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3G N95 goes on sale in United States

updated 04:35 pm EDT, Wed September 26, 2007

3G N95 goes on sale in US

Nokia has at last released its latest American N95, equipped with 3G. Not to be confused with the separate 8GB N95, the new model focuses just on broadband, adding 850 and 1900MHz HSDPA that should allow higher data rates on networks such as AT&T and Rogers. The phone includes other minor refinements as well, such as longer battery life, built-in assisted GPS, and a bundled 1GB microSD card to provide reasonable storage. It is currently being sold for $699 at Nokia's flagship stores in New York City and Chicago, but anecdotes note that it can be had for $50 less at MobileCityOnline. [via Symbian-Guru]



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