Nokia N91 4GB

Type: RM-43_1

WOW Factor: The first ever phone encompassing a 4 GB internal hard drive allowing storage for 3.000 songs (the 8 GB revision came later), Tthe first Nokia phone to run on Symbian 9.1.

Evaluation in my collection: Great – 9.5/10

Nokia Codename: Nemo-W

Life timer: 188h  |  Boxed: NO

Release Year: 2007  |  Release Price: ~700 USD

About: The Nokia N91 is a smartphone produced by Nokia as part of their Nseries line of portable devices. It was announced on April 27, 2005 along with N70 and N90 as the first three Nseries devices. The N91 ran on Symbian-based S60 3rd Edition (the first to run on Symbian 9.1). It was the first ever phone encompassing a 4 GB internal hard drive, allowing storage for 3,000 songs (an 8 GB revision came later). The N91 is highly focused on music, with dedicated music keys on the front which slide down to reveal the keypad. It also featured the industry-standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, and was anticipated as a major challenger to Apple, whose iPod dominated the industry. The design of the N91 is based on stainless steel with a matte finish.
The N91 became one of 2005’s most anticipated phones, however it suffered from a long delay of release. It was expected to begin shipping by the end of 2005; but in September that year the device was delayed till 2006.In February 2006, it was delayed yet again due to software issues, pushing the release to Q2.Finally in April 2006 it was first released to consumers, a full year after announcement.
Nevertheless, N91 won the ‘Most Innovative Product’ and ‘Most Technologically Advanced Product’ award in recognition of its true multimedia music experience, added together with its high-end smartphone capabilities.In advertisements for the phone, Nokia recommended Bose and Sennheiser headphones. Its sound output is considered by many to be of very high quality and very loud.

Reviews when released: Mobile Review

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