Three new Nseries handsets have been revealed at an Open Studio even in Berlin, including the N93 which can record video in DVD-like quality. But don't dare call them phones, Nokia insist they are multimedia computers instead.

Nokia Nseries N72, N73, N93

At the lower end of the Nseries range is the new N72 which comes in a choice of pearl pink or gloss black, and seems to be trying to introduce a touch of "fashion" in to the series of handsets by having a digital texture printed on the back, in what Nokia claim is "subtlety of personal ownership".

Nokia's N73 however seems more in the style of previous Nseries models, and follows on from a lot of the features found in the popular N70, but packs a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, with a mechanical shutter and advanced autofocus allowing for sharper photos.

Nokia Nseries N93

Highlight of the new additions is clearly the N93 with a 3.2 megapixel camera featuring Carl Zeiss optics and 3x optical zoom, alongside the ability to record video in an impressive DVD-like 640x480 resolution - all of which can be saved to miniSD cards which the device uses for storage.

The N93 will be bundled with Adobe's Premiere Elements 2.0 video editing software to allow videos to be processed on your PC before being shared online or burnt to DVD, and will also feature WiFi connectivity, giving access to high speed internet at hotspots and wireless LAN's at home or in the office.

Nokia Nseries N93

All three phones will feature the ability to upload photos directly to Yahoo's Flickr, using built-in software which will allow for the keyword tagging of individual photos, whilst all other S60-based phone users will have to make do with sending their photos to Flickr via email, or by using tools such as Shozu which already does the same thing.

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