Nokia launches three N-Series smartphones

Nokia launched three new N-Series smartphones--the video-centric N96, the N85, and the N79, a candy bar-styled phone with changeable covers. Although the manufacturer doesn't have a U.S. carrier deal for the phones, they will be available through Nokia stores and online.

All three HSDPA phones have WiFi connectivity and use the Symbian Series 60 Version 3 operating system. They come with a microSD memory card slot,  GPS and a 5-megapixel camera. The N85, which has an OLED screen, will be available for $600 to $650. The N96, which supports DVB-H (a mobile TV standard not available in the U.S.) will cost $750 to $800. The N79, which has removable covers, will be available for $500 to $550. All phones will be available before yearend.

For more:
- See this PC Magazine article

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