What do AT&T customers have to look forward to when the phone launches? Well, it's AT&T's first 3G Nokia offering, sporting a 2MP camera and music-playing capabilities as well as a Symbian-based OS. It looks to be a pretty solid device, so although there's no word on price don't expect to get this one for $29.95 with a two-year contract.
As much as I'd LOVE AT&T to bring out the N95.....the picture you show (and indeed the link entitled Nokia N95 in your story) is not the N95. It's the N75.
Now stop getting my excited artificially. It's not right, and I'll be all upset for the rest of the afternoon as a result.
Bad bad bad Gizmodo!!