Woah! Nokia just hit the nuclear button. Its first warhead is the N91, a 4GB phone with 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB and MP3/WMA playback. The phone's music credentials look impressive. Battery life is a reasonable 12.5 hours, WMA support is a first - and will presumably include DRM-ed files - plus we love the fact that Nokia's opted for a standard 3.5MM headphone jack so you can stick in your fave cans. There's also a very cool, Napster-esque feature that'll allow you to share playlists with your mates via Bluetooth. It runs on Series 60 and will presumably allow for mobile WMA downloads via 3G or Wi-Fi by the time it launches at the end of the year.
Nokia's also announced the N70 - its smallest 3G Series 60 phone yet - and the N90, its first optical zoom cameraphone. We'll have stories on them both shortly.