We don't usually bother reporting every single handset that gets released but the N95 did catch our eye. It's main feature is its dual sliding use. With this you can slide it one way for texting and calling. A slight nudge in the other direction and you can access the media playback buttons and the screen also changes to landscape view so you can watch your videos in 'widescreen'.
It also has a whole range of embedded map and GPS data, no doubt gained from their acquisition of Gate5 earlier this year. Restaurants, routes and rivers are all stored. Naturally additional map data can be purchased later (they have to make money somehow).
With the Carl Zeiss optics on the 5 megapixel camera, you can capture print quality photos and DVD-like quality video clips. Photos and video clips can be enjoyed on a compatible television thanks to the device's TV out feature and support for Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) technology.
The Nokia N95 also offers a first class entertainment experience with the combination of a large 2.6" QVGA 16 million color display, impressive 3D graphics, built-in stereo speakers offering a 3D stereo effect, standard 3.5 mm audio jack, support for compatible microSD cards and mini USB for convenient data transfer. Browsing the internet on the Nokia N95 is easy with the Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map. New features such as a floating toolbar, password manager and auto complete, as well as web feeds with support for Atom and auto update are now included.
Sounds good and it has a price to match (550 Euro = ???370/$700ish). Expect it to hit your shelves some time next year...