The company's mobile phone line Nokia, positioned by the manufacturer as "multimedia combines". The design and technical component of these smartphones are thought out in such a way as to provide maximum enjoyment from watching videos, listening to audio files, surfing the Internet and similar multimedia entertainment.
Litera "N" in the name of the series comes from the word "eEntertainment" - "entertainment, fun."
The N-series was first introduced on April 27, 2005. It was "discovered" by three models - N70, N90 and N91. Since then, the line has been constantly expanding, supplemented by some of the most "advanced" models from a technical point of view. The largest number of popular smartphones of the company belongs to the N-series (such as N73, N82, which have become extremely popular among young people).
Nseries serves as a kind of testing ground for technical and software stuffing. Innovative technologies appear here much more often than in the same Eseries. For example, touch screens appeared earlier in the N-series (for the first time they were implemented in the 7th series - model 7700, 2003 release) and only then there was talk about the possibility of using them in the E-series - at the time of writing this article Did not happen. The preinstalled software is purely for entertainment purposes. Office and business applications are either severely “cut down” or completely absent.
An important part of the Nseries is that these phones have built-in loud stereo speakers.
The Nseries also includes devices called by the company "internet tablets" (N800, N810, as well as the latest N900, which is distinguished by the presence of a "telephone" module). They are specially designed for long and comfortable surfing on the Internet.