The N-Series range of Nokia mobile phones represents the manufacturers best technology, design and specifications and includes collaborations with top designers and experts in their industries such as Carl Zeiss.
The range is renowned as the manufacturers showcase for the very best of mobile technology that is born out of their secure research and development departments as a closely guarded secret.
The pinnacle handset is the Nokia N95, the manufacturers first 5 megapixel camera phone and also the first handset to feature the unique two way sliding mechanism that reveals some dedicated music control keys.
Nokia have now improved on their original design and released the Nokia N95 8GB, as the name suggests the internal memory has been expanded to a substantial 8GB on top of the 100MB dedicated to text messages.
The exterior colour has been changed from Sand, Graphite and Plum to a matt Black finish and the keys situated just below the main display screen have been raised slightly to increase useability, the screen itself has actually been enlarged buy a further .2 inches from 2.6 to 2.8 inches.
There has also been an addition of a removable lens covers to protect the high specification Carl Zeiss camera lens when not in use and this has also freed up enough space for a larger and more powerful Li-Ion 1200mAH battery which increases the standby time from 220 hours to 280 hours, the manufacturer has achieved this without having to adjust the overall dimensions of the handset which stay at 99 x 53 x 21mm.
The rest of the Nokia N95 features have stayed the same which includes the impressive 5.0 megapixel camera that offers auto focus for quick, simple and quality picture capture, a built-in flash for low light conditions and support for video recording and playback of short video clips.
The N95 8GB is also 3G enabled allowing for fast internet download times of new mobile content such as ringtones, games, themes, wallpapers and new applications, 3G also offers extended services such as news and sports headlines, weather forecasts, music tracks and movie trailers on demand.
There is a second camera situated at the top of the front of the handset that facilitates 3G video calling, this new technology allows users to see and hear the person calling and is now being used for many new productive uses in business such as remote viewing for office staff and showing customers potential sites whilst out on location.
The Nokia N95 8GB 3G smartphone is, as with the original version, a Quad Band GSM handset with GPRS, HSDPA, EDGE, and WiFi plus Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP Stereo support, miniUSB and infra-red allowing for a multitude of connections and communication options. Equipped with an integrated GPS based satellite navigation system with maps covering over 100 countries pre-installed, the 8Gb Nokia N95 enables access to emails, online content, ability to view email attachments with the office document viewer and plan appointments and keep on schedule with its on board organiser.
Now that the N95 has the 8GB extended memory there is far more room for storage of music files created with the integrated music player, users can now create playlists to suit mood, tempo or genre and listen to them via Bluetooth devices such as headsets and speakers.