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Saturday, August 30, 2008

The Nokia N73 is one of the best phone of Mobile users

The Nokia N73 is a quad-band GSM world phone that has officially been described as a multimedia computer by its manufacturers. The device is loaded with many software applications like a full web browser based on KHTML/Webkit, a Microsoft Office document viewer, a Visual FM Radio, picture & video galleries, an IM client and games. The camera phone is equipped with a 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera.

The smart phone is able to simultaneously run many of its applications in the background. For example, you may listen to music while browsing the Internet and then may switch to write an e-mail or a text message without having to close any application. The N73 supports access via Bluetooth and USB Mass Storage, which means you can transfer a large number of files to and from it through Bluetooth compatible devices. The N73 uses a database system for the supplied "Gallery" applications which can be updated locally on the device itself. This simply means that you can place video & audio files and supported images anywhere in the file system and easily browse them.

The camera phone is equipped with a new class of battery, the 1100 mAH BP-6M which adds 10% more power than the older BL-5C and has a talk time of about 4.5 hrs. with a standby time of about 370 hrs. The device has 42 MB of internal memory which could be expanded by 2GB with the help of the swappable MiniSD card memory slot. The N73 is a capable music device that supports MP3, AAC. eAAC, eAAC+, and WMA. The phone has dual speakers and you can hear the device even when it is packed into you bag.

The N73 is one of the strongest RF phones and has a top-notch reception. You can view the Word, Excel, Power Point, PDF and ZIP file attachments with the help of the included Quickoffice software. The smart phone automatically switches between GSM and UMTS networks where applicable and can fall back to old GPRS network if neither UMTS or EDGE networks are available.