The Nokia N76 and Its Usability

By: Adam Caitlin

The Nokia N76 is a mobile immaculately designed to meet the requirements of the users. It is GSM enabled and functions well wherever it is carried. The mobile is light weight and that increases its feasibility to be carried anywhere in the world. Its dimensions of 106.5 x 52 x 13.7 mm make it a very compact device.

The TFT screen adds to the incredible features for which the mobile is well known. The users can play videos on this screen at a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. This 2.4 inch screen is also suitable for playing of high definition games. These games can be downloaded from the internet or transferred to the mobile from other gadgets such as computers or laptops. Downloading can extend to ringtones, movies, pictures and wallpapers. Screen savers and wallpapers give the screen a very vibrant look.

The Nokia N76 can be connected with other gadgets with the support of a number of alternative options such as GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, 3G, Bluetooth and USB port. These options can be used to transfer files to other compatible gadgets either wirelessly or by bringing to use cable cords for establishing connection between the mobile and other compatible gadgets. Once the connection is established, the user can share music files, videos and pictures with other devices. This enhances the usability of the mobile as one can click pictures and videos and easily share them with his or her friends and colleagues.

Messaging with is good due to the availability of several options such as SMS, MMS and email. One can also send attachments with his emails with the help of this device. One can also listen to music on several music sites on the internet and stay tuned to utmost entertainment. Besides all this, a 2MP camera, music player and FM radio too bring entertainment in the lives of the users. The mobile is supported by an excellent battery that is capable of giving standby time of 200 hr and a talk time of 2 hr 45 mins. The memory of the N76 phone can be extended to 2 GB, if required.

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