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Nokia N92

This continuation of the N-line by Nokia is the first company device with an integrated DVB-H receiver. This allows reproducing and recording mobile TV in this standard. Also the model has a 240x320 pixel display, 16K, Wi-Fi module, Bluetooth and FM-tuner.

  • Class: smartphone, 3G, fashion
  • Position in the line: above Nokia N91
  • Rival phones: no data
  • Price for the release moment about 600 Euros
  • Description based on official information
  • General
    • Announced in 2005, on the market since the middle of 2006
    • eGSM 900/1800/1900, WCDMA 2100
    • Battery type 1500 mAh Li-Pol (BP-5L)
    • Battery life:
      • talk time up to 4 hours
      • standby time up to 9 days
    • High-contrast graphical display, 262000K colours (TFT), 16K, resolution 240x320 pixels (QVGA)
    • 5D navi button
    • Symbian OS version 9.1 (S60 interface, 3 edition)
    • 2-MP camera (CMOS), possible resolutions 1600x1200, 1024x768, 640x480 pixels, integrated flash effective at the distance of up to 1.5 m, red eye effect is suppressed, scene settings, lighting settings are for you to adjust, х20 digital zoom
    • Frontal CIF-camera for videocalls
    • Video is recorded with sound in various resolutions
    • Weight: 191 g
    • Dimensions: 107.4x58.2x24.8 mm
  • Memory
    • 90 MB of memory are dynamically shared between the phonebook, the calendar, messages, images and applications (being specified)
    • miniSD slot (up to 2 GB)
    • You can assign a photo to various contacts in the phonebook
    • You can keep a Name and Surname (two lines), Company name, Position, Phone number, Mobile, Fax and e-mail address — totally 8 fields. You can also add any number of fields.
    • Users' groups are not limited in number, one name can be set for several groups at the same time
    • SIM-card entries are stores separately, you can't view them with the ones in the internal memory simultaneously.
    • Call lists have no lomits on the number of entries. All entries specify not only a date and a time of the call, but its duration as well. You can set a storage period (a month by default)
  • Call management, ringing tones
    • Vibracall
    • Polyphonic call melodies, True Tones, AAC, eAAC+, MP3, RealAudio, WAV supported
    • 64-tones call, supporting MP3, AAC, WAV, NB-AMR, WB-AMR
    • Voice sial independent of your voice, no need in recordign tags primordially
    • Speakerphone
    • Call duration is shown during a conversation
    • Musical editor, you can assign melodies to names in the phonebook
  • SMS
    • Predictive text input Т9
    • Message templates(10 preset, you can edit them or add own ones)
    • You can sent and receive graphical messages
    • Concatenated messages (up to 459 characters)
  • Connectivity
    • WAP 2.0
    • Bluetooth v.1.2
    • WiFi (802.11 b/g)
    • GPRS class 10
    • EGPRS (Class:B, Multislot class 10)
    • E-mail protocols: SMTP, POP3, IMAP4 - supporting attachments
    • MMS
    • Synchronization with PC via Bluetooth or a cable
    • SyncML
    • SMIL
    • Irda
    • USB 2.0 via Pop-Port
    • PoC or PTT
    • Instant Messaging
    • VideoCall
  • Organizer and extras
    • Stereo FM-radio, Visual radio
    • Integrated DVB-H receiver (AVC 384kbps at 15fps CIF, eAAC+48kbps)
    • Users' profiles(5), temporary profile
    • Time, date
    • Calculator, currency converter
    • Stopwatch (up to 20 intermediate values), countdown timer
    • Organizer supports various kinds of events, reminders
    • To-do list
    • Dictaphone
    • 3GPP Video Streaming
    • RealOne Player: playing RealMedia and 3GPP-compatible files
    • Separate player supporting: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, M4A/MP4, RealAudio, WAV, WMA. BUttons on the body to control the player
    • Remote controller integrated with a stereo headset
    • Sound can be recorded both from a linear input and integrated radio
    • Musical profile - smartphone works as an MP3 player
    • Photo album - an improved gallery
    • Viewer - application to view MS Word and MS PowerPoint
    • MP3 player
    • MIDP JavaTM (2.0), 3D API (JSR-184)
    • Download Java applications
    • Games

Michail Machnaev (michail.machnaev@mobile-review.com)
Published — 9 November 2005


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