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Nokia N92

Nokia N92
Compatible networks UMTS (3G), Quad band GSM / GPRS / EDGE GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900
Related Nokia N90
Nokia N93
Dimensions 107x58x25 mm
Weight 191 g
Operating system Symbian OS v9.1, S60 3rd Edition
Memory 160 MB (internal) + MiniSD Memory Card up to 2 GB
Rear camera 2 Megapixels
Connectivity PC via USB 2.0, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, UPnP, Infrared

The Nokia N92 is a smartphone part of the multimedia Nseries. It was announced on November 2, 2005 and was the world's first mobile phone with an integrated DVB-H tuner (excluding the experimental 7710). As a result, Nokia marketed it as a phone for watching TV.[1] It featured the same swivel design as the N90. It runs on Symbian OS v9.1 and the S60 3rd Edition interface.

Interesting features of the handset's DVB-H receiver include the program guide and the recording facility. The phone has a constant 30 second rolling record function for instant replay and can record broadcasts to memory card. Providers may charge for some of these features.

Elsewhere the N92 was also advanced, featuring a large 2.8" display (the largest at the time, excluding the Communicators), dedicated multimedia keys, 3G, Wi-Fi, UPnP, and a 2 megapixel camera with flash. Its CPU runs at a clock speed of 268 MHz. However it was considerably heavy (at 191 g), despite its size.


The keypad is unusual as it has numbers viewable in both portrait and landscape modes. This is to accommodate for the screen, which can be opened in two different positions:

  1. Horizontal "clamshell"-like opening (like the Nokia 9300)
  2. Open, twist then fold (like the Nokia N93)

Because of its unusual keypad, some users refer to it as confusing.[2]


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  2. ^ All About Symbian

External links

  • Official Nokia N92 product page
  • N Series Talk Nokia N Series Forums and Community
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