Nokia N76: the Slim Phenomenon

By: Carly

Since the release of the very first N-series phone, Nokia has really come a very long way. And, it has proved its mettle all across the globe by offering some of the most efficient and multimedia enriched gadgets, which have set the standards for others. The launch of N-series was really a big thing in the History of Nokia and it firmly placed it on the top without any serious competition. That was just a humble beginning as the next N-series phones were way ahead from their predecessors. So, Nokia went ahead to steal the show with its consistent innovation by offering the best and the latest to mobile phone users all across the globe. After all that hype came another big thing from this family in the form of Nokia N76.

By introducing the Nokia N76 , N-series has really gone more slim and petite. This slim clamshell phone does look somewhat like Motorola's hugely popular RAZR phone, but that is all about designing only, as it is quite ahead than this phone in superb functionalities. This phone supports the popular 3G technology, which has become the trademark of the N-series. Currently, it is available in Black and Red colour solutions and you can expect more colours in the future. When it comes to dimensions, it measures only 13.7 mm in thickness and weighs only 115 grams - which is quite obvious in 3G phones.

Enjoy a soothing viewing experience on its large TFT screen, which supports more than 16 million colours. This handset works on the reliable S60 platform and operates on Symbian OS v9.2. It is because of this superb operating system various new technologies have been incorporated in this phone. If you like photography, then the Nokia N76 would certainly allow you to shoot like a pro. It is equipped with a 2.0 megapixel camera, which is further supported by advanced imaging features such as digital zoom, video recording capabilities and in-built flash. So, enjoy a whole lot of things altogether in your Nokia N76.

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