Nokia expands Nseries line of mobile phones

By Derek Sooman on April 25, 2006, 5:01 PM
Nokia's Nseries line of mobile phones has been expanded with the addition of three new phones, all of which are designed to encourage customers to shoot and share video and photos.

At the very high-end is the N93, a phone designed around video capture. Users can shoot MPEG-4 VGA videos at 30 frames per second and later burn the videos to DVD on their PCs using Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 software for Windows XP.

The Finnish manufacturer also introduced the N73, which features a 3.2 megapixel camera, integrated stereo speakers, digital music player, and FM radio. Both the N73 and N93 are based on the Symbian OS and run S60 3rd Edition Software.

At the low end, Nokia introduced the N72, with a 2 megapixel camera, music player, and FM radio. The phone is designed for markets including the Middle East, China, Indonesia, and Russia and operates on GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) and EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution) networks.

All three of the phones come preloaded with software that allows users to easily upload photos to Flickr, the photo sharing Web site that was bought by Yahoo last year.




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