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Saturday, June 16, 2007

Nokia N76: N Series gets a makeover

The slim mobile revolution has captured the imagination of all. Mobile users across every category are fascinated by their sleek dimensions and superlatively stylish looks. So much so, that even the global leader Nokia – the company that boasts of functionality above style could not keep away from the slim juggernaut. Finally, a slim handset in the N series family – the Nokia N76. Look wise, the Nokia N76 resembles to a Motorola RAZR phone, however is far more superior in functionality than any of them.

The Nokia N76 is a sleek clamshell with thickness of mere 13.7 mm. At 115 grams, the handset is extremely lightweight for a 3G smartphone. This multimedia giant features a 256k coloured external display, TFT based 16 million coloured primary screen, dedicated media control and camera keys and a spaced out tactile keypad. That pretty much makes this S60 based, Symbian OS v9.2 operated smartphone a breeze to use. Currently available in Red and Black, other colour solutions of the Nokia N76 should hit the global market soon.

The 3G phone is at home with video calling across UMTS networks. A dedicated camera is included in the Nokia N76 just for that purpose. Primary camera module of this handset is 2.0 mega pixel with highest picture resolution of 1600x1200. Integrated flash, digital zoom, video recording capabilities – the integrated camera of the Nokia N76 has it all. The handset features a top class symbian media player compatible with all popular media formats including Mp4, M4A, AAC and WMV files. You may even plug in your preferred headphones on the mobile phone's 3.5 mm audio jack. You can download song and other files from the Internet via 3G, GPRS and EDGE technology or locally via Bluetooth and USB. Apart from the media files you carry on its 26 Mb shared memory or on the external memory card, you can also tune in to your favorite radio channel with the handset's on board FM radio.