Nokia Launches New High-Tech Phone Series
Apr 27, 2005, 5:00 AM by (staff)
Nokia today announced Nseries, a new line of high-end phones featuring the latest technology. All phones in the Nseries line will feature the Series 60 smartphone OS, 3G technology, video sharing, 2 megapixel camera or better, Bluetooth, FM radio, and stereo audio:
- N91: A music-oriented phone with dedicated music keys and a 4GB hard drive for storing up to 3,000 songs. Audio features include a 3.5mm headphone jack, line-in for recording, FM radio with recording, and Bluetooth - all in stereo. For downloading music: WCDMA, class 10 EDGE, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g), and USB 2.0 with mass-storage profile. Supports mp3, M4A, AAC and WMA playback. Available 4th quarter.
- N90: High-end visual multimedia phone with twisting display and camera. Autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss lens and high-resolution (CIF / 352 x 288) video capture up to one hour. Dual displays with ultra-high-resolution main display (352 x 416 pixels.) Available early summer.
- N70: Similar to existing 6680 model, upgraded to a 2-megapixel main camera. Available in the 3rd quarter.
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Did I win the lottery? Because those phones are expensive.
If these phones are 3G
I'd be suprised if they make 2 versions of each, one for UMTS @ 2100Mhz (Europe) and another @ 1900Mhz (US).
Much of it depends on the timing. Because the N90 will come out fairly soon, it will probably be too early for Cingular's 3G network. Plus...
I think these phones are too rich for my blood:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050428/ap_on_hi_te/finl ... »
im not a fan
just my 2 cents of course
just my two cents
If you consider buying a decent digital camera and a decent cell pho...
Its about time!
(unless of course, you want to pick apart these phones too)
interesting phones though.