Nokia N-series: Must-have for Music-buffs

By: Simon Smith

Planning to buy a compact mobile phone equipped with music, games and loads of fun? Nokia N-series mobile phones unleash style and beauty combined with latest mobile technology. With Nokia N70 and Nokia N73, your mobile music experience can't get any better.

Get a perfect musical lifestyle with Nokia N70. The RealPlayer media player integrated with this handset provides you great music with premium stereo sound quality. You can download and play all multimedia files including popular music videos. The music player plays all your favourite tracks in Real Audio, MP3 and AAC formats. You can also stay tuned to your favourite radio stations with the in-built FM radio with Visual radio support. With 22 MB dynamic memory and additional 64 MB memory card slot, you have sufficient storage space for your music files. With Bluetooth and USB, you can transfer your music videos and watch them on any compatible PC.

The integrated 2 mega pixel camera with 20x digital zoom and flash produces excellent quality snapshots. A second VGA camera with 2x digital zoom enables you to shoot video clips in brilliant colour and sharp clarity. You can get digital photo prints directly from your Nokia N70 Music with XpressPrint. Or share them online with friends via WAP and XHTML browser.

For a better musical enhancement, play your songs on the hi-fi multimedia player in Nokia N73 Music. The in-built FM radio gets you hooked with foot-tapping music. Bluetooth, Infrared and USB enable you to transfer you music files to any compatible device. You can also share them online via XHTML. You can shoot MPEG4 videos with the 3.2 mega pixel camera with 20x digital zoom and auto focus, and view them on the high definition 2.4" TFT screen. The 42 MB internal memory with 1 GB miniSD card provides you enough space for storing all your photos, videos and songs.

So what are you waiting for? Buy any of these Nokia N-series mobile phones and go on a musical ride.

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