Nokia certainly isn’t taking the iPhone-nomenon lying down in the ‘States. That new N95 with a fast 3G radio that works here will have a higher capacity battery than the 2006 model and Symbian-Guru has the first pics to show how Nokia accomodates it. Looks like they had to remove the camera shutter and redesign how the cam sits on the device; it appears a little recessed. You’ll also notice that Nokia slightly modified the very useful, dedicated media keys on the N95. Aside from making the casing a tad thinner to help with the slightly bulkier battery, it looks like everything else says status quo on this high-end multimedia device. Would you have changed anything else?
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