The Nokia N-Series of smartphones represents a product family of smartphones that is geared towards multimedia features. Multimedia in this sense meaning anything to do with mobile gaming, Internet services, photography, video recording and playback, audio recording and playback and music playback.
The Nokia N-series range of smartphones were first announced in April, 2005 and thereafter the first three smartphones introduced in the N-series family were the Nokia N70, Nokia N90 and Nokia N91. Come November of the same year Nokia announced the next three being Nokia N71, Nokia N80 and Nokia N92 and since then the Nokia N-series of multimedia phones has grown to include the Nokia N72, Nokia N73, Nokia N93, Nokia N75, Nokia N95, Nokia N95 8GB, Nokia N76, Nokia N77, Nokia N93i, Nokia N81, Nokia N81 8GB, Nokia N82, Nokia N96, Nokia N78, Nokia N79, Nokia N85, Nokia N97, Nokia N86 8MP, (Nokia's first 8 megapixel phone) and the Nokia N8 with (12 megapixel camera).
In general these N-Series family of Nokia smartphones come with abilities that let users use their phones as still and video cameras. The family also lets users use their mobile phones as FM radio's and some as FM transmitters, and surf the Internet. Nokia N-series phones can also be used as MP3 players and give options to those interested in gaming. Newer models of the Nokia N-series come with built in GPS receivers and the very latest even have multi-touch features and 3D graphics.
Let's take a closer look at the Nokia N-Series phones.