Nokia N91: Unchained Melody

By: Caitlin Lucy

The Nokia N91 was among the first truly evolved music mobile phones to have hit the market. Though there were many other models that has been launched after the Nokia N91, this smart music phone from the Finnish manufacturer continues to generate high volume sales all over the world. Reasons for the Nokia N91's resounding success are varied. High end connectivity tools, superior music player, a massive memory space and many other up to date features are largely responsible for the position the Nokia N91 enjoys among mobile music enthusiast world wide. This chrome plated smart phone gives an impression of royalty. The handset is available in Light Blue Chrome and A dark Grey Chrome casing.

A Black variant marketed as Music Edition is available too.

The handset's sliding lower panel houses the media control keys that slides down gently to reveal the well differentiated keypad. The 256k coloured TFT based screen used in the Nokia N91 is one of the best in the business. The most talked about feature of the Nokia N91 is probably its abilities as a music player. The on board Symbian media player produces the clearest of sound. The handset boasts of a massive internal memory pool to carry all media files - audio and video, you want to carry. One can choose between 4GB and 8GB variants of the Nokia N91.

Both the version has a 3.5 mm audio jack for any pair of standard headphone. However, A2DP Bluetooth wireless profile is found only in the 8GB version. The handset also features a built in stereo FM radio to complete the circle of mobile music experience. The Nokia N91 is fitted with a 2.0 megapixel camera with video recording capabilities. Sharing pictures or any other files was never so easy. Seamless voice reception across triband GSM networks apart, the Nokia N91 is at home with data connectivity with built in technologies like 3G, GPRS, WiFi and EDGE as well as Bluetooth and USB. With the Nokia N91, there is always a way to get connected.

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