Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Nokia N95 VS Nokia N95 8GB - War Between the Masters

Nokia N95 8GBA lot of other brands manufacturing style icons and feature rich devices come and go and some stay as well, but Nokia remains the prime choice for all those who believe in consistency. Moreover, it has already left an imprint of excellence in the minds of the masses; people don't give a second thought while buying a Nokia handset. The name is enough to cast an impression. With the advent of the Nokia N-Series, the brand has strengthened its foothold in the market. The N-Series is indeed a family of most high end mobile phones that evoke an acclaim among the gizmo geeks. Two of the most prominent warrior in this arena are the Nokia N95 and its near clone Nokia N95 8GB.

It is undeniable that both the phones are masterpieces. The Nokia N95 8GB arrived just after the original Nokia N95. True, it definitely has some added features. But, if we delve deep into their specifications of both the devices, we might find some loopholes. Quite obviously, the recent of the two, carries an enormous 8 GB internal flash memory as against 160 MB user memory in the Nokia N95, which certainly looks petite in front of the 8 GB version. But Nokia N95 includes a microSD (TransFlash) card slot which gives a provision of memory extension up to 8 GB. This compensates for having a small internal memory. The Nokia N95 8 GB, on the other hand, has an internal memory of 100 MB only. In total, the original version win the round!

Now talking about the power, the Nokia N95 has a standard battery, Li-Ion 950 mAh (BL-5F). Its calibre allows to give a standby back up of up to 220 hours and a talk time of 6 hours 30 minutes(approx.). This can be called a fairly good performance. However, the Nokia N95 8GB, has a Li-Ion 1200mAH (BL-6F) which is a better equipment than 950 mAh. It offers a higher standby battery back up of 280 hours. Needles to mention, when it comes to battery the Nokia N95 8GB is better.

TFT contributes to the look of a mobile phone to a great extent. The wider the TFT is the better it looks. This time again the Nokia N95 8 GB takes away the trophy. It has a TFT of 2.8" as opposed to the 2.6" display of the other. But for many, this may not make a big difference.

Since the battery is advanced and a bit bulky the back cover of the Nokia 8GB version is slightly different than its predecessor which undoubtedly gives it an appealing look. Not that the other one looks middling. One of the significant drawbacks of the Nokia 95 is its mediocre class 10 GPRS. The successor flaunts a class 32. This surely makes a difference. A class 32 GPRS facilitates Internet connectivity in a jiffy. With a class 32 GPRS you never have to wait while sending/receiving data packets to and from the mobile.

Apart from these, there are no disparities worth mentioning between the two. Both are known for their musical expertise. They have a state-of-the-art media player supporting MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA format files. If you don't have an iPod go for one of these superb widgets. They are ultimate musical extravaganzas. In a nutshell, both the Nokia N95 and Nokia N95 8 GB are loaded with uncountable niceties, and will grab your senses the moment they are turned on. You will never regret the decision to buy either of them. You can count upon their durability and utility going by the fact that they have been born as a Nokia prodigy.

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