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Are you ready to N-Gage?
Posted on 7-Feb-2003 09:32 | Tags Filed under: News

Are you ready to N-Gage?
Nokia showcased its new mobile games, the Nokia N-Gage™ game deck, at "Get Ready to N-Gage" events in London, UK and Sydney, Australia. The Nokia N-Gage™ mobile game deck offers a new gameplay experience, bringing top titles from the biggest names in the games industry into the palm of your hand and out onto the mobile network. With its multi-player action via Bluetooth and WAP over GPRS, the game deck opens up new possibilities for both local and remote multiplayer gaming.

The high performance games for Nokia N-Gage game deck are sold separately on game cards (using the MultiMediaCard standard). Game cards allow for a new kind of mobile gameplay experience with richer graphics, enhanced sound, and more extensive game worlds in which to play. Nokia will also act as a game publisher to create branded N-Gage game titles and develop an evolving games portfolio.

Phone Features

  • High performance mobile interactive gaming
  • Gaming-optimized design and functionality
  • Single player games, local multiplayer Bluetooth games
  • Games available on game cards (MMC)
  • Digital music player and recorder, 64 MB memory card for music
  • Stereo FM radio
  • Nokia Audio Manager PC software
  • New design concept, new UI experience
  • Voice dialing; memory for 20 names and numbers
  • Voice recorder
  • Integrated handsfree speaker
  • Multimedia messaging
  • Full email support (IMAP4, POP3, SMTP, MIME2)
  • Content with XHTML browser
  • Tri-band EGSM 900/GSM1800/GSM 1900
  • Series 60 UI enabling application multitasking
  • Slave USB 1.1. for digital music download from PC
  • MP3, AAC, Midi, WAV ringing tones

  • Design
  • Ergonomic game controls for two-hand use (keys divided on both sides of the screen)
  • Five-way directional controller (works eight ways in games)
  • High fidelity stereo headset for music player, FM stereo radio, and voice calls (mono)
  • Internal antenna
  • Built-in vibrator
  • IHF speaker for calls, game sounds, music
  • Stereo line in for audio recording (analog)
  • Slave USB 1.1. for digital music download from PC
  • Supports the standard Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME™)

    Wireless Connectivity

  • Data support HSCSD, GPRS Multislot Class 6 (2+2, 3+1, class B)
  • Bluetooth
  • Wireless phone-to-phone or phone-to-PC connectivity
  • Send/receive pictures, graphics, and business cards
  • Play games
  • SyncML

    High Speed Data

  • HSCSD up to 43.2 kilobits
  • GPRS up to 40.2 kilobits (Class B, 3+1, 2+2)

    Operating System

  • Symbian OS with Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) support

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