The Nokia N73 Phone

By: Andy Fullard

Out of all the phones I have ever owned the Nokia N73 smartphone is most definitely my favourite, it looks good, has a ton of useful features it also fits nicely in my pocket, that's because the phone is actually one of the smallest phones available on the market today. The N73 is part of nokia's "N" series which was first introduced in 2005, phones in the Nseries are always jam packed with high quality features and the N73 is no exception, it is described by nokia as a multimedia computer.

The phones best feature is probably its massive 3.2 mega pixel camera that's ready to use after you slide the lens protector cover off, the camera comes complete with with a Carl Zeiss optical lens and auto focus feature, this means you always get sharp images for both photos and video, pictures can be taken up to the size of 2048x1536 pixels The camera also has a flash with red eye reduction and huge 20x digital zoom capability, it can also capture MPEG-4 video at 15 frames per second.

The phones screen which is capable of displaying 262144 colours is quite large at 2.4 inches and makes full use of its 240x320 pixels. This means you can actually see what you are doing when your playing games or surfing the web. If you have a friend with the same phone you can also use the Video Calling function and see what there doing.

The N73 comes with a load of software applications pre installed including a selection of games, a MP3 music player, video and picture galleries, stereo FM radio, RealPlayer, a WAP browser plus a full KHTML web browser and IM client. You can also view Microsoft office documents and PDA files.

The phones menu system is easy to get used to and you'll soon find yourself playing some of the free games on it.

I also like this phone for its music capabilities, it has stereo speakers and can play music quite loud, the phone comes with 42mb of built in memory but this is extendable to 2gb with a memory card meaning you can fit a few of your favourite cd's on there, as well as MP3's the phone also supports AAC and WMA formats giving you plenty of choice and getting the music on to the phone is easy with Nokia's PC suite and USB cable, right now the N73 is the best phone I've had.

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