In their initial press release, Nokia called their N95 "what computers have become." It wasn't just a new phone, or even a new smartphone. The N95 was the evolution of the computer.

In short, we were reading PR poetry. And as it is known, there is only one way to counter PR poetry: dorky tech reviewer poetry.


So for this week's Frankenreview, we decided to abandon the traditional pullquotes and call in some favors to our fellow N95 reviewers.

Hit the jump to read—in Haiku form—what GigaOM, PCWorld, LAPTOP, MobileBurn and, of course, Gizmodo, had to say about the Nokia N95.


*This score does not represent the official PC World ranking, and is instead based upon reviewer Melissa Perenson's Melissometer(tm).

Five megapixels
GPS, 3G, nice screen
Here (unlike iPhone)
- Harry McCracken, Editor in Chief, PCWorld

Fast surfing, sharp pics
Shows you nearest ATMs
Too bad cash is gone
- Mark "Scoopy" Spoonauer, Editor in Chief, LAPTOP

Slick dual slide smartphone
More tech than Optimus Prime
Shame it has no juice
- Michael Oryl, Editor in chief, MobileBurn

He doesn't like poems
But we enjoyed his review
So we have it here
- Om Malik, Editor, GigaOM (POA Mark Wilson)


Like a concept phone
Great Cam, Nav, Endless Features
Shoddy Build, Battery
- Brian Lam, Editor, Gizmodo

OS: Series 60 (Symbian)
Bands: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz (in the U.S.)
Data: EDGE, Wi-Fi
Display: 2.6 inches (320 x 240 pixels, 16 million colors)
Bluetooth: 2.0
Memory: 160MB
Expansion: microSD
Talk/Standby Time: 3.5 hours/9 days
Weight: 4.2 ounces
Size: 3.9 x 2.1 0.8 inches