Nokia and Vodafone today announced that Mission: Impossible III will be available on memory card exclusively with what they call ‘Nokia Nseries multimedia computers’.Now we like to think we’re experts at this tech lark and reckon that ‘multimedia computers’ is a bit of a stretch. That said, the N93 is the closest thing you’ll get to a mobile PVR with its 2.4in QVGA colour screen and ample poke. Cruise controlThe film will be supplied on 512MB memory card and runs at 25fps with the facility to forward, rewind, pause and the devilishly clever ‘play’ function that allows you to watch the film at normal speed with the sound on. Incredible. M:i:III will be offered as part of the Nokia N93 sales package at no additional cost to consumers. Nokia's Director of Multimedia, the intricately named Tuula Rytilä-Uotila, said: ‘With this package, we want to highlight that the Nokia N93 is not only a fantastic movie-making device, but that it's also a portable video player, letting users enjoy movies wherever, whenever - you can even watch movies on an airplane with the device in offline mode. We look forward to seeing consumers across Europe enjoying M:i:III on their Nokia N93 devices this holiday season.’By holiday season, we presume we’re talking Christmas. And by airplane, we think they mean aeroplane. That’s that cleared up, then.
Mission: Impossible? Not according to Nokia
Nokia and Vodafone today announced that Mission: Impossible III will be available on memory card exclusively with what they call ‘Nokia Nseries