Nokia N76: Work Smart...look Cool

By: Alice Erin


Next logical step after putting in all features needed by an advanced mobile phone user is to make the device more stylish and compact. Nokia have done exactly the same. After astounding success achieved by N series smartphones, the Finnish mobile phone manufacturing giant are paying a lot more attention to the 'fashion' quotient. Their latest offering - the Nokia N76 is a sleek and sexy clamshell phone with the same avant-grade functionalities one expects from a N Series 3G smartphone.

Currently, this petite handset is available in two colour options - mysterious black and flaming red. Shiny sliver boarder around the external 256k coloured TFT display and on the tactile keypad further enhances the handset's royal appeal. Internal display of the Nokia N76 is a 2.4 inch large TFT based screen that can produce more than 16.7 million hues across 240x320 pixels. After all, for a high quality multimedia mobile computer like N76, the quality of display is a major part that adds up to that N series mobile experience.

The quad band GSM network supporting Nokia N76 is powered with 3G technology to assist high rate data transfer across favorable network. The smartphone can make and receive video calls across UMTS networks. Infact, the Nokia N76 has a separate VGA camera located below the primary display to send your images while on a video call. Primary camera module is 2.0 megapixel with digital zoom, integrated flash and video recording capabilities. You might share the pictures and videos you shoot with the Nokia N76, with your friends instantly via MMS or email. Further, you can even upload them anywhere in the Internet once you transfer them to your PC via Bluetooth or USB. Save your favourite tracks on the phone's 26 Mb of internal memory with card support, to be played on the built in media player. This Symbian smartphone is smart enough to know that one needs to relax as much as he must work. With the Nokia N76, there is no shortage of any.

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