Nokia has today launched its new flagship phone which promises an unparalleled mobile experience.
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Nokia’s General Manager for Australia and New Zealand, Emile Baak said, “The Nokia N96 is simply in a league of its own. It is our most advanced multimedia computer to date. It is a force to be reckoned with, taking video and camera capabilities, music playing, navigation and internet connectivity to the next level.”
With a 2.8-inch display, built-in 3D stereo speakers, and integrated kick-stand, the Nokia N96 will have you totally glued to its screen with the best of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) programmes.
Australian consumers who purchase the Nokia N96 can download any one of four full series of leading BBC TV shows including Walking With Dinosaurs, Little Britain (series one), The Catherine Tate Show (series one) and Yes Minister (series one) from www.nokia.com.au/video/bbc
The Nokia N96 is also packaged with a TV-out cable to allow for media consumption on even larger screens.
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The unit also comes with a five-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED Flash that can take video clips at 30 frames per second as well as sharp, defined images, which can then be uploaded to online communities such as Share on Ovi and Flickr.
The Nokia N96 has an enhanced navigation experience that includes rich, easy-to-use maps with urban detail as well as satellite views, voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation for driving and more new City Guides. It is even possible to upload and share personalised journeys, favourite places and great new finds online.
Finally, the Nokia N96 comes with the N-Gage games application pre-loaded and one free bonus game – Asphalt 3: Street Rules as well as five games pre-loaded as trial versions; Snakes Subsonic, World Series of Poker, Tetris and Mile High Pinball.
The Nokia N96 will be available in Australia from selected outlets from September 26th with a recommended retail price of $1349.