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Community Level 2runonthespot

runonthespot

Everything you need to know about the N95

AdvantagesIt does what it says on the tin (and more)

DisadvantagesBattery life could be better.

"...5 years. Texting is predictably good, Nokia dictionary is easy to add to, input styles can be switched, symbols (including a new-line character finally!) inserted etc. I was quite impressed to see if you choose input language as “French” for example it has a French dictionary associated and correctly accents letters. Maybe this is a common feature in modern phones- I’d never noticed it before. There are also some refinements over the N80 in ..." Read review
14.06.2007

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It's Best On 3

AdvantagesState of theart phone that you'll find difficult to bewithout

DisadvantagesBad battery life

"...a nasty experience with a Nokia phone two years ago, I was reluctant to return to the brand feeling more encouraged to stick with my Sony Ericsson phone which for a year had been 100% reliable and faithful (with the odd silly glitch) the trouble being in the year since I got my last phone Sony Ericsson a company that in recent years have been at the forefront of mobile technology have not moved on, while bizarrely the rest of the networks have. Nokia ..." Read review
04.01.2008

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Community Level 5Reposter78

Reposter78

This Beast Takes The Gadget Diamond review Review with images

AdvantagesIts An All In One

DisadvantagesBattery Life As Usual

"...the Symbian OS (read my Nokia 6630 review for a better understanding) due to the fact it is more superior to the Windows OS that you find in PDA's. This is where the Nokia N95 steps in. You see, not only does it use the Symbian OS, but Nokia's in general are easy to use, elegant in appearance and exceedingly practical for a geek like me. I have to admit that I've always owned a Nokia, but having said that, I've played with many others and taking ..." Read review
18.10.2007

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~The Phone That Does More~ Review with images

AdvantagesLots to use

Disadvantagestoo much to use

"...with Contract== I have had this Nokia N95 now for nearly a year so I feel I have used it enough to write a good review of my experiences to date. I have a long standing contract with O2 and when it came up for renewal I was certain I was going to ditch the contract and go pay as you go. The main reason for this was because I was fed up for paying a monthly fee when I seem to use my mobile phone so little and this really seemed a good one ..." Read review
10.07.2009

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Community Level 4fg4f

fg4f

My Nokia N95 8GB

AdvantagesSimple to use, with lots of functions.

DisadvantagesCant see the screen outside

"I have had my Nokia N95 8GB for about a month now, it has taken me a long time to choose a phone that I would enjoy using. After seeing this phone on display, my choice was made instantly. I've always ended up back with Nokia model because they are simple to use, and even with the all the programmes this phone offers, the navigation is very straightforward, and quick. One thing that has so far annoyed me, is if you dont close an application ..." Read review
01.07.2008

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Greater than the sum of its parts!

AdvantagesComprehensive features yet still easy to use and not too big

DisadvantagesBattery (as you'd expect), a couple of minor bugs

"...and does it well. Nokia have clearly put a lot of thought into the design of the menus and I get the feeling they might have even tried using the phone for a couple of days before putting them on the shelves! The detailed specification and many functions and features are covered in some excellent reviews but I'd like to expand upon my experience with the phone and the areas where I found it excels and the few areas that could be better. Its ..." Read review
09.04.2008

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Community Level 2GavinDownes

GavinDownes

Nokia N95 - Batteries not included.

AdvantagesGPRS, Web, 5 MP camera, speakers.

DisadvantagesBattery life, Prone to crashing.

"The Nokia N95, such a hyped up handset from the worlds leading mobile handset manufacturer. I bought the N95 when it first came out, couldn't wait to get my hands on it. Satellie navigation i thought on a phone...wow. I am very into new gadgets ,especially mobile phones and find myself changing my handset and even my contracts regularly just to get the latest technology. Sad...maybe, but gadgets are cool and this one is no exception. When it arrived ..." Read review
13.12.2007

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Community Level 2Greenyman

Greenyman

The Nokia N95

AdvantagesGood quality with plenty of great features and applications

DisadvantagesShort battery life, may occasionally freeze

"The Nokia n95 was first released on sale in the UK at the beginning of 2007. It was one of the most advanced phones available at this time. It has a lot to offer the owner. First of all, the display is a 240 x 360 TFT display with ambient light detector and up to 16million different colours to take your fancy. The display is quite clear with not a lot of icons to clutter up the space. The signal and battery levels are illustrated in the top corners ..." Read review
06.03.2009

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Community Level 3drow22

drow22

Nokia N95

AdvantagesToo many to mention

Disadvantagesdisappointing sat nav

"I recently purchased the Nokia N95 I have now had it for about two weeks, I haven't had a chance to use all the features, but have used quite a few and had a play around. So thought I would write a review and then update it as I try more and more of the features. The N95 is packed with features and this review could last for days if I explained them all. I'm going to concentrate on the most used and interesting features. Lets start with the ..." Read review
01.06.2007

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The Bugatti Veyron of Phones

AdvantagesIt does everything. Literally, everything.

DisadvantagesCheap it ain't. How long until Nokia announce one that is twice as good?

"...you have any sim free Nokia N95's in stock?" "Well, yes we do but they are very expensive" "Duh." So this is how I came to part with £469.99 for a mobile phone. Of course I was aware it's expensive. Everyone has had that advert tattooed into their retinas. The man pulls lots of things out of his pocket. A map, a stereo, a photo. But wait! It's all in one phone! Who exactly would assume that a 5 megapixel camera, DVD camcorder, Satnav system ..." Read review
05.06.2007

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Community Level 1Dan205

Dan205

Great phone but full of Nokia flaws

AdvantagesIt's everything in one small pocket sized lump!

DisadvantagesBattery life, poor RAM, poor build quality

"...stick with something like a Nokia 3210! The real reason for this phone is all the none phone related things it can do, a jack of all trades that whilst not a master of any of them, does a pretty damn good job of trying. You can see why it's refered to as a multimedia computer as it's far in excess of what a average PC could do just 10 years ago. I'll start with the features I was most impressed by as I believe most people after one will want ..." Read review
06.01.2008

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Community Level 1stephen1991

stephen1991

Best Phone So Far!

AdvantagesWi-Fi, 3G, GPS, Quick Charging

DisadvantagesSlightly Bulky, No Camera Lens Cover

"...I have owned the original Nokia N95. I have found this superior to the original because of its longer battery life and larger internal storage. When I opened the box (phones packaging) it came with the phone (obviously), battery, battery cover, charger, USB cable, TV out cable and earphones (with a in-line remote control). Also included was the CD-ROM (containing the Nokia PC Suite) and a leaflet about the Nokia N-Gage gaming feature. The setup ..." Read review
09.06.2009

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Community Level 1janesj1zc

janesj1zc

Nokia N95 8GB

AdvantagesLots of features, GPS, wireless, quality

DisadvantagesDelicate, no expandable memory

"...for older devices on the Nokia Mobile Search site. The 'multimedia' key, which used to be rather irrelevant and annoying is now slightly less irrelevant and less annoying. But I'm still struggling to work out why it's there. What was wrong with the traditional S60 standby screen and menu of icons and folders? There's now an additional carousel of 7 panes, Music, Videos, Gallery, Games, Contacts, Internet and Maps, each of which lists various options, ..." Read review
20.02.2009

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Community Level 1Eliphelet

Eliphelet

Review of the Nokia N95 mobile phone.

AdvantagesRange of Features, Look and Feel, Durability

DisadvantagesBattery Life

"...my opinion the N95 from Nokia represents a step forward in mobile telecommunication design. Being young, male, and relatively technilogically savvy, mobile phones must have a certain something to appeal to me, and I'm glad to say that this model has it in spades. It is over a year since I purchased the model, and I have waited until now to write a review of the phone in order to ensure that I have a thorough understanding of it. '''Look and Feel''' The ..." Read review
20.05.2009

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Nokia's peak

AdvantagesPacked with features, easy to use, versatile

DisadvantagesDelicate, no expandable memory

"...remaining a fan of the Nokia N series. For many years the Nokia N series has, in my opinion, produced some of the absolute best phones on the market. Ever since I got my first N series phone I have never used anything else. So, does this one continue in that vein? COST Well, I got it on 3, and the contract was 400 minutes and 200 texts for £27 a month. This is quite pricey by 3 standards. 3 used to offer the cheapest contracts back when they ..." Read review
02.10.2008

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