OK, so after Googling around a bit I found out that the N70 includes FM radio functionality, but it only works with the Nokia headset plug and earphones inserted into the POP-Port on the bottom of the device. I then found out a bit more about Visual Radio. I launched the application and found some of my favorite stations here in the Seattle/Tacoma area, including my favorite Christian station, Spirit 105.3. However, it seems that none of these stations actually supports Visual Radio since I keep getting a Visual service ID error. I need to find at least one Visual Radio supported channel to see what this service offers so I can comment on it in my review. If you know of a channel, please send it my way so i can check it out please.
I am able to listen to the stations in standard FM radio mode, which I personally am very happy about because I do not have a huge music collection and enjoy the radio. I use my XM Satellite MyFi in my truck at the moment and may find having a FM radio in this N70 quite handy while I am out and about.
While I like having the FM radio capability, I would really prefer to be able to listen to music via Bluetooth stereo headphones with the A2DP profile. I wonder if the N91 with 4GB hard drive supports A2DP or if it too requires the Nokia headset? I don’t mind the Nokia headset, but again I would prefer to be able to use any headset that I already own to listen to music. I think the best option would be to have a 2.5mm or 3.5mm jack so I could use the Bluetake stereo Bluetooth dongle if A2DP is not going to be provided by Nokia.