Nokia has announced that its N96 smartphone will be available in America in Q4 2008. The American version of the phone will operate on 3G HSDPA networks and feature a 2.8-inch screen, 16GB of internal memory and compatibility with multiple video formats.
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The device has 16GB of internal storage and can store up to 40 hours of video. The phone also has a built-in kick stand to stand the device upright for video watching. Other features include integrated Wi-Fi, GPS, N-Gage compatibility and more. The N96 will go on sale for $895 in Q4.
"Since the first Nokia Nseries device came to market in 2005, this range of devices has consistently represented cutting-edge technology combined with an unparalleled user experience. The Nokia N96 builds upon this tradition to bring mobility to today's most valuable Internet services," said Bill Plummer, Vice President of Go-to-Market for Nokia Americas. "With support for movies, music, games, navigation and more right out of the box, the real power of the Nokia N96 is that it provides an open application environment for users to define their own mobile lifestyle."
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