Interface:

N95 8GB uses Symbian 9.2 OS with S60 3rd edition feature pack 1, which is the same software version, used in the original. The variation here is the possibility to change the view of the icons in the main menu and the opportunity to set it in animated mode.



Phonebook, Organizer, & Messaging:

The Phonebook and Messaging menus have not been changed, only the Organizer has the additional function Share Online, which allows you to share your pictures or to write in a blog system via the websites Flickr and VOX.


Connectivity:

Just like the original, Nokia N95 8GB is a four-band phone, working in the (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) networks. Unfortunately, the UMTS has not been changed and remains 2100 MHz only. And, as we have already mentioned, this means that you’ll be able to use the phone’s 3G functionality Europe and Asia and not in America.


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