How To: Quickly Spot The Difference Between The European Nokia N95 8GB (N95-2) And North American Nokia N95 8GB (N95-4)
The North American Nokia N95 8GB also known as Nokia N95-4 have hit the stores, but an uneducated shopper or a confused seller can easily mistake it from the European Nokia N95 8GB model. If you are in the United States on the AT&T network, you do not want to be stuck with the European model as it will give you much slower internet speeds. I found a quick way to spot the difference.
High Dynamic Range imaging, better known as HDR, is a great way to make your digital photos look awesome. HDR imaging uses multiple pictures with different exposure settings and combines them with Tone Mapping to make awesome pictures. Follow this How To to create your own HDR image with your Nseries phones.
Are you constantly checking your North American Nokia N95 for firmware updates on Nokia Software Update? You are not the only one. I’ll provide you the product codes list for the Nokia N95-3, and perhaps one day one of those codes will show a shiny new firmware. You can check updates based on Nokia product codes and use my list.
Currently, Sports Tracker users cannot have embeddable codes to show off their maps on blogs. During my vacation in Mexico, I used the Nokia N95 NAM with Nokia Sports Tracker to help me track where I travelled and help me locate where the pictures I took with. I already shared how to embed the location of geotagged photos but now I’ll tell you how to include the location path you took and perhaps create and share position art like Stavros.
Google released a search application for S60 last month and it has been very useful. I just press the pencil button on the Nokia N95 home screen, then a Google search form shows up ready for my query. Let me tell you how it helped me and my classmates remember the names of the seven dwarfs.
After looking at the Nokia N78 user manual from the FCC, you can see a section explaining how the built-in geotagging function works. It is simple. If the ‘record location’ option is on and a GPS position is acquired, the camera will save the location information within the pictures’ Exif data. No need for other applications like Shozu or Location Tagger.
So you have a bunch of photos geotagged with GPS-capable cameraphones like the Nokia N95 or the Nokia N82 and want to show it off on your blog. Here’s the tutorial on how to do it so you and other bloggers can show off where you’ve taken your pictures. This was how I was able to embed my map in my blog posts.
I used the Nokia N95 NAM with Sports Tracker to track GPS location while on a small boat tour in Cabo San Lucas. Surprisingly the pictures taken were also collected by the Nokia Sports Tracker. I don’t have much time to blog more about it but I’m really amazed with this app. Check out the ‘workout’ at Cabo.