WSJ.com - Nokia Unveils New Cellphone That Doubles as Music Player: "Nokia Corp., the world's largest cellphone maker, unveiled its first handset with a built-in hard drive, taking aim at the market for iPods and other standalone digital-music players.
Nokia, of Espoo, Finland, said the cellphone, which is earmarked to go on sale worldwide in the fourth quarter, will be able to store 3,000 songs and will have a built-in Wi-Fi radio and camera. Dubbed the Nokia N91, the device will have a retail price of about [($905.42)], before any subsidies by cellphone service providers, Nokia officials said."
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