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14th October 2014 – 1 comment
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A shiny silver finish, a panoply of functions and the chance to watch BBC programmes while on the move combine in the Nokia N96 Quartz – a handset where Nokia really have thought of everything.
The Nokia N96 Quartz is a sleek silver take on its all-conquering N96 and is so packed with functions that you may never need buy another phone again. iPlayer-compatible, users can enjoy top programmes and radio shows from the BBC, alongside downloaded movies. Further entertainment comes in the form of a high-end music player, which is compatible with all major storage formats, and an FM with a Visual Radio function so that you can quickly find out the title and artist of a song.
Also included in the handset is built-in GPS navigation system with Nokia maps, which performs as well as a dedicated Sat-Nav device and a five megapixel camera with Tessar and Carl Zeiss optics.
A host of internet connection possibilities can be accessed, with HSDPA compatibility meaning that downloads are fast and easy. The handset is equipped with a mammoth 16GB of internal memory to allow you to make the most of its functions.
Other functions include speed dialling, Java games, an advanced contacts database, integrated hands-free speaker, talking ringtones and Bluetooth, USB 2.0 and Wireless LAN connectivity.
The phone is quad-band meaning it can be used anywhere in the world.