Nokia N96 : Its Various Means of Connectivity to Other Gadgets

By: Samuel Herrick

The Nokia N96 is a mobile that plays a distinctive role in transferring files from one gadget to another. The mobile looks stunning due its slide open mechanism and some adorable wallpapers stored in the screen. The gadget works on 2G and 3G networks and is GSM enabled. The handset remains connected anywhere in the world and can work well even if it is carried to distant places on earth. The mobile weighs 125 gms and comes with the dimensions of 103 x 55 x 18 mm.

The handset becomes compact when kept closed. The 128 MB memory support helps in the storage of large files and ringtones. The ringtones can be downloaded and stored in the memory from the Internet. The gadget's memory can be further expanded upto 8 GB. One can store files in this extended memory for a long time without having to transfer it to other gadgets.

Downloading can be extended to files such as pictures, music, and videos. The handset is also capable of connecting to other compatible devices using connectivity options like Bluetooth. So, any file, when downloaded, can be forwarded to other people by making use of connectivity options such as GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, 3G, WLAN, Bluetooth and USB port. So, the endeavor to send files to other people using the phone is always a success story.

The Nokia N96 is good for entertainment purposes too as there is a 5 MP camera that can click sharp pictures at a resolution of 2592x1944 pixels. There is also a secondary camera that is good for purposes of making video calls. The other option is that there is a music player that can play on many of the popular formats.

Besides, the FM radio brings entertainment in the form of latest songs, music and jokes of the day. The user remains thrilled with such entertainment options. One can also play games that fascinates while someone is on a tour or looks forward to some form of entertainment whenever there is free time. The battery of the N96 can give up to 220 hr of standby time and 3 hr 40 min of talktime.

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