Summary: Nowadays four gigs isn't even the max for flash memory cards. Ignoring for a moment Apple's potentially game-changing iPod/phone hybrid device coming down the pike this Summer, Sony Ericsson has the N91 bested in terms of size and style with its w950 Walkman phone , not to mention its myriad lower-cost handsets that can be expanded to 8GB of storage space via Memory Stick Pro cards.
Review: Nokia N91 Review - Mobile Music for the Masses
All About Symbian
31 August 2007
Summary: It may not be the number one object of lust for the Nokia fanboy, but the N91 is one of the best consumer targetted Series 60 phones around. With S60v3, gorgeous build quality, and a 4gb Hard Drive to go with the dedicated music controls, it's all teh entertainment you could need. Isn't it?
Conclusion: If you're looking for a triple convergence device that marries a portable music player, phone and PDA the Nokia N91 is worth a look. It's attractive, stable, has great call quality and phone features and good syncing to desktops. The web browser is excellent, though the relatively low screen resolution prevents it from living up to its potential and the email client is reliable with business class features (though no push email).
Excerpt: Nokia N91: Nokia N91 was released way back in April 2005. Since then the cell phone got respectable number of buyers. But even then, N91 is being somewhat pin down by its Sony Ericsson and LG rivals.
Summary: Probably, it is the section of this article I struggled with the most. So, what expectations did I have for the revamped version of Nokia N91? On the one hand, these were just sweet dreams, but being somewhat aware of the company’s style, and its being prone to launching upgraded editions of successful models, we could have hoped to get:
- Bigger display with higher resolution
- More capacious battery
- Revamped unique (only for the N91i) remote with LCD display, ability...
Excerpt: Nokia announced a new line-up, going by the name of Nseries in April 2005 – these devices we aimed to become the corner stone of the new handsets positioning concept. The company introduced three phones in the context of the first wave - N70, N90 and N91. The first model appeared to be a maximum approach to the existing smartphones, and as a result the most available of the new line-up.