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April 08, 2006

Ewan Reviews the N91

by Darla Mack

N91review_nokia_02_1 While recent news tell us that the NSeries devices have been delayed, which really doesn't mean much here in the US because they are always delayed, Ewan Spence over at AllAboutSymbian gives us an extensive review of the awaited "ipod killer".  Oh and if you haven't noticed, the N91 is now one of those "expected soon" devices on NokiaUSA.com.


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Nokia have given careful thought to making the music player an integral part of the device, not just an add-on feature. The music player supports a wide range of formats, including MP3, AAC and AAC+. Playlist management is easy. There's a dedicated music key for switching between the music player and other applications, and volume controls for the music player. Music pauses when a call is answered, then continues after the call. Audio quality, as you'd expect, is very high. Output is stereo of course, and the player is equipped with an 8-band equalizer. You can listen to music on the Nokia headset (supplied) or your own headphones via the 3.5mm audio jack, or connect the phone to external speakers. In addition to the music player, the N91 comes with an FM stereo radio with Visual Radio.


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