It was a great phone but I still don't have a chance to use or touch it now and my dream i really wanted it. That time, I was a student and no have money and I tried to save money for it so hard but the phone was so expensive, price about 500+$. I saved till 400$ i gave up ha-ha and buy another phone that i could afford but it also gave me a regret on buying that it's not N95. Now I still want to use it and wanna know the feeling how ? and imagine to student life in 2007 :D. Now i use 2 smart phones, newest model iPhone 7plus and Samsung S7 edge :)
I have the N95 8gb until today I still do not disappoint.
I'm waiting with the return of a new n95 just like the new 3310 came out.
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2016Whatsapp will not be supported on this phone after december 2016. You false im using whatsapp on n95 (but yesterday the flex cable have broken then i blend it then go to hell (i burn it).you can use whatsapp until 31/06.that an info for you.
Not just the phone is good; the supplied software LIFEBLOG was the best program for administering and archiving messages that any vendor had to offer. Pity Nokia gave that up for crap such as Nokia Suite which does not work right after a phone reset. Lifeblog was foolproof. It even allowed textual corrections as text messages were stored in a non-proprietary format.
But the worst problem with all good phones is the lack of batteries after awhile. By not supplying batteries the vendors force the users to buy new stuff.
I have been using my beloved nokia n95 for nearly 10 years now and I do not want to change it to any other phone.
I am using Nokia N 95 from last 7 years. And it's awesome product of Nokia. Simply I like this phone and not getting yet any branded phone as compare this n95. Thanks Nokia.
had my N95 over 10 years now and still the best phone ever, I won't change it
My new phone was stolen and now I'm back to using my Nokia N95 for a couple of days. Feels good with how simple it is and always comfortable in hands against the monster sizes of today's phones.
Ernie-007, 18 Jun 2016It is JUNE 2016 and I had been using my 8mb (black) NOKIA N95 since 2007 both as GSM cellular ... moreWow Dude you dont need computers at all. You can survive on N95 alone. Genius...
elsa, 11 Sep 2016Where can I get a memory card for this antique?It uses a normal Micro SD card
None of the softwares available online work on this phone anymore. The certificates have expired for most of them.