Nokia N76 Red; Shimmering Red Beauty in an Ultra-sleek Attire!

By: Amanda Dorothy

Awe-inspired to see the latest series of N-series technological extravaganza form the house of Nokia? Well, to take one and all to a new level of ecstasy, this Finnish electronics giant has taken some stead fast steps by coming out with another mind blowing gadget in the name of a mobile phone. The name of its new enterprise is Nokia N76 and once in its gorgeously stylised red attire, the phone stands to enamour million souls just by its shimmering glaze.

One lucky soul who has got the chance to hold a Nokia N76 red must admit that this device is amazingly lightweight. The front fascia of the phone comprises a CIF camera, a camera key and a set of dedicated keys to play and control music. Ports to connect mini USB 2.0 and 3.5 mm audio jack adds to the numbers of easily features on the external front of Nokia N76 Red. The phone comes with an integrated 2 mega pixel camera with 20 X digital zoom and image resolution of up to 1600X1200 pixels. The camera also comprises an integrated flash.

The 2.4'' primary display screen is a 16 million colour supporting TFT that reproduces images with resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The display screen, which can be operated in landscape mode also, offers excellent viewing option while clicking pictures or shooting a video. Running on Symbian OS version 3, the phone features a real player and a media player that supports MP3, WAV, MIDI, AAC, enhanced AAC, enhanced AAC+, M4A, and WMA files.

Though the form factor of Nokia N76 red matches to that of the Motorola RAZR series of mobile phones, this beautiful creation from Nokia, unlike its Motorola counterpart, is much advanced in terms of feature augmentation and technology assemblage. Now, once the standard is set by Nokia by introducing an engrossing phone in a tried and tested and yet different clamshell design, followers are sure make lines to equal its stance.

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