Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Nokia N91



The Nokia N91 is my most favorite of Nokia's attempts to bring in a new generation of mobile phone. Sporting a 4gb hard drive and a 3.5 ml headphone socket (So normal headphones can be used with it).

My only worry is that this has come too late, phones such as Sony's K750i can hancle Sony Duo memory sticks with upto 4gb and will be nearly £200 cheaper, this is a big difference for a metal case and a decent headphone jack!

Personally I think this is a great phone, and if you have the money it is well worth it, but unfortunately in todays market it is just too overpriced for its specification.

Looks wise it is fantastic, though the buttons are a tad too small, and could be a pain for a regular texter, however if you are going to buy this more for its music playing capability the layout of its music buttons is fantastic, and playlists can easily be created and shared to enhance teh functionality.

The other main feature that I have not yet commented on is that it IS WiFi compatible, and will hopefully support peer to peer transfer of music, playlists and files. it also means that you can hook it upto your home reuter, bringing in the possibility f using this as a VOIP phone when in the confines of your home (Though you may need 3rd party software for this!)



Specifications for the Nokia N91

Band
GSM 900/1800/1900Mhz, WCDMA
Data
GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/WiFi (802.11b)
Size
113mm x 55mm x 22mm
Weight
160g
Battery Life
190 hours standby time
3-4 hours talk time
Main Display
262k color TFT, 176x208 resolution
Sub-Display
N/A
Camera
2mp (1600x1200)
Video
Video capture/playback
Messaging
MMS/EMS/SMS
Email
Yes (POP/IMAP/SMTP)
Bluetooth
Yes
Infrared
No
Java
Yes (MIDP v2.0)
Memory
30MB, 4GB internal hard disk
Availability
Q2 2006 (manufacturer's estimate)
Other
Dedicated music control buttons, MP3/M4A/AAC/AAC+/WMA music support, FM radio, record in stereo from radio or line-in, USB 2.0


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