Nokia looks to one-up iPhone

Nokia has attempted to one-up Apple's iPhone in both features and price. The world's largest handset maker introduced the N95 in North America for $750. The N95 is an "all-in-one multimedia computer," according to Nokia, and includes a 5-megapixel camera, media player, 3G networking over AT&T's HSDPA network, WiFi and Bluetooth running on the Symbian OS. Nokia says there is high demand. Boutique stores in New York City sold out within a day.

For more about the N95:
- check out this article from InformationWeek

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