Digital TV goes mobile

Mobile phone giant Nokia has revealed a new handset which will be capable of broadcasting live digital television.

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Nokia

The N92, part of Nokia's soon to be released N-Series which has generated an enormous amount of hype, includes a 2.8-inch QVGA screen with 16 million colours and a unique double-hinge display. The display allows the phone to be flipped over and viewed in landscape format for watching DVB-H television broadcasts whilst keeping the standard portrait display for normal mobile use. Sounds interesting, to say the least.

Nokia claims that up to 2GB of storage will be possible with the use of memory cards and that battery will last for approximately four hours during video or television use. Users can even set reminders to watch their favorite TV programs, create personal channel lists and subscribe to TV channel packages.

It will also include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity as well as a 2 megapixel camera, FM Radio and 90MB of internal memory.

Nokia are yet to announce Australian availability but be sure to check here at the GoodGearGuide for further information as it comes to hand.

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Ross Catanzariti

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