â€œThe Nokia N95 brings a range of multimedia ingredients together, such as a fantastic display, outstanding photo and video capability and high-speed connectivity, making it the ultimate multimedia computer,â€ said David Watkins, Multimedia Asia Pacific, Nokia.
â€œThis single device â€” which fits easily in your pocket â€” can replace stand-alone devices that you no longer need, whether itâ€™s your music player, your digital camera, PDA or navigation device,â€ he said in a statement.
N95 owners can locate interesting points of interests and find their way using the integrated GPS feature. The maps cover more than 100 countries and 15 million points of interests.
The application lets them locate themselves in the city, plan routes and the nearest points of interests around them. They can also purchase additional features such as voice guided navigation instructions.
The N95â€™s Carl Zeiss optics on the 5 megapixel camera enables print quality photos and DVD-like quality video clips, which can be enjoyed on a compatible television using the deviceâ€™s TV out feature.
The phone is also designed for High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) networks and with support for WLAN, EDGE and WCDMA networks.
Nokia said with HSDPA networks, browsing the Internet, reading email, streaming video and downloading large files can be carried out up to 10 times faster than with 3G.
The Nokia N95 is expected to start shipping in volumes during the first quarter of 2007 at an estimated unsubsidised retail price of â‚¬550 (RM 2,563).
Source: Business Times Online Malaysia
Whip out your credit cards and call your local importer, the
convergence device touched by Michelangelo Buonarroti himself (the last
name throws people off, he is the guy who painted the Sistine Chapel)
RM 2,563 = 724.91 American Dollars = 550.20 Euros = 369.37 British Pounds