Expect to see another cool Nokia phone in the States in the next few weeks, as the N91 is approved for US release by the FCC. Not just another ordinary Finnish brick, the N91 is touted as a Motorola ROKR-killer, with its 4 Gigabyte hard drive and drag-and-drop / plug-and-play file management capability. No special sync software is necessary, as the phone will be detected by your OS as a mass-storage USB 2.0 device. The N91 can play MP3, WMA, AAC, and M4A, and a host of other media formats–so many that our alphabet soup ran out of letters (and numbers–is there alphabet soup with numbers?).
The N91 runs on the Symbian series 60 operating system, so you can expect the same flexibility as with most of Nokia’s other smartphones. Basic features include an XHTML web browser, email client, and advanced Personal Information Management.
A two-megapixel still and video camera is included, and there’s visualradio support, in case you run out of audio tracks to play.
The phone runs on EGSM/GPRS 1800 and 1900MHz plus WCDMA-type 3G. The N91 also supports WiFi, so you can probably make free VoIP calls via a wireless network if you feel like being cheap. But with a cool phone like the N91, you probably won’t (feel cheap, that is)!