When you buy any Comes With Music phone you can browse the Nokia music library on the web and download as many tracks as you want to your computer. You can then transfer tracks to your phone using the supplied data cable. The music is DRM protected, which means it can only be played on your computer or on your ‘Comes With Music’ phone. You can’t copy your downloaded tracks to your iPod or burn them to a CD. Still, it’s great value for money. There are millions of tracks available, mostly mainstream chart music from past to present.
The 2.8 inch screen dominates the front of the Nokia N96 and is great for browsing the web or using the Nokia maps application. Beneath the screen are the usual navigation and menu keys and on the back is a useful kick stand, allowing the N96 to be placed on a desk for viewing videos or movies. The Nokia N96 has 16GB of internal memory which can be expanded to a huge 24GB using an 8GB memory card.
The Nokia N96 supports most video formats and using a Wi-Fi connection it also supports the BBC iPlayer. You can watch all the top BBC programmes on your mobile for free. Your N96 can sit on your desk while you catch up with the latest EastEnders or Holby City. You’ll never miss an episode again and you can watch them any time.
The 5 megapixel camera has a top spec and takes brilliant photos. It has a Carl Zeiss lens, autofocus, digital zoom, LED flash, macro mode for close-ups, light exposure adjustment and a range of timers. Don’t be bedazzled by the marketing hype surrounding the 8 megapixel war. The camera on the N96 is absolutely brilliant, you won’t be disappointed.