The judging panel cited Nokia N95 features such as GPS, 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and MPEG4 video capture of up to 30 fps. EISA also highlighted the device’s data access of up to 3.5 Mb/s, advanced web browser, Wi-Fi, microSD slot, and audio reproduction of multiple audio formats.
"The Nokia N95 has evidently raised the bar for mobile devices and we are thrilled to receive this accolade from consumer electronics magazines across Europe," said Jonas Geust, head of Nokia Nseries Players Category, Multimedia, Nokia. "This award is an endorsement of the strategy behind Nokia Nseries – to bring to people’s hands high performance multimedia computers which make digital convergence a reality."
EISA is a consumer technology awards association, and comprises of nearly 50 prominent Photo, Video, Audio, Home Theater and Mobile Electronics magazines from 18 European countries.
The award comes after rumours that Nokia could be releasing a new and improved N95. The new model will have a massive 8gb of storage, plus an improved 128mb of ram. All of this packaged up behind a new VGA screen.