Comparison of Nokia N-series Phones: N95, N93, N73

By: Daniel Johns

The next generation multimedia handsets, the Nokia N-series mark a big step in mobile phone evolution.

Nokia N73 is a candy bar shaped phone with a wide range of multimedia and business features and emphasis on camera functionality. The Nokia N73 compresses high-level photography into a compact device with a broad range of features. Some highlights of N73 include the ability to print pictures either through Bluetooth, infrared, or PictBridge. The handset sports a 2.4 inch high resolution display that doubles as a viewfinder for its 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics.

The Nokia N95 is an all in one multimedia computer with a dual slide concept, a 5 megapixel camera, integrated GPS functionality, and support for high speed mobile networks for watching videos, listening to songs, taking high quality pictures, browsing the internet on the move. The Nokia N95 provides a wide range of multimedia features like a fantastic display, outstanding photo and video capability. This device can replace your music player, digital camera or PDA making it a gadget combining everything you need for daily life. It is based on the world's leading S60 software on Symbian OS.
Nokia N93 has powerful camera and imaging features making it a device focused on video recording. Capture your special moments in DVD-like quality video with the Nokia N93 multimedia computer. View the world with new eyes using Carl Zeiss optics, 3x Optical Zoom. The N93 sports a 3.2-megapixel camera with video-recording capabilities featuring a cool and swivel design. The smartphone also includes Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a music player and FM radio, and e-mail capabilities. Featuring 50MB of internal memory, the Nokia N93 allows you to capture upto 90 minutes of DVD like quality video or close to 2500 high quality photos. More features include a stereo FM radio and a digital music player.

All these mobile phones are stylishly designed and packed with multimedia features and addressed to this fast growing mobile market.

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