Nokia top three features N95 8GB
13 November 2009 — 10:02 AM
Consumers recycling mobile phones may be tempted to shop for one newer model following the comments of one expert.
According to Nokia Conversations writer Phil, there are a number of handsets that have emerged from the Finnish manufacturer that have stood out as classics and the N95 8GB is one of them.
He explained that unlike some of the other devices that have impressed him over the years like the 9210i Communicator, the model did not feature a full qwerty keyboard, but more than made up for it with a good five-megapixel camera.
"The N95 8GB was the first convergence-style device I got truly excited about," the enthusiast concluded.
In addition, he noted the Nokia E70 - with its "oddly-sized" screen - was another handset that will go down as an all-time favourite.
The Nokia N95 8GB is available now on networks including Vodafone and Orange and can be picked up sim-free from some retailers.
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