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Tuesday, 07 August 2007 11:50

Nokia N81 to launch on the 29th

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Nokia is about to launch is next generation N-series device on the 29th this month and it will be known as the N81. Taiwanese phone news site Phone Daily has already got its mits on a early sample and have plenty of pictures of the new handset.

This is the multimedia phone, with dedicated controls on the front alongside a top mounted 3.5mm audio jack. It's also got a mini USB port in the bottom to make it easy to upload files to it.

The N81 is a slider and it's smaller than the N80 and the keypad is more like those on recent Samsung phones with touch sensitive controls and flat keys on the slide out keypad.

It will come with 8GBs of built in memory and it has a 2Megapixel camera with flash. It also has a pair of built in stereo speakers and it's of course a 3G device.

You can check out a wide range of pictures and some more info in Chinese here
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