In the past Nokia has been known to be rather late with the introduction of it’s cellphones to the U.S. market. Usually European and Asian markets were served first and then after a few months the phones with slightly different numbering schemes were released in U.S.
Now things might be changing. Only a few weeks after the introduction of new Nokia Nseries N72, N73 and N93 handsets at the Open Studio presentation in Berlin, these Nokia mobile phones/multimedia computers are showing up on FCC website. Yesterday Nokia Nseries N93 cellphone/camcoder was approved by FCC.
Quick look at the photos and browse through users manual at FCC site confirms that this is indeed the same phone that was presented in Berlin. Nseries Nokia N93 will come 3.2 megapixel camera, 30fps video capture, WLAN, mp3 player, lots of memory and other cool features we reported earlier. Some new features that we missed during the introduction:
TV out port for easy connection to external TV sets and projectors
Sequence mode of up to 6 pictures for still camera
Camera self timer
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