Nokia intends to leap on the bandwagon and put out a device with an internal microdrive.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has given this company permission to release in the U.S. two high-end smartphones, and one of these, the N91, will have a built-in 4 GB hard drive. It appears Nokia intends to market it as an alternative to the iPod.
The other upcoming device, the E70, will have a built-in keyboard, and Nokia intends to emphasize its messaging capabilities.
Both devices will use the Symbian OS with the S60 user interface.
They will also include Wi-Fi (802.11g) and Bluetooth.
A 2-megapixel camera rounds out their specifications.
At this point, it is not known when — or even if — Nokia plans to release the N91 or E70 in the United States.
Thanks to MobileBurn for the tip.