Instead of providing some great back story explaining how dominant Nokia used to be before Apple launched its iPhone, and other handset manufacturers started using the Android operating system on their devices, I am going to jump straight into it. Nokia has not been able to produce a phone that is greater than the Nokia N95 8GB they launched in 2007.
I remember when I bought my Nokia N95 8GB. I can compare the feeling to when I got my first iPhone. In fact, it took me a while to switch from my N95 to my iPhone. I really wasn’t sure about the whole touch screen interface and everything on my N95 just worked. It had a better camera, it worked as my 3G modem, it had apps I used often, and it also just felt right. I can’t explain it, but I was emotionally attached to this device because it was just brilliant.