The Elder Scrolls Travels is a series of portable games in The Elder Scrolls series of video games published by Bethesda Softworks for Java-enabled cell phones, Nokia's N-Gage, and Sony's PlayStation Portable. The titles are Stormhold (2003), Dawnstar (2004), Shadowkey (2004), and Oblivion Mobile (2007).

Availability[edit | edit source]

The following Mobile devices support Dawnstar, Stormhold and Oblivion Mobile.[1]

United States[edit | edit source]

  • Motorola T720 (AT&T, Verizon)
  • Nokia 3650 (AT&T, Cingular, T-Mobile)
  • LG 5350 (Sprint)
  • Samsung A600 (Sprint)
  • Sanyo 4900 (Sprint)
  • Sanyo 5300 (Sprint)
  • Sanyo 8100 (Sprint)
  • Audiovox 9500 (Verizon)
  • LG VX4400 (Verizon)

Europe & Asia[edit | edit source]

Handset Carrier
Nokia 3650 Amena (Spain)
Nokia 7650 Amena (Spain)
Sharp GX10 Amena (Spain)
Nokia 3650 O2 (Germany)
Nokia 7650 O2 (Germany)
Sharp GX10 O2 (Germany)
Nokia 3650 Singtel (Singapore)
Nokia 7650 Singtel (Singapore)
Sharp GX10 Singtel (Singapore)
Nokia 3650 Telefónica (Spain)
Nokia 7650 Telefónica (Spain)
Sharp GX10 Telefónica (Spain)
Nokia 3650 Vodafone (UK, Ireland,
Spain, Portugal & Germany)
Nokia 7650 Vodafone (UK, Ireland,
Spain, Portugal & Germany)
Sharp GX10 Vodafone (UK, Ireland,
Spain, Portugal & Germany)
Nokia 3650 Westel (Hungary)
Nokia 7650 Westel (Hungary)
Sharp GX10 Westel (Hungary)

External links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. The Elder Scrolls Travels (Archived) List of Handsets and Carriers


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