Nokia N Series- Creating a Storm in the Mobile Telephony Market

By: Adam Jaylin

Nokia, one of the leaders in mobile communications launched its world renowned N series in the second quarter of 2005. The N series is a range of high performance multimedia devices that offer its users the best of work and play. These devices have taken mobile technology several notches higher and have created a niche for themselves in the global market. Generating maximum curiosity and thereby maximum enquiries in the global Nokia Centres, the N series has proved its mettle in the highly competitive mobile markets in the world.

From high resolution cameras to music players, and from PC synchronization to mobile television, the N series offer the best of all this and more. Talking of imaging,

was the first camera phone in the world that was equipped with Carl Zeiss optics. VHS resolution video capture and capability to instantly print shots makes it a dream device for all the photography enthusiasts.

When it comes to music, nothing even comes closer to the . This jukebox of a phone enables you to store up to 3000 songs on the integrated 4-gigabyte hard disk. The device, loaded with 3G WCDMA, WLAN, Bluetooth and USB 2.0, makes you share and enjoy music files at your convenience.

Nokia continues the trend of being pioneers in all the categories with the , which is the world's smallest Series 60 based 3G WCDMA device with a 2 megapixel camera. Featuring push e-mail, HTML browser and FM radio, the phone is a complete multimedia device that combines its exquisite features with looks that would leave you mesmerised.

These crackers of devices came in 2005, they saw and they conquered. Till date, they are the most sought after multimedia devices in the higher end range. The reasons behind this unparalleled success of the N series are varied---the fact that everyone loves phones that are a blend of technology, looks and design is the most conspicuous one.

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