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New Nokia Nseries range shines spotlight on music - What's New? New Nokia Nseries range shines spotlight on music

27 September 2006
Reported by Angus Leung

Special black editions of Nokia N70, Nokia N73 and Nokia N91 8GB offer ultimate mobile music experiences

Today, Nokia unveiled music editions of three Nokia Nseries multimedia computers, the Nokia N70 Music Edition, Nokia N73 Music Edition and Nokia N91 8GB. The Nokia Nseries Music Range combines sleek black design with heightened mobile music experiences appealing to the music enthusiast in everyone. Key benefits include dedicated music access keys, Nokia PC Suite and new software for easy synchronization and music management, and additional storage capacity - with an 8GB hard drive, the Nokia N91 8GB is a fully-loaded music machine!

"Music is an essential part of our daily lives and it has the power to evoke memories and change moods," said Tommi Mustonen, Director, Multimedia, Nokia. "With our new Nokia Nseries Music Range, we hope to enhance those personal experiences and make them even more special. For instance, you can receive recommendations from independent music experts with Music Recommenders, add song after song thanks to additional memory capacity, and easily manage and synchronize your favorite tunes with your mobile device. These benefits and many more make our new Music Range the ultimate for mobile music experiences."

Whether you're sitting on the bus or walking down the street, you can now enjoy your music more conveniently. Your favourite tunes are only one touch away with dedicated music access keys. Managing your music is further simplified with the integrated music player. From the music menu you can build and edit play lists on the fly. It's also a breeze to rip your CDs, synchronize them with your device, and start grooving on the go with the Nokia Music Manager, a part of Nokia PC Suite.

In addition, the Nokia N70 Music Edition, Nokia N73 Music Edition and Nokia N91 8GB have more memory for all those have-to-have songs, with up to 1GB, 2GB and 8GB respectively. With support for the two most popular music formats worldwide, MP3 and AAC, no song should go unheard. For enhanced sound quality you can use a compatible high quality headphone with the standard 3.5mm stereo headset plug.

Furthermore, with web connectivity you can enjoy high quality music on the go. You can easily access the latest news on your favorite artists, buy upcoming concert tickets, and hear the latest tracks - all at your fingertips. Experiences such as podcasting, Stereo FM radio with Station Directory and Visual Radio, and Music Recommenders, further push the boundaries of mobile music.

Nokia N91 8GB: Jukebox in your pocket
(Available in Australia November)
The iconic Nokia N91 8GB offers the best music experience for mobile. With an 8GB hard drive you get up to 6000* songs. Features such as dedicated music keys, premium inbox music-optimized headset with remote control, synchronization with Windows Media Player, and Bluetooth connectivity support combined with the other essential ingredients that make up the Nokia Nseries Music Range, the new Nokia N91 8GB is a true jukebox in your pocket.
 

Nokia N73 Music Edition: Digital meets audio (Available in Australia November)
The Nokia N73 Music Edition is a stunning multimedia computer with up to 2GB of memory, integrated stereo speakers for optimized audio pleasure, and easy synchronization with Windows Media Player. With support for MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA, you can choose how you rip your tunes and play them. Complemented with exquisite photography features such as a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and autofocus, the Nokia N73 Music Edition is a bona fide marriage of digital and audio.

Nokia N70 Music Edition: All-in-one music player (Available in Australia November)
Up to 1GB memory, the Nokia N70 Music Edition gives you more music in your pocket. You can personalize your music with a choice of digital music tracks and press the music key for direct access to them. Also, use the music-optimized headset with remote control for easy access. With these enhanced music capabilities, this compact package has high-performance multimedia at its core.



The Nokia N70 Music Edition and Nokia N73 Music Edition are expected to become commercially available in October 2006 and the Nokia N91 8GB by end 2006, with estimated, unsubsidized sales prices of approximately 350, 450 and 550 euros respectively.

A complete list of the Nokia Nseries Music Range features and technical specifications can be found at http://www.nokia.com/press/openstudio2006.

*Capacity based on 3:45 mins per song and 48 kbps eAAC+ encoding. Capacity with 128 kbps AAC encoding is up to 2000 songs.

About Nokia Nseries
Nokia Nseries is a range of high performance multimedia devices that delivers unparalleled mobile multimedia experiences by combining the latest technologies with stylish design and ease of use. With Nokia Nseries products, consumers can use a single device to enjoy entertainment, access information and to capture and share pictures and videos, on the go at any time.

About Nokia
Nokia is a world leader in mobile communications, driving the growth and sustainability of the broader mobility industry. Nokia connects people to each other and the information that matters to them with easy-to-use and innovative products like mobile phones, devices and solutions for imaging, games, media and businesses. Nokia provides equipment, solutions and services for network operators and corporations.

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