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Nokia N97 in development?

updated 11:10 am EST, Fri November 17, 2006

Nokia N97 in Development

A new, ultra-high-end model is set to occupy the summit of Nokia's cellphone lineup, according to Hungarian news site Terminal. The N97 is said to outclass its predecessors in the N-series by including a 20GB hard disk in its cellphone-sized frame, providing ample room for documents, music, and videos. Nokia will also perpetuate its emphasis on imaging by incorporating a 5-megapixel camera with 2.4X optical zoom for recording and a smaller, front-facing camera for video messages. A tall, 3-inch LCD at the heart of the N97 is likely to be the largest in its class. Dedicated media buttons and an FM radio complete the smartphone's known features. A release date and other launch information is unavailable; the phone is projected to reflect its high-end features in its price when it ships in the near future. Click through for a full-sized photo.



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  1. Rocci

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    N97

    I just love how cool the handling is. I cant wait fo have my Nokia 97 with qwerty and full touch!!!!! I'm just gonna get it unlocked from http://www.puremobile.com/Nokia/Nokia-N97-White-GSM-Phone/ as soon as its in stock. I dont plan on extending my contract in this economic crisis.

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