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Nokia N95

I purchased the Nokia N95 because of the five mega- pixel camera function and the Karl Zeiss lens. The phone generally feels well built with a dual slide screen which works very well with the mutli media functions of the phone. Also the 8 gigabyte storage is very good. There is a built in media player for many different functions including music, film and still shots. I find the camera controls a little bit unusual to use and not very quickly to start up this is especially good point if you as used to opening a phone and starting recording or taking snaps straight away, i have missed many good shots of friends due to the slow rate of the camera. The screen size is very good for the shots being one of the bigger in the range of cameras out there. But the pictures when loaded up to the computer are often grainy when you use them or start zooming in on the picture. Plus i found the software with the phone terrible not i now just use the windows file systems and the Picasso picture software.

The phone on the whole is very good to use. I have been using Nokias for most of the last ten years and have found them always to be very reliable and easy to use , but on this phone they have changed the operating system of the phone and made it not so easy to use especially the global position system (GPS) is difficult to navigate through. If they hadn't made the changes to the operating system i would have better thoughts on this phone but, it just doesn't have the same feel to it. Also because of the slide up screen there are lips for the screen runners on the side of the key pad and this is terrible for writing text messages and using the phone on a day to day basics also the keys are rounded and this cause your fingers to strike the key above very annoying especially if you are used to writing text messages very quickly or just using the phone quickly. But at the end of the day the camera is very good and is better than most of the other phones with cameras i have had. But just remember that the camera phone is not a replacement of your stand alone camera just yet.

chris Barlow
Sat, 14 Feb 2009 19:05:17 +0000

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