Nokia N95 8GB hits US frequencies

08 Jan, 2008

There's been a lot of talk lately about a rumored US version of the Nokia N95 8GB. After the CES expo went to a flying start yesterday, Nokia officially announced and showcased the Nokia N95 8GB which has support for the US 3G frequencies of 850 and 1900MHz instead of the European 2100MHz.

Now North American users can enjoy high-speed HSDPA wireless data transfers with the UMTS bands that are most popular over the Big Pond. Otherwise, the specs of the new Nokia N95 8GB remain untouched - a gorgeous 2.8 TFT display, 128MB RAM, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a 5 megapixel auto focus camera.

The expected retail price is around USD 750.

Interestingly enough the guys over at visiting the CES expo have also spotted a red version of the US Nokia N95 classic. It seems a bit too much to our taste. We really dig the black variety.


Reader comments

  • deepak
  • 11 Apr 2011
  • uCr

Yes i agree with u,its battery back is not good so i have to charge it again and again........

  • Ahsan
  • 08 Jan 2010
  • uWB

Although its battery time is worst .... but ... still i love my n95 :)

  • bello
  • 29 Jan 2008
  • ndY

Hi, I played a lot with it. Best phone on the market. Especially considering multimedia and office functions. The only thing I miss is a touchscreen. Compared with HTC Touch Cruise, multimedia is far better and also VoIP/SIP included and fully integr...

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