Mobile phones are no longer the simple messaging devices they used be several years back. Having transformed itself into sophisticated multimedia communication device, it now requires to incorporate the complex firmware to control its wide array of operations. While Nokia was unveiling a number of N95 firmware devices over the last couple of months, cell phone enthusiasts were waiting with abated breathe for the N95-3 firmware release. While most of us had given up hope about the N95-3 release suddenly, like a flash of lightning, the Nokia N95-3 V20.2.011 arrived on the Memorial Day.
It has Flash Lite 3 support, 19-second boot up time, 2-second camera boot up time, integrated search for Internet and My Content, N-Gage games demos, demand paging and web run time support. However, auto screen rotation (ASR) and User Data Preservation (UDP) is missing from this updated version. Now N95-3 users could get down to the task of installing the V20.2.011.
Source: Symbian Guru