Nokia N95 test photos | Sample Images Introduction
Nokia N95 multimedia
T he Nokia N95 multimedia computer has been introduced during the Photokina 2006 show, held in Cologne (Germany). Nokia have succeeded in realizing mobile communication for images as well as sound by creating a traditionally designed mobile phone with dual-slide mechanism. Besides mobile telephone traffic, the high-end Nokia N95 is capable of taking 5 Megapixel high resolution images. Obviously Nokia's latest showpiece is capable of doing a lot more but this time I want to focus on mobile imaging. The new Nokia N95 mobile phone, or multimedia computer, is equipped with a 5 Megapixel image sensor, auto focus, various photographic scenes and a 20x digital zoom among other things.
Nokia N95 - Mobile Imaging
The power of mobile imaging is the fact that you always carry your mobile phone on you unlike a digital camera. I am not putting up for discussion the question whether or not pictures taken with a mobile phone are of a lesser or better quality; a camera phone lets you take images quicker and more easily. Sharing your favorite moment with the rest of the mobile world is directly possible. The Nokia N95 beats them all at this moment and offers 5 Megapixels including a Carl Zeiss lens. I have taken the Nokia N95 on a day out around Amsterdam to take some sample shots with it.
Nokia N95 Test Photos
The Nokia N95 mobile telephone test photos have been taken with a production model and should be judged accordingly. The thumbnail size and large size images have been reduced in size for suitable rendering and have been compressed to ensure faster uploads. The original images are unedited ones. The new Nokia N95 multimedia computer is one of the mobile phones nominated to get reviewed within the next few weeks. Currently we are already testing some new mobile phones and we will publish a full Nokia N95 mobile phone review as soon as we have completed it.