I remember when the Nokia N95 was first announced. I went gaga over its features: WiFi, 5MP camera, GPS and full multimedia support. I thought it was a bigger breakthrough than the iPhone. Over a year later, the N95 has lost much of its physical luster but maintains its "most desirable" status features wise. The 20.2.011 firmware promises a better multimedia computer. Boot time has been reduced to 19 seconds and you can begin recording in video or taking photos with the 5MP camera in two seconds.
The N95 may look a little old compared to the touchscreen powerhouses recently released and those to that have yet to be released but it's a phone that has a lot of history in its still young shelf-life. It feels old because it has served users much.