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Nokia's new chorus of phones, tunes and games

The phone maker brings its N95 to the U.S. and reworks the entry point to its music store and the N-Gage gaming platform.

Phone maker Nokia brings its N95 to the U.S. and reworks the entry point to its music store and the N-Gage gaming platform.

The company takes the wraps off four new entertainment devices that also work as cell phones.
August 29, 2007

The Finnish cell phone manufacturer has continued to push the limits with devices. Click here for a complete product comparison chart.
August 29, 2007

Nokia's big day

The company announces new N series phones, two Xpress Music handsets, and new gaming and music platforms.
August 29, 2007

The N95: Bigger, badder, and made for the USA

No. 1 cell phone maker announces the U.S. version of the its N95, as well as an 8-gigabyte version of the smart phone.
August 29, 2007

The N81 will rock you (and your wallet)

Nokia unveils the N81 multimedia smart phone--built for music and gaming--for European markets.
August 29, 2007

Ovi service becomes gateway to Nokia Music Store

Ovi will lead consumers to Nokia's newly launched Internet services, which include the Nokia Music Store, Nokia Maps and N-Gage games.
August 29, 2007

Nokia's Ovi service revives the N-Gage gaming name

The much-maligned N-Gage gaming platform gets a revival as Nokia opens a mobile-gaming portal with N-Gage branding.
August 29, 2007

Nokia answers prayers, announces new Xpress Music phones

The 5310 and 5610 are the newest Nokia Xpress Music phones, offering similar high-end multimedia and connectivity features to the 5300 and 5700.
August 29, 2007