During a meeting with the CEO of Sling Media, Om Malik got a peek at a trial version of the Nokia N95 that supports the US version of HSDPA. A few phone calls later, he's confirming that Nokia has plans to release the 3G'd-up N95 in the US next month.
One of our big knocks against this beast of a phone was the lack of 3G Stateside, so it's nice to see them take care of that more-than-niggling issue. If they could do something about the $750 pricetag while they're at it (possible, if they have a carrier on board), then they might see sales really pop. [GigaOM]