What’s the Buzz About the Soon-to-be-released Nokia N96 Mobile Phone?
On the third quarter of the year 2008, the Nokia N96 – which is the successor of the successful Nokia N9 and Nseries – is set to be released.
As the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer, it is quite easy for Nokia to come up with innovative designs and a line of mobile phones to suit a particular lifestyle.
For example, the Nokia Eseries is a line of mobile phones with enhanced connectivity and business application features. The target market of this line of mobile phones is business users.
Now, with the Nokia Nseries, it is actually a line of multimedia smartphones. The idea is to offer the modern mobile user digital multimedia services. This includes music playback, video, enhanced photography, Internet services and mobile gaming.
For these applications, high-speed wireless technology such as 3G, wireless LAN and HSDPA are used.
The first line of mobile phones was made available in April of 2005. So far, here are the models released under the Nokia Nseries:
- Nokia N70
- Nokia N70 Music Edition
- Nokia N71
- Nokia N72
- Nokia N73
- Nokia N73 Music Edition
- Nokia N75
- Nokia N76
- Nokia N77
- Nokia N78
- Nokia N80
- Nokia N81
- Nokia N81 8GB
- Nokia N82
- Nokia N90
- Nokia N92
- Nokia N93
- Nokia N93i
- Nokia N95
- Nokia N95 8GB
- Nokia N96
- Nokia N800
- Nokia N810
Nokia N96 Review
Despite the fact that the Nokia N96 is yet to be released on the third quarter of the year, some reviewers got the first dibs on the pre-production models. According to the Nokia N96 review online, the phone is lighter and slimmer than its predecessor which is the Nokia N95.
As compared to the other phones from the Nseries, the Nokia N96 has a better overall design quality. It has a 2-way slide just like the Nokia N95, but the features are much improved and sleeker-loooking.
Also, the first feature which has a great difference from the previous models is the internal memory. The Nokia N96 has 16GB of memory, twice the size of the Nokia N95 units.
The features of the Nokia N96 mobile phone includes:
- 3G and WLAN access
- GPS navigation
- Mobile television (depending on the network)
- Full HTML browser
- 5-Megapixel camera
- VGA camera in front for video calling
- Double LED flash
- 3G video calling
- Built-in motion sensor
The camera is the highlight of the Nokia N96. Aside from the improved resolution, it also uses the crystal clear Carl Zeiss optics Tessar lens. It comes complete with auto focus and auto exposure features. When you add to that the dual LED flash, this is one nifty camera and all-in-one phone to have.
If these features will all be incorporated in the actual Nokia N96 to be released on the third quarter of the year – then it is a definite improvement.
As compared to the previous designs of the Nokia Nseries phones, the Nokia N96 has a better camera resolution, more internal memory, as well as a lighter and sleeker design.