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Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Nokia N95 series deliver 5MP Camera And GPS functionality


Nokia announced today several new mobile devices that show how the boundaries are blurring between the Internet world, mobility and the consumer electronics industry.

The new Nokia Nseries multimedia computers showcase the high-performance multimedia experience that becomes possible when you combine connectivity with cutting edge mobile technology.

"Nokia Nseries multimedia computers represent the next leap forward in personal computing, " said Anssi Vanjoki, executive vice president and general manager of Multimedia, Nokia. "In particular, the Nokia N95 is the evolution of what computers have now become; pocketable devices with the power to connect you to the information, services, content and other people you want when it suits your needs. This is the fastest growing segment in the mobile space and this year alone, we have already sold more than 10 million Nokia Nseries multimedia computers."

The Nokia N95, an all-in-one multimedia computer with a pioneering dual slide concept, integrated GPS functionality, a 5 megapixel camera and support for high-speed mobile networks, makes it easier to watch and record videos, listen to songs, take high-quality photos, browse the internet, or catch up on email whenever you want. The Nokia N75 multimedia computer, designed especially for the Americas market comes in a fantastic, slim fold form factor supporting all of the Nokia Nseries multimedia experiences, including music, photography and access to Internet services.

"But it's not just about having a powerful device in your pocket, " continued Vanjoki. "We are also creating unique experiences that enable people to connect to their passions and take their passions with them wherever they go."

The Nokia N95 also includes integrated GPS and the Maps application with country, region and world maps that allow users to explore the world, find specific routes or locate services such as restaurants and hotels in more than 100 countries.

Forty leading independent music experts from around the world are working with Nokia to create Music Recommenders, a way for music enthusiasts to stay in touch with great music across continents and genres, as well as helping them discover new artists. Once registered at www.musicrecommenders.com, subscribers can receive an instant playlist of 30 second samples tailored specifically to their tastes and purchase the tracks they like. Once a month, users will receive the latest recommendations and editorial features direct to their email inbox.

Nokia also unveiled music editions of three Nokia Nseries multimedia computers, the Nokia N70, Nokia N73 and Nokia N91 8GB. The 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 sync and music management, and additional storage capacity - with an 8GB hard drive, the Nokia N91 8GB is a fully-loaded music machine.

The multimedia computer offers all the functionalities of a PC and many portable single purpose devices in a connected mobile device that is always with you and always connected. Because multimedia computers have a programmable operating system, people can download and install software applications. Unlike mobile phones, this means people can add features and applications to their multimedia computers without having to buy a new device.


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