Rafe gets an exclusive hands-on session with a prototype N92, Nokia's N series smartphone with built-in digital TV support. It's a fiddly but intriguing design, with a few niggles to be fixed, but it basically works, and works well.
Music can be copied directly to the phone thanks to the USB Mass Storage Device, but it will also be possible to synchronise from Windows Media Player. This is thanks to the licensing agreement Nokia made with Microsoft which also enables the playback of Janus DRM protected files in addition to MP3, AAC, eAAC+ and RA. This means the N92 will be able to use subscription-based music services such as Napster or Yahoo Music.