Reaching Apple-like proportions for the number of announcements on one day, Nokia has announced four new mobiles including a follow-up to the super-video shooting, 3.2megapixel Carl Zeiss auto-focus lens toting N93.Sporting an extra 'i' to show its upgraded status, the N93i shaves a full centimetre off its sizeable forerunner's length. It also sheds 17g of case-clogging superfluousness (mainly battery as testified by the shorter talk time and stand-by stats) to slim down to a more pocketable 163g.Also catching our magpie-like eye is the new N800. Replacing the novel, but ultimately flawed, 770 Internet Tablet it gets a faster processor, a VGA webcam and dual SD-card slots. In too goes Bluetooth, for hooking up via mobile when Wi-Fi isn't an option, and Skype for making, er, phone calls.Finally, rounding up the Nokia foursome is the slim but not-quite-as-sexy-as-Chocolate N67 (at just 14mm thick it's the thinnest N-Series phone yet) and an updated 6131 which gets 'NFC' or 'Near Field Communications'. That'll be a flash way to turn a mobile into a smart key, then – more on that later.
CES debuts knock-out Nokias
Reaching Apple-like proportions for the number of announcements on one day, Nokia has announced four new mobiles including a follow-up to the super-vi