...since 3months! Thats when I bought mine, unlocked! Because of the
slight iPhone hysteria I'd like to give you people some perspective:
The Nokia N95 has:
A hardware design that isn't near the sleakness of the iPhone but
still pretty nice... and it's smaller(99x53x21mm).
4Gb exchangeable memory (8Gb Cards coming),
5 mega pixel auto focus camera (with lens cover and flash),
30 fps video recording at 640x480 with image stabilization,
3.5mm headphone jack,
Bluetooth with A2DP stereo headset support,
quadband with high speed data like 3G,
built in GPS with voice navigation and maps,
DRM free media player supporting most important formats,
Syncing of PIM details (and iTunes on a mac if you want http://nokia.com/mac).
2.6" QVGA display in up to 16 mil. colors,
always online exchange mail support,
Flash Lite (2.0 unfortunately)
Safari web browser (default)
USB 2.0 via Mini USB
Java MIDP 2.0
Video calling (for those who bought in to that)
I've also bought and installed, to name a few:
SmartMovie XviD player to watch the latest TV-episodes for when i commute.
BestProfiles that switches profiles automatically based on my schedule
and according to my calendar meetings.
Opera Mobile (not mini) browser since I'm a long time user of it.
I read and edit office attachments from mails and read PDF files on it.
I use the Gmail java client.
I can do IM it from most common like Gtalk, Yahoo, MSN and Icq.
And to be honest, i bought an extra battery because it has to recharge
at least twice a day but hey still it is exchangeable :-P
Finally I'd like to point out another aspect that has been crucial in
my choice of phone: It can be fully operated using only one hand AND
it does not have a touch screen. If a phone has a touch screen
designers in my experience has a tendency to take the easy way out and
build functionality based on people holding the device with one hand
and pointing with the other. This (is my guess) also goes for the
iPhone. How do you then operate it when driving a car or walking down
the street holding something in you other hand?