The Nokia N92, among the first mobile-TV handhelds Nokia has produced, operates on the Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld (DVB-H) technology now being tested in 40 markets worldwide. The phone also features a radio, an MP3 player, a 2-megapixel camera, a video recorder and video calling.
The N91 smart phone has a mobile jukebox with room for up to 3,000 songs. It can also take 2-megapixel photos.
The N90 phone can shoot videos that can be edited, printed and shared.
The N70 phone has a slide-and-shoot camera that takes 2-megapixel pictures and features a built-in flash and powerful digital zoom.
The N71 will let people browse the Web and play music and videos, as well as store extra information and songs with memory cards. Nokia says it will be a "true Internet device," with 3G technology and the ability to use wireless broadband.