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N93 Could Boost Nokia’s Position in the Multimedia Cell Phone Market

7:40 am on April 28, 2006 | Category: Mobile Devices


Earlier this week, Nokia unveiled the latest additions to its popular N-Series, in an attempt to improve its position in the advanced mobile handset business.

The new devices barely even fit the description of “phones,” as they do so much more than just take calls. Nokia describes them as full scale multimedia computers with the camera, camcorder, music, video, and internet functions all rolled into a package.

The top-of-the-line N93, especially, is designed to expand on the success of its predecessor, the N90, by moving even further into the portable camcorder market. The N93 can record up to 90 minutes of video, then connect to a television for cull-screen viewing.

If the N93 is successful, with its $699 price tag, it is sure to boost Nokia’s share of the high-end mobile device market, and improve the company’s ailing profit margins.

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