Nokia Extends Nseries with N75, N95
Sep 26, 2006, 8:11 AM by (staff)
Nokia today announced two all-new additions to its Nseries line of flagship phones, and several music-oriented updates to existing models.
- N75: A new clamshell smartphone with features similar to the N71, but in a thinner, lighter form factor with dedicated music keys on the front. Supports WCDMA 850/1900 and quad-band GSM/EDGE for the U.S. market. Features a microSD memory card slot (up to 2 GB), 2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.0, QVGA display, and S60 3rd Edition. Expected to ship in the U.S. by the end of this year.
- N95: Nokia's first phone with HSDPA high-speed data. This slide-style device sports a large 2.6 inch QVGA display, 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with Carl Ziess lens, VGA-resolution video capture at 30 fps with image stabilization, stereo Bluetooth, Wi-Fi with UPnP, TV output, a 3.5mm headphone jack, GPS and mapping software, slide-out media keys, and a microSD memory card slot. 3G works in the 2100 band for Europe and Asia only, although quad-band GSM is also included. Shipping Q1 2007.
- N91 8GB: An update to the N91 music phone that upgrades the internal hard disk drive from 4 GB to 8 GB. Available by the end of 2006.
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Finally, the best phone in the world
if the n75 is purported to be $399 unsubsidized, how much should this thing cost? $599? $799? $999?
And I read somewhere the N95 will be around $700.00.
N75 delayed till next year.
Does anyone know anything different (i.e. something more positive about the release date)?
Yea, um, N73 for sale
Like all "new" technology the N95 may come messed-up and i think Nokia hinted that a future US phone will have the similar features.
The N73 is great minus Wifi plus its black, plus plus i don't have to wait as long. . . . all that to say any advice???
Thanks in advance!!!
ok, i'm new to the n series but...damn! looks wicked. 5 mega-pixels. do i have that right? what i am really wondering is when these phones hit the states what company will offer them. do you think they will all be offered by the same one or, each a different company. I'm with verizon but contracts up soon so this could influence where i go]. thanks for any help!!!!
Why No US 3G Nokia?
That pretty much screams th...
Rich, clarification please...
That's according the official Nokia spec sheet, and verified with Nokia executives at the event yesterday.
stupid N75 question
2. can we see more pics of this unit. Boston Errol posted some on HoFo, but i still haven't seen the camera lense - must be on the bottom half of the flip.
2. We will have a full in-depth article with photos later this morning.
I just realized...
am i the only one that finds this ridiculous?
I think we're just getting to the good stuff. Now if only they'd put all of this new stuff into the E70 form factor...
Speaking of which, WTH happened to the E70-2? Are we ever going to see it, or was it killed bef...
Thanks Rich! Just what was lookin for!
Even more expensive
Yet even more phone/pda/media all-in-one devices that is going to cost an arm and a leg.
Sucks to be poor when you're a gadget freak.