SPOTLIGHT: Nokia introduces high-end music phone

Another handset vendor is striving to put itself on par with Apple's iPod. Nokia introduced a high-end multimedia handset, and everyone is saying it puts the company in competition with Apple, which still hasn't said anything about an iPhone. Nokia's N95 handset has music and video capabilities similar to Apple's popular iPod player. The handset can play songs, send email, browse the Internet and watch and record video. It also sports a 5 megapixel camera and built-in GPS capability. And you get all of that for about $700. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

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