The Nokia N95 was a revolutionary smartphone released in 2007 that set the standard for modern mobile devices. Here are some key features that made it innovative:
- Sleek slider design with numeric keypad that slid up to reveal home screen buttons. This allowed for both a standard phone number pad and smartphone functionality.
- Large 2.6-inch QVGA display with 240 x 320 pixel resolution and up to 16 million colors. Big vibrant screen for games, videos, photos.
- 5MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, auto focus, and LED flash. First phone with excellent camera specs, able to shoot great photos and video.
- GPS and geotagging capabilities. One of the first phones with built-in GPS navigation and geotagging.
- MicroSD card slot for up to 2GB of external storage. Allowed users to store music, videos, photos.
- 3G and HSDPA support for fast internet connectivity speeds up to 3.6 Mbps. Surf the web and download at broadband speeds.
- Stereo FM radio with RDS support and 3.5mm audio jack. Listen to music and radio on the go.
- Symbian S60 OS provided a desktop style interface with multitasking. Use apps and widgets for an advanced experience.
- Connectivity options: 3G, Wifi, Infrared, Bluetooth 2.0. State of the art connectivity standards.
With its mix of multimedia features, connectivity, GPS, OS capabilities, and 5MP camera, the Nokia N95 pushed mobile phones closer to the smartphones we know today. It set new standards for photography, navigation, and internet connectivity in a mobile device.
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