Nokia today introduced the Nokia N71, the latest device in the Nokia Nseries high performance multimedia range. Focusing on the richness of mobile life, the Nokia N71 provides its users with a simple and reliable way to tap into new multimedia experiences. An elegantly designed compact fold with a high-definition 2.4" QVGA display, the Nokia N71 enhances the user experience by providing versatile entertainment and enhanced Web browsing capabilities in addition to the rich Nokia Nseries multimedia feature set.
With the browsing experience accentuated by its huge high resolution color display (320 x 240 pixels, up to 262,144 colors), the Nokia N71 supports the new Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map. Featuring a semi-transparent zoomed-out overall view of the Web page, users can quickly orient themselves and intuitively navigate to all corners of the site as well as see the Web page as it was originally designed. Furthermore, the new browser enables RSS feeds, so users can subscribe to their favorite Web sites and receive regular updates.
A pocketable entertainment system, the Nokia N71 keeps people entertained with digital music, videos and stereo FM radio and is the latest member of the Nokia XpressMusic family. The Nokia XpressMusic feature brand makes it easy for people to identify Nokia products that provide a superior mobile music experience. In addition to a 5-band equalizer, the Nokia N71 has a slot for a miniSD card of up to 2 GB, which can store up to 1500 songs. Users can transfer their favorite music from a compatible PC simply by dragging and dropping onto the Nokia N71 using USB 2.0. Furthermore, with support for Visual Radio, listeners are offered a richly interactive information channel, including the song and artist currently playing.
The Nokia N71 makes keeping on top of busy work and social life easy. Thanks to latest 3G technology, people can enjoy fast connection speeds, ideal for sending emails with attachments, browsing the internet or uploading favorite images to share online with friends. The full range of organizer information, including calendar, notes and to do lists, can also be effortlessly synchronized with compatible PCs via Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared or USB. Additionally, features like email, instant messaging, MMS and SMS enable Nokia N71 users to keep in touch with friends or colleagues. Furthermore, the Nokia N71 includes the Catalogs Client mobile shopping application, enabling users to quickly discover, trial and purchase new applications, services and content from operators or third-party sources.
Incorporating a 2 megapixel camera, Nokia N71 users can capture spontaneous moments or record experiences and, thanks to the Nokia XpressShare solution, quickly and effortlessly with just a few simple clicks share them. With Nokia XpressShare, photos, video and audio can be shared via email, MMS or Bluetooth wireless technology directly after capture or from the device's gallery. Moreover, images can be shared immediately with friends thanks to the large high resolution color display, which also heightens the experience of video communications, including video sharing, where people can share a live camera view or video clips during a normal voice call.
The Nokia N71 music experience can be further enhanced by the in-box Nokia Audio Adapter, which enables users to listen to the device's digital music player or stereo FM radio through standard stereo headphones. With the separately available Nokia Audio Cable, users can also plug the Nokia N71 into a compatible home stereo system for stereo playback.
The Nokia N71, which is based on S60 3rd Edition and Symbian OS, is planned to be commercially available in the first quarter of 2006 with an estimated, unsubsidized sales price of approximately 400 euros.