 Reality Check”
Well the BIG MOMMA wont be a fairy tale after all. After VIKY posted it a long time back. it all assumed to be a fair rumor. Ofcourse it had to., The N96 was like a BILLION DOLLAR BABY with those specs that would make HILLARY quit the presidential elections..The N96 looks similar to the N95 but is inspired by the new nseries design like the N81.
The Specs of this phone were leaked on the Nokia german site (ofline now ) We can expect this phone to makes it debut at Barcelona next week !!
- Quadband EDGE
- Dualband HSDPA 850/2100 MHz
- DVB-H Class C
- 92 cc volume
- 125 gram weight
- 103 x 55 x 18 mm
- 16 GB internal memory AND a microSD slot;
- 950 mAh battery
- 6.1 cm (2.8 inch) 320×240 display with 16 million colors
- 3.5 mm headphone jack
- WiFi (802.11b/g)
- 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens that also does VGA video recording at 30 FPS, Dual LED flash that can also be used when video recording!
- S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 (Flash Lite 3 enabled web browser included)
We’ll hold off on calling this thing a winner until we see it in person, but other than the lack of HSDPA 1900, there’s nary a spec in the list that we find ourselves frowning over.
Catch the N96 In India FIRST!
And the World will catch em later!!
you could see SHARUKH saying this on our tv screens soon!!
The same Samsung G800 with 5 megapixel camera sensor and 3x optical zoom, has been reinforced so that it can directly battle with the mighty Nokia N95 in the name of G810
Using the same software, Symbian Series 60 OS9.2 with Feature Pack 1 is quite a great move for Samsung’s Flagship (?) device to become one of the best in its kind.
* GSM/UMTS/3.6 Mbps HSDPA connectivity
* Symbian 9.2 OS with S60 3.1 UI
* 2.6″ 262K Color QVGA TFT display
* 5 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, anti-shake, face recognition, macro mode, autofocus, etc;
* 150 MB of memory and microSD memory card slot
* GPS navigation
* Wi-FI b/g
* Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, USB 2.0 (microUSB connector)
* 1200 mAh battery
* Dimensions: 104×52×9×18 mm Continue reading “Samsung G800 + Symbian S60 OS9.2 = Samsung G810”
Blogging today has become a rage. There are many Blogging platforms like WordPress, Blogger, Typepad etc that satisfy your Blogging needs. With the advent of smart phones, mobile Blogging has become popular. Today, Blogging platform like Blogspot and WordPress are very popular among people who want to start their Blogging career. Continue reading “Nokia N95, Blogging and WordPress”
Above are some of the reportedly leaked pictures of Nokia N96, which will be launched soon by Nokia…Nokia came up with the “Next Episode in Entertainment”, the N82…. Continue reading “Nokia N96 Coming ?”
Why is Nokia so interested in the American Market? This is yet another US Edition N95. But since it’s based on the N95 Classic and not the newer N95-3 it seems to have been largely ignored. It even uses the same old 950mA battery to go with it! Bummer!! The only major difference seem to be that it has a black back body and is also optimized to work with the North American Network – hence the name.
The N95 NAM’s camera has 5 mega pixels of clarity, featuring a 2.6″ display and Carl Zeiss optics. Shoot in DVD-like quality video up to 30 frames per second. Continue reading “N95 NAM Black and 1900Mhz 3G Power!”
Looks like Nokia is promoting its NSeries lineup again in India.
The N95 , N95 8GB and N81 are available in the market and they are the most recent entrants to the NSeries range.
You can win a Nokia N95 and N81 by signing up at the Nokia’s digital playground
The Contest runs only till the 30th of November , meaning you just have 14 days more to try our luck
So Hurry up !!
Thanks to Rajiv for the tip-off
Nokia might be rolling out a 8 GB version of the highly popular N95 to keep out competition from W960 and Apple Iphone
This XML file NN95_8GB-1r100.xml was found on Nokia’s developer site
The specs are not clear though apart from the 8 GB storage.
Nokia N95 is a descendant of Nokia N80 and offers a first of its kind 2-way sliding construction along with many other high-end features. The integrated GPS functionality has been becoming increasingly popular in hand-held devices. Embracing that trend, Nokia N95 comes with an integrated GPS module which working alongside with the preinstalled Maps application can help you navigate through the busy city streets as easy as you would with a in-dash automobile GPS system. Besides that, it’s the first HSDPA (3.5G) mobile of the Finnish manufacturer. HSDPA is not so wide spread right now but undoubtedly it would be the leading standard for fast data transfers to mobile devices in the future. Besides HSDPA, Nokia N95 features all other current connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, 3G and EDGE, quad-band GSM, stereo Bluetooth, Infrared and USB 2.0 plus a TV-out port.
The all-around musical experience is enhanced by the presence of the built-in stereo speakers, a 3.5 mm audio jack for using regular headphones, FM radio and microSD memory card slot which currently means that the mobile can accommodate up to 2GB of additional memory besides the 160MB internal one. In an attempt to turn it into an all-time reigning multimedia champion, Nokia engineers have integrated into N95 an impressive 5 megapixel camera with Carl-Zeiss optics, autofocus and the capability of recording videos at DVD-like quality.
Having in mind all that, it comes as a pleasant surprise that the mobile has rather reasonable dimensions, being slimmer and even lighter than Nokia N80. The device is equipped with a large 2.6″ TFT display with a QVGA (240×320) resolution.
Nokia N95 would be available in the first quarter of 2007 and is expected to hit the shelves at a price of 550 EUR
|GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz, UMTS 2100MHz
|99mm x 53mm x 19mm
(4.0″ x 2.0″ x 0.7″)
|8.75 days standby time
|2.5/3.5 hours talk time (GSM/UMTS)
|2.6″ 16M color TFT, 240×320 resolution
|Yes, 5 megapixel w/ Carl Zeiss optics
|VGA capture/playback at 30fps
|160MB, microSD memory slot
|Q1 2007 (manufacturer’s estimate)
|MP3/AAC/W4A/WMA music player, FM radio, dedicated music keys, speakerphone