Nokia N76: the Future is Yours

By: Carly

Within a very short span of time, Nokia's N series has proved their mettle in the market. Any doubts about Nokia's ability to lead the highly volatile mobile phone market has been put to rest with the launch of their mobile multimedia computers - as N series mobile phones are called. The Finnish giant have not opted to bask in its glory but continued with the great work bringing in even more innovation. The Nokia N76 - the latest addition to the N series family, is another stunner that has managed to put in all functionalities that one expects from a N series phone in a clamshell that looks more like a bling phone.

The Nokia N76 looks like a Motorola RAZR or Sanyo Katana. The petite clamshell is very thin at 13.7 mm and weighs 115 gram - very lightweight for a 3G smartphone. The handset is fitted with a large TFT based screen that can produce images with immense clarity with more than 16 million colours that it produces. The secondary external screen is a 256k colour deliverable display that give all necessary details while the Nokia N76 is in closed position. Integrated primary camera module of this dual camera phone is 2.0 megapixel. Digital zoom and integrated flash makes it possible to get a great shot even during those gloomy conditions. To make photography enjoyable for you, the Nokia N76 also supported with 20x digital zoom with a superb resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. If you like the live action then you can easily grab it by recording a video footage. On the other hand, the Nokia N76 also supports the various popular technologies to make various things easier for you such as WCDMA, EGPRS, CSD, GPRS and HSCSD.

The Nokia N76 works on the compatible Symbian Operating system. Thus, you get the right backup to make the best of this reliable communication tool. On the other hand, this phone is also perfected with a clamshell design to achieve that enticing look. So, get your Nokia N76and see things getting better for you.

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