Information about new Nokia N-series cellphones leaked
Some information about two new unannounced additions to Nokia's N-series mobile phones N93 and N73 - has been posted on the Dutch site NewMobile. Both devices are based on Symbian v9.1 OS and Series 60 3rd edition user interface.
N93 is said to be the successor of N90. A picture as well as some details surfaced the net for the first time back in November, last year. It is a GSM/UMTS phone with clamshell form factor. The main features are:
- QVGA 262k color display
- GPRS/EDGE high-speed data
- 3.2 mega pixels camera with Carl Zeiss lens, 3x optical zoom and autofocus
- Bluetooth 2.0/WiFi connectivity
N73 is reported to be the successor of the N70. It retains all the standard specification of the N70. Like its predecessor it is a 3G GSM/UMTS phone that features Bluetooth 2.0 and video telephony. It upgrades the camera to 3.2 mega pixels one, which is with Carl Zeiss lens and autofocus, and adds stereo speakers. Unfortunately, there are still no pictures available.
There's no information on the availability, although it is mentioned that the devices are expected to hit the market soon.