The phone ships with Nokia Maps navigation software.

Maps are free and voice guidance program can be downloaded for a modest fee.

The N95 US edition (N95-3) was more than a remake of the original N95 with US 3G, it boasted several improvements that Europeans didn't see until the N95-2 8 gig was released. The N95-3 (like the original N95-1) has a micro SD card slot for storage and the 8 gig model has (surprise) 8 gigs of flash storage built in but no micro SD card slot.

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The Nokia N95 (N95-1, internally known as RM-159) is a smartphone produced by Nokia as part of their Nseries line of portable devices.

The N95 runs Symbian OS v9.2, with a S60 3rd Edition user interface.

Due to the release of many more Nseries phones, the current retail price is roughly 70 euros, about 90 US dollars. On April 7, 2007, the N95 went on sale in the United States through Nokia's Flagship stores in New York and Chicago and through Nokia's website. Finally, later on January 7, 2008, Nokia introduced the N95-4, which is the US 8Gb version of the N95-3.

The phone got its FCC approval in January 30 and launched March 18 The N95 contains an integrated GPS receiver which is located below the 0 key on the keypad.

TV-out is a feature offered by the phones OMAP processor, that allows users to connect the smartphone, using the supplied cable, to a TV or any other composite video input.

Its main purpose is to allow users to show photos and videos on a large screen.

The phone has a two-way sliding mechanism, which can be used to access either media playback buttons or a numeric keypad.

Its probabilities include: a Global Positioning System receiver with maps and optional turn-by-turn directions; a 5 megapixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss optics, flash, video recording and video conferencing; wireless connectivity via HSDPA, Ir DA, 802.11x and Bluetooth; a portable media player with the ability to download podcasts over the air; a FM Radio tuner; Composite Video output via included cable; multi-tasking to allow several applications to run simultaneously; a web browser with support for HTML, Java Script and Adobe Flash; messaging via SMS, MMS and e-mail; Office suite and organizer functions; and the ability to install and run third party Java or Symbian mobile applications.

The N95 has built-in Wi-Fi, with which it can access the Internet (through a 802.11b/g wireless network).