It seems that Nokia just can't stop cramming more and more features into their range of phones. The latest innovation is an addition of a 4GB hard drive to offer music storage which rivals apple's iconic iPod.
The iPod, with it's huge storage capacity and it's miniscule presence in your pocket quickly made it's way up the ranks to become the must have tech toy of the past twelve months. Now things have moved on, with the launch of the iPod shuffle (a backwards step in my opinion) and now Nokia, the king of mobile phone diversification have included a 4GB hard drive in their latest range of phones, the new luxury 'Nseries' handsets.
The NSeries offers limited PC-type functions like e-mail along with other additional functions like the digital camera, oh, and it can make phone calls too.
Nokia unveiled its N91 multimedia phone, which will have a 4-gigabyte hard drive that can store thousands of music files. The phone, which will also run on high-speed 3G and wireless LAN networks, is due out by the end of the year.