My new Nokia N95

It has been a while since I posted – apologies, it’s 4th Q and there’s a lot of pressure. Even the late hours in which I used to write are now dedicated to customers and opportunities.
I didn’t get a chance to update you on my latest acquisition, or shall I say upgrade, to Nokia N95, multimedia phone. I set my eyes on that particular phone for some time, as it is, by far, the best cellphone currently on the market. Features-wise. I know the iPhone is much more cooler, and maybe some HTC’s are more comfortable to handle, but if you look at the overall package – there’s really nothing close to it, other than its big brother, the N95 8GB.
Much has been said about the capabilities of this phone, so I’ll mention the highlights:
Arm 11 332MHz processor, 3.5G phone, BT 2.0 (with A2DP support), Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g with UPnP), 240×320 16M colots screen with auto-contrast, Symbian OS 9.2, S60 rel. 3, Mini-USB port, 3.5mm headphones jack, internal GPS receiver, TV-out, 5MP still camera Carl Zeiss Optics, with 30fps video quality, and another CIF camera for video-calls – all of that packed in a dual slide 120g machine.

So far I had little time to play with it, but I already have taken full use of the 5MP camera – all of the pictures here were taken with the phone camera. You can see the nH Brussels Airport Hotel, where I’m staying this week, the fine print on the elevator door and some night shots, with the built-in flash (updated in my Flickr account soon).
On top of that, I installed Lotus Sametime Mobile, and Lotus Mobile Connect (for secure VPN tunneling), so whenever I detect a hotspot, I can ping some colleagues and show off… 😉 If we mentioned Wi-Fi, there’s obviously Fring, which allows you to use your N95 as a VoIP phone, bringing your buddy list from AOL, Google Talk, Skype, MSN Messenger, ICQ, Twitter and SIP.

Gotta go now – busy day tomorrow, but before I go, you need to check out the latest video from a Lotus Notes and Domino campaign in the UK. The slogan is ‘Clear your desktop‘, which Lotus Notes provides very easily…

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