Five-megapixel phone steals the show

The phone includes a five-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and auto-focus, HSDPA turbo 3.5G support, digital music player, Wi-Fi and built-in GPS receiver for sat nav.

It also looks the part. It's a fair bit more compact than most Nseries phones and features a two-way sliding keypad that enables the phone to function as both a smartphone and a multimedia player.

The GPS phone, with a map application that features 100 countries and 15-million location highlights, is expected in early 2007.

Meanwhile, Nokia has also given its range of music phones a huge boost, by updating some existing handsets and also launching two new players.

The Nokia Nseries Music range now features new musically improved versions of the N91, N73 and N70. Each handset is black and comes packed with enhanced music features. The flagship phone in the range is the Nokia N91, which now offers music fans a built-in 8GB hard drive, which is capable of storing 6,000 songs (of 3.45 minutes in eAAC+ format).

Meanwhile, Nokia has added two fun handsets to the music range with the 5300 and 5200 Xpress music phones. Both are really dinky and colourful sliders with a digital music player, FM radio and visual radio.

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