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Thursday, 04 September 2008 12:21

Nokia N96 hits the shelves

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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€649

 

Nokia today announced that their new model N96 is officially in the channel.

This model, as we’ve written before, comes with a 5mp camera with Carl Zeiss optics, live TV, turn-by-turn voice navigation, 2.8’’ screen, 16GB of memory expandable up to 24GB by microSD cards.

N96 currently doesn’t support US 3G networks, but another model aimed at USA will hit the shelves later this year.

It will be priced at €550 before VAT, and Geizhals already lists a couple sellers who have it in stock. Expect to pay about €649 after VAT.
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