Nokia N76 Vs Nokia N95: Game on

By: Martin Dev

With the launch of N-Series mobile range, Nokia has proved its worth once again why it's the master in mobile communication. The continuous effort from Nokia to bring the best in mobile telephony has proved to be a fertile ground in the name of N-Series to cater to our personal and professional 'mobile' needs. There are N-Series mobile phones for every pocket-while some are candybars, some are sliders and the rest, clamshells. The recently launched Nokia N76 and Nokia N95 are two cool N-Series mobile phones with a host of multimedia features. See their features to know more about them.

The Nokia N76 comes in a clamshell design and offers up to 2.75 hours of talktime and up to 204 hours of standby time. It supports advanced 3G technology and offers you the advantage of face to face video calling. The phone has got two cameras-one main camera (2 megapixel camera with LED flash and 20 x digital zoom) and one CIF camera for video calling. The phone also features Real Player Media Player and integrated music player. The music player supports a large number of formats like MP3, WAV, MIDI, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, M4A and WMA. The phone runs on Symbian operating system and carries exciting connectivity features such as 3G, Bluetooth, EDGE, SyncML and USB. The phone is endowed with Nokia Browser with Mini Map WAP too.

Now come to the features of the Nokia N95. This 3G phone boasts of a slider opening mechanism that can be opened either ways. Display is amazing with a 16 million colour TFT screen providing a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The phone houses a highly impressive 5 megapixel camera that is fully loaded with autofocus, flash and 20 x digital zoom. Picture quality is simply superb. Other features of the phone include integrated music player, stereo FM radio, visual radio, voice dialing, handsfree speaker, voice recording, Bluetooth, USB 2.0, Pop Port, EDGE, HSCSD, WLAN Wi-Fi, push-to-talk, document viewer, full web browser and much more.

Be it in terms of looks or functions, both the handsets have got lots of potentials to handle present day demand.

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