Nokia has released the Nokia N75 and N95, the latest in its Multimedia Computer product line.
The N75 is Nokia’s smallest multimedia computer. It comes in a clamshell design that lets you manage your music even when the phone is closed thanks to its controls on the cover of the device. The cover also features a 1.36-inch screen. With the microSD slot, you can store up to 1500 songs. It also comes with an FM tuner, integrated 3D stereo speakers, a 2MP camera, an intenal 2.4-inch screen and 40MB of internal memory. Lest we forget, the N75 is a quad-band GSM phone with support for WCDMA and EDGE.
The N95 features a 2-way slide design. One side slides otu to reveal a numeric keypad while the other side reveals dedicated media keys. The latter also convert the 2.6-inch QVGA display to landscape mode. It also comes with GPS, a 5MP camera, tri-band GSM and support for high speed networks like WLAN, EDGE, WCDMA and HSPDA, built-in stereo speakers, a microSD slot, mini USB, Bluetooth 2.0 and an FM tuner. The N95 is powered by Symbian’s S60 operating system with Feature Pack 1. All this is delivered in a fairly compact package (99mm x 20mm x 53mm and a weight of 120 gram).
The N75 will be available in the US starting in the fourth quarter of 2006 and the N95 will go on sale in Europe in early 2007 for €550 ($700 USD).