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FCC approves updated N95 for U.S.

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 26 Aug 2007 19:31 User comments (1)

FCC approves updated N95 for U.S. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) appears to have given its blessing to the long-rumored American version of the popular N95 smartphone. All devices using U.S. airwaves must receive approval from the FCC before they can begin shipping in the territory. A lot of the features and specs seem similar to the regular N95, but what does stand out is a boost in memory to 8GB (same as highest capacity iPhone).
The casing color has changed to black and the lack of a camera cover seems to allow a higher capacity battery to be used. Input keys and directional controls appear to have shrunk also. A manual mentions the Nokia Music Store and the use of Windows Media Player to sync audio and video content with a PC. A new multimedia menu is also shown as well as information about the new N-Gage platform.

As with all NSeries phones, the N95 s built on the Symbian OS and S60 interface. It weighs about 4.2 ounces. It uses mini-USB for data transfers to other devices and a slot for a microSD card for storage expansion.

Source:
PDAStreet

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12.9.2007 13:50

I was waiting for the Nokia equivalent to the Iphone and it seems that they did not fail to deliver. Well done.

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