New Zealanders will be able to get their hands on Nokia’s N96 from 1 December, through Vodafone retailers. The flagship device, which will retail for $1599, has a 5 megapixel camera, assisted navigation and pre-loaded N-Game gaming access. Users can also location-tag their pictures, and access YouTube videos using the fast internet browser. The N96 has a 2.8 inch display, built-in 3D stereo speakers and a kick-stand. Local buyers can download any one of four full series of BBC TV shows, including Walking with Dinosaurs, Little Britain (series 1), The Catherine Tate Show (series 1) and Yes Minister (series 1). The N96 can store up to 40 hours of video content, either transferred from PC or via the Nokia Video Centre via hi-speed USB 2.0 connection with WLAN and HSDPA support. This application offers access to video content ranging from movie trailers and comedy to news from YouTube, Reuters and Sony Pictures. The Nokia N96 supports common video formats including MPEG-4, Windows Media Video and Flash.
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