Nokia today unveiled three new Nseries mobile phones which, while still being mobile handsets, are strongly focused on providing photo and video sharing capabilities to users.
The high-end Nokia N93 sports strong video capture capabilities, enabling users to shoot MPEG-4 video at 30 fps at VGA resolutions, and then edit and burn the video to DVD using Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 for Windows XP. The Adobe software ships with the Nokia N93; buyers also get Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition 3.0 for editing any photos they might take between video sessions with the N93’s 3.2 megapixel camera. The N93 is aimed at 3G mobile networks, but also offers WLAN and UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) wireless technologies, and sports an integrated music player, FM tuner, and support for Nokia’s N-Gage gaming platform. TheN93 is expected to ship in July 2006 with an estimated price of
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