Apparently, Apple isn’t the only mobile phone maker that Rogers Wireless is getting all warm and fuzzy with. Because even though it’s late, they are set to launch the Nokia N95 stardard version soon in their network, beating American network giant AT&T to the punch.
No software or hardware modification will be done on the Nokia N95 from Rogers Wireless, except for the fact that you’re going to have to live with a two-year contract with it if you get it from them.
This means that their N95 will probably only be a plain-vanilla version, not toting the 8GBs of memory and 2.8-inch display of its dark successor.
There’s no word on pricing yet, but expect it to be relatively fair priced because after all, this phone is so last year, anyway.
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