The Nokia N95 runs the latest version of the Symbian OS (S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1). In N95 you get a new version of S60 web browser with some new features like improved RSS and Flash Lite support. It Also support for more Bluetooth profiles (A2DP stereo audio profile). The UI (user interface) has some small changes too – a notification graphic over the icons of applications that are open. Overall feeling for me is a faster and more stable device than previous Nokias I used.
It has a 5 megapixels camera, uses Carl Zeiss optics and has a lens cover . The camera has a lot of extra settings, but I have used only the standard ones. Settings include 4 ISO settings, contrast and sharpness adjustment.
When you pull down the top of the N95 you can see the multimedia controls.these include forward, pause / play, stop and rewerse to control the Music Player. This could be handy,I have been using only the preinstalled music player and the default controls in that player.
The usability of the device is ok. If you are used to a Nokia smartphone there is now big news when it comes to the operating system, desktop shortcuts etc. The device uses the Symbian OS (operating system) and technical specs are S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1. The keyboard is large enough and the five way navigation works better than on some old Nokia models.
We have used my N95 as a “jukebox” at our companys spring party when we forgot to our gettoblaster at home. The has a a 3.5mm standrad audio jack – Great! The microSD card slot takes cards up to 2GB in size.
it comes with a price tag of $467.08.The ‘multimedia computer’ N95 smartphone may cost around Rs 30000 in India.