Nokia N91 Review

Posted: Jun 6 2006, 2:27am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:44pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Nokia N91 Review
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The Nokia N91 4GB music phone is officially hitting the US market.

Nokia announced the N91 back in April 2005. If you remember, back then a rumor about Nokia running iTunes on the N91 was circulating that was quickly stopped by Nokia. Last September Nokia delayed the release of the N91 - now it is here with a heavy price-tag of $599.99.

Laptop magazine got their hands on a Nokia N91 and published a review.

"Overall, the Nokia N91 is a decent music phone that is showing its age after such a long delay coming to market.
While the music and imaging features are quite good, the abysmal boot time, weak multitasking abilities, weight, and astronomical price keep it from achieving superstar status. "
Read the full review.The Nokia N91 is only officially available directly from Nokia in the United States for $599.99 (GSM).

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