Nokia N91 available in the UK

23 Apr 2006 | Nokia , Smartphone , Vodafone | 0 comments


After a year from its first announcement, Nokia finally launched its highly awaited music phone in the UK. There were countless comments last year that said that the N91 is going to be an iPod killer. I think anyone who owns an iPod knows how bogus that statement really is.

Anyway, the N91 was planned for launch at the end of 2005, but Nokia delayed the smartphone multiple times, blaming a software bug. Nokia wasn't specific about the bug though.

The Nokia N91 will feature a 2 megapixel camera, 3.5mm headphone jack, Line-in for recording, Bluetooth, WCDMA, WiFI USB, Macromedia Flash Player, Music Shop, which will allow users to purchase and download music over the air, PC Sync of music files via Windows Media Player 11.

The N91 will also feature Universal Plug and Play, which offers network connectivity of PCs and other wireless devices. UPnP leverages TCP/IP and the Web to enable control and data transfer among networked devices in the home and around the home. UPnP technology can be supported on essentially any operating system.

The Nokia N91 will be available to UK consumers on both the O2 and Vodafone networks. The handset is also available SIM free for £480.99.

Nokia N91

Via GadgetSpy