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If you’re itching to get your hands on Nokia’s N96 flagship handset then scoot down to one of the Finnish phone giant’s flagship stores, where the talker will go on sale tomorrow.

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The N96: available from Nokia's flagship stores tomorrow

Nokia’s announced online that the phone will be available from 24 September in its two flagship stores: Regent Street, London and Terminal Five at Heathrow Airport.

But if you can’t make it to Blighty’s capital to pick up one of the DVB-H telly handsets, then you’ll only have to wait until the 1 October, when the phone will be released nationwide.

Online retailer Expansys has priced the N96 up at £580 ($1075/€730). It too will release the phone on the 1 October.

The Nokia N96 comes pre-installed with a BBC iPlayer application that lets users stream and download TV content from the website. The phone also has 16GB of internal memory, a 2.8in display and HSDPA 3G connectivity.

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