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What Can My Nokia N91 Cellphone Do
Although many MP3 capable cellular phones have come out in recent years, none can be comparable to the newly released Nokia N91. Nokia’s latest addition to the N-series which now includes N70, N80 and N90, is yet to be rivaled by any phone out in the market as it boasts not only of its MP3 playback and PDA phone capability but also of its astonishing four gigabyte micro hard drive. Slyly, Nokia has refused to comment on the manufacturer of the said hard drive but rumor has it that the N91 has the same manufacturer as that of the latest Ipod Nano and Ipod Mini MP3 players that have become very popular in the market.
At 113.1x55.2x22mm and weighing 156g, one may say that the phone is simply too big. However, the bulky phone can easily make up for its size with its larger than life features:
N91 has dedicated hardware playback buttons and a music management system not unlike those that can be found in Creative and Apple MP3 players. According to Nokia executives, music playback on N91 can go up to 12.5 hours.
Aside from MP3, the phone is also capable of playing formats such as: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, Real V8, WAV, WMA, M4A, AWB, SP-Midi, AMR, WB-AMR, Nokia Ring Tones, AMR-NB, AWB, using the RealOne Audio player.
The phone also has a 2 Mega-pixel VGA camera.
The RealOne Video player, on the other hand, allows the N91 to play videos with H.263, 3GPP and MPEG4 formats. With these features, one might say that the N91 is a digital media player that turns into a cellular phone.
Also, the phone features a built-in 3.5 mm jack which allows the user to use any brand of headphones.
The phone has a maximum of 190 standby hours with up to 4 hours of talk time.
The phone also boasts of wide connectivity with a USB 2.0 dock, blue tooth connectivity, and 3G and wi-fi capability.
There are also a wide range of applications that can be found in the phone, most of which complement the connectivity the phone offers. The N91 features the Series 60 3rd Edition over Symbian 9.1 operating system which includes standard PDA applications such as contacts, calendars, notes, to-do-lists, converter, calculator and an email client. The phone also sports a new connectivity menu which allows you to use the WLAN or Wi-Fi at the click of a button.
The moment you employ the phone’s many functions is when you begin to really appreciate the extent to which N91 brings the word “user-friendly.” While you continue with other applications and although the playback buttons have been slid down for you to use the keypad, the music continues to play and the playback buttons continue to work. So, you can enjoy the internet, check your mail or take pictures, while the music keeps on playing.
Whether the N91 can beat the very popular MP3 players out in the market remains to be seen but there is still no denying that N91, at the moment, is on the top of the ranks of mp3 cellular phones available in the market.
About the Author: Steve Campbell is an expert on Cellular Phones and Home Electronics. Visit The Discount Electronics Report for information about Nokia Cellular Phones