Finnish mobile handset vendor Nokia has announced that the blockbuster movie M:i:III will be available on memory cards with its Nseries devices. The memory card launch of the film will coincide with the film's DVD release.
Initially, the full length film will be offered as part of the Nokia N93 sales package at no additional cost to consumers and will be available in Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Turkey and the UK.
The full length film, which is supplied on a 512MB miniSD card, runs at 25 frames per second and can be rewound, fast forwarded and continued at anytime. Although the movie can be stored on a PC to free up the memory card, it cannot be played on the PC nor can it be copied to another memory card.
The Nokia N93 itself packs a 2.4" QVGA colour screen and stereo headset. The device also claims to act as a high performance mobile camcorder with DVD-like quality.
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