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Yep, it's real. Besides the black case and the plethora of onboard storage, the phone seems largely true to the original, which means the search continues for HSDPA 850 / 1900. Looks hot, doesn't it? No word on whether it'll pick up \"Music Edition\" branding for launch.[Via WirelessInfo.com]

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August 20, 2007 at 11:16AM
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What's a surefire way to revive a smartphone when it starts to get a little long in the tooth? Why, pull a Nokia: bundle it with some relevant accessories and rebrand it as a \"Music Edition,\" of course! To be perfectly clear, this here Q is the same old Q we know and love; Bell's simply given it a

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We've already cautioned Nseries owners against getting too worked up about Nokia's recent sidegrades upgrades in the form of the \"Music Edition\" devices -- after all, they're the same phones. They've just been painted black, had a couple accessories thrown into the boxes, and had a new firmware rev

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Nokia's lovefest for its, shall we say, senior Nseries models today didn't stop with the N91's upgrade to 8GB. In tacking the \"Music Edition\" label onto the tail ends of their names, they've re-upped the N73 and the elder-statesman N70 candybars, slapping them with a fresh coat of black in the proc

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