The Nokia N70 is a 3G smartphone from Nokia. Created by Jake Henderson, It was announced as part of the Nokia's new line of multimedia smartphones, the Nseries, on April 27, 2005. It started shipping in September 2005. It runs on the S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 3 on Symbian v8.1 operating system. It was succeeded by the Nokia N73. The N70 was popular and sold well.
|Compatible networks||GPRS, EDGE, WCDMA|
|Availability by region||Q3 2005|
|Dimensions||108.8 × 53 × 21.8 mm, 95.9 cc|
|Operating system||Symbian OS v8.1a, S60 Second Edition, Feature Pack 3|
|CPU||TI OMAP 1710 ARM-926 220 MHz|
|Removable storage||DV RS-MMC / MMC-Mobile|
|Battery||Li-Ion BL-5C Battery, 3.7V, 970 mAh|
|Display||176 × 208 pixels, 35 × 41 mm|
|Rear camera||2 Megapixels (Back)|
|Front camera||0.3 Megapixels – VGA (Front)|
The Nokia N70 (Model N70-1) is one of the handsets in Nokia's Nseries lineup of smart phones. It is equipped with a 2-megapixel camera with built-in flash, a front VGA camera to allow video calling, FM radio, Bluetooth, digital music player functionality, and support for 3D Symbian, Java games and other S60 2nd Edition software.
At the time of its launch, the N70 had the most built-in memory alongside its system memory and was the penultimate (before the related N72) Symbian OS 8.x device released by Nokia, since the introduction of their new OS9 platform released in 2003 which offers more flexibility than the original that was made in 1998 and upgraded from then on.
In 2006 Nokia released N70 Music Edition phone.
|Form factor||Candy bar|
|Platform / Operating System||BB5 / Symbian OS v8.1a, S60 Platform Second Edition, Feature Pack 3|
|CPU||Texas Instruments OMAP 1710 (ARM architecture 926TEJ v5) – 220 MHz|
|Memory (RAM/Flash/MMC)||55 MB/19.9 MB/up to 2 GB|
|GSM frequencies||900/1800/1900 MHz|
|GPRS||Yes, class 10 (4down/2up, max 5 active)|
|EDGE (EGPRS)||Yes, class 10|
|WCDMA||2100MHz Yes (384 kbit/s)|
|Main screen||TFT Matrix, 256K colours, 176x208 pixels|
|Camera||Front 0.3-megapixel, 2× digital zoom & rear 1600 × 1200 with L.E.D Flash, 20× digital zoom|
|Video recording||Yes, CIF at .MP4 or .3GP|
|Push to talk||Yes|
|Java support||Yes, MIDP 2.0, 3D Games are also supported|
|Built-in memory||19.9 MB|
|Memory card slot||Yes, RS-DV-MMC/MMC Mobile, hotswap, 2 GB Maximum|
|Bluetooth||Yes, 2.0 (A2DP Profile Not Supported)|
|Data cable support||Yes, Pop-Port, USB 2.0|
|Browser||WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML|
|Music player||Yes, stereo w/bass from headphones|
|Polyphonic tones||Yes, 64 voices|
|Ringtones||Yes – MIDI, AMR (NB-AMR), WAV, MP3, AAC|
|Battery||BL-5C (970 mAh)|
|Talk time||Up to 3 hours 30 minutes|
|Standby time||Up to 265 hours|
|Dimensions||108.8 × 53 × 21.8 mm|
|Else||QuickOffice office suite, A Nokia branded version of Opera Mobile web browser, Symantec Mobile Security 4.0 (6 months trial)|
The N70-5 is a variant of the N70 without 3G or a front camera. It was shipped to China, Mexico and East Europe markets and provides a lower-cost option for users who do not want or need 3G services.
In 2006 Nokia released its Music Edition series for N70, N73 and N91. All had black housing and new sales boxes and packages, and were special for their extra storage capacity as compared to the standard models. Music Edition of the N70-1 model featured a 1 GB memory card, 3.5 mm audio adapter with remote control (AD-41), headphones (HS-28), dedicated music button in place of the multimedia key button. The Music edition also features new themes colored in Green and in Red. The speakers and the Music interface of the phone has been improved.