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Sunday, 22 April 2007 12:02

Nokia N95 available

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Euroland for €670+ cash


Nokia's N95 flagship is available. You can get in Germany for about e400 with some bounding contract but the real price is about €670+.

For quite a lot of money you can get 5Mpixel camera, GPS navigation and a quite useful all in one device. We only wonder about the battery life.

And don’t let Nokia hear you call their N95 a phone, they might get angry as they advertise this piece of marchitecture as Mobile computer or something. It looks like a promising piece of packed marchitecture, all in just 120 grams.

You can grab one here.


 

Last modified on Sunday, 22 April 2007 14:38
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