The Nokia N91 has a cute little 4 gig hard drive on board to store your music. The quality of the output is fantastic. DJ Freshm who currently has no job, and Sasha from 5fm, played and mixed tunes with 4 seperate N91's through nightclub speakers and it worked!
The phone is small enough to fit in your pocket and it can take pictures with it's fantastic camera. Try that with your iPod. Regular headphones can plug into the device and if you plug in the sound canceling Senheizers, what more would an audiophile need?
What about robustness? When I went to the original launch, I tested the phone by dropping it on the floor while a song was playing. Nothing happened. It carried on playing, no problem.
When it came to upgrading the other day, I found myself staring at my new N91. Music, pictures and everything else you need is a handy sized 'device' from Nokia.
Features of the Nokia N90 include:
- 3G smartphone (Symbian 60 operating system)
- 2 megapixel camera with 20x digital zoom
- Video recorder (MPEG 4; also supports playback in 3GPP)
- Display: 262k colours, 176 x 208 pixels
- Music player (supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, Real, WAV, WMA, M4A, AMR-WB, True Tones, AMR-NB formats)
- Visual Radio
- Voice recorder
- Integrated handsfree speaker
- Polyphonic ringtones, True Tones
- Voice dialling & voice controls
- Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email
- Compatible with Nokia Wireless Keyboard (sold separately)
- Java applications
- Advanced personal organiser features for S60 including calendar, contacts and to-do list
- XHTML web browser
- Memory: 4 Gbytes hard drive
- WAP, EDGE(236.8 kbps), WCDMA (384 kbps)
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 1.2, USB 2.0, WLAN 802.11b/g
- Triband plus 3G
- Size: 113 x 55 x 22 mm
- Weight: 164 g
- Talktime: 3- 4 hours
- Battery standby: 170 - 190 hours
- Music playback: up to 10 hours battery life