Nokia N91 delayed to Q1 2006

Posted on Wednesday, September 21 2005 @ 9:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Unfortunately Nokia has decided to delay their Nokia N91 till the first quarter of next year. Normally this phone should have arrived on the market during the last quarter of this year but the company decided to postpone it a few weeks to implement Microsoft DRM solidly to support a wide range of music services.

The 3G N91 phone from Nokia will feature a 4GB hard drive and will also support wireless LAN networks.
Nokia said it wanted consumers to be free to choose how to get their music -- from CDs copied to a PC, directly from Internet stores, or from their mobile network operator -- and be able to harmonize their collections at the click of a button.

That would mean they are not locked into a single channel, such as Apple's iTunes.
Source: Reuters

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