Nokia Nseries Phones
Nokia Nseries is a product family consisting of multimedia computers. These are convergence mobile devices supporting digital multimedia services such as music playback, video capture, photograhy, mobile gaming and Internet services. All Nseries devices support at least one high-speed wireless technology, such as 3G, HSDPA, or Wireless LAN.


The Nokia Nseries is aimed at users looking to pack as many features as possible into one device. The better-than-average cameras often found on Nseries devices are one such example, as are the video and music playback and photo viewing capabilities of these devices, which resemble those of standalone portable media devices.

From recent devices launched, GPS feature, MP3 player and WLAN functionality also have being in all devices.

Operating Systems

The first Nseries device, the N90, utilised the older Symbian 8.1 OS, as did the N70. Subsequently Nokia switched to using SymbianOS 9 for all later Nseries devices (except the N72, which was based on the N70). Newer Nseries devices incorporate newer revisions of SymbianOS 9 that include Feature Packs.

The N800 and N810 internet tablets are the only Nseries devices to not use Symbian OS. They use the Linux-based Internet Tablet OS and an open source development platform called maemo