9/27/2006 4:56:00 PM
Nokia extends N-series
Nokia has announced two new devices in its Nseries range with its N95 and N75 handsets.
The N95 comes kitted out with a five-megapixel camera, GPS, HSDPA, stereo speakers and has a two-way slide so it can be used in both 'portrait' and 'landscape' modes.
It also comes with a TV lead to view photos and videos on compatible televisions and an application with maps of over 100 countries. City guides and voice navigation can also be purchased as extra features.
The N75 is a flip handset and is the smallest out of the Nseries range. The music phone comes with an MP3 player, FM radio, external music controls and can store up to 2GB of memory using a microSD card. It also has a 2-megapixel camera and has 3G capabilities.
The N95 is due for a Q1 2007 UK release and its Sim-free price is expected to be between £350 and £400. The N75 is scheduled for release in the US and Latin America only.