Remember the Nokia N95? As a high-end smartphone produced by Nokia in 2007, it has become the most popular handset with the Symbian S60 operating system out of the box. It came with an upper and lower double sliding cover design, a 5MP Carl Zeiss lens, VGA front camera, Wi-Fi support, etc.

Although the times have changed, HMD, owner of the Nokia brand, intends to resurrect the N95 in this era.

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A Youtuber Michael Fisher showed the N95 re-engraved engineering prototype produced by HMD in the latest video. Unfortunately, it cannot be turned on for functional demonstration.

The N95 re-engraved version uses a full-screen form. By the way, it is a true full-screen handset without any special-shaped cutting. At the same time, the sliding design of the N95 has been retained. But this time it uses a unique side sliding, which can call out a panel with dual front cameras, flash and dense speaker openings.

The back is also ingenious. It still uses a Zeiss lens camera. But the outer ring of the back camera can be pulled to serve as a bracket in the horizontal screen video mode.

The internal configuration is temporarily unknown. According to the Youtuber, HMD does not intend to deliver it to mass production for the time being.

Of course, the idea of ​​sliding sideways is beyond the speaker and the back phone holder. HTC has also had it before, including the EVO and HTC 7 Surround, but at the end…

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