The Nokia N95 8GB has a terrific range of features. For a start it runs on 3G networks and it supports Wi-Fi (802.11 b or g) so you can access and browse the web easily. You can also access office documents and email. You can view full web pages in the browser and since the phone has an accelerometer it will flip to portrait or landscape view to suit you. It also supports Bluetooth 2.0 for file transfer or wireless headphones and headsets.
It features an integrated GPS receiver and ships with Nokia Maps so you can always pinpoint your location and access turn-by-turn directions. If you want voice directions you have to pay a little extra but the maps are free.
Multimedia support is great and it makes a good digital audio player and a decent video player too. For audio the phone supports the following formats:
MP3, WMA, RealAudio, MIDI, SP-MIDI, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR and M4A
For video it supports these formats:
MP4, 3GP, RealVideo and Flash Video
There is even a TV out feature which allows you to output the video to an external TV with the cable supplied. There is also support for FM radio reception.
If you want to play games then the phone ships with a couple of basic options. The Nokia N95 also supports the N-Gage mobile gaming service. There are various apps for the phone that you can download. The software package that comes with it includes the PC suite for backing up the phone contents and also the Nokia Lifeblog which displays all your photos, movies and texts in chronological order like a kind of timeline diary.
The camera features Carl Zeiss optics and you can capture some really great shots with it. It is a 5 megapixel auto-focus device with a built in flash. The camcorder is pretty good too and you can capture at 640 x 480 pixels and 30 frames per second. Both feature a 4:3 aspect ratio.
The Nokia N95 also includes a basic set of apps such as a clock, calendar, calculator and file manager. All in all it has a long list of useful features.