Nokia N73: a Shutterbugs Urge

By: Raina Kelsey

A stunning multimedia computer in a phone, the Nokia N73 is equipped with excellent photography features, 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera with Carl Zeiss optics, moreover it comes with the support for social networks on the Internet like Flickr, the world's leading online photo sharing community. About this phone it is said, the Nokia N73 is digital shutterbug's masterpiece.

About the product Nokia N73, Pekka Pohjakallio, vice president, Multimedia Computers, Nokia said "it's the ideal companion for any digital camera lover or simply anyone who appreciates stunning print quality and multimedia just a slide and a click away." He further adds one core thing that is central to the Nokia N73 is its camera which is truly ready for the Internet age, enabling people to share their photos on the Web in an instant on Flickr or other photo sharing communities.

It is not its camera feature that makes what Nokia N73 is all about, it has a multitude of the everyday user's needs - in one pocketable device. It runs in the S60 3rd Edition Software on Symbian OS. Combining powerful photography features with support for browsing, email and Internet communities renders the Nokia N73 the ultimate connected camera.

Coming to the central point of the phone, it provides 'real' photo quality up to 10" x 8" (25 x 20 cm). It can produce good quality photos, thanks to the mechanical shutter and advanced auto-focus, photos are sharper, boasting crisp detail with reduced movement distortion, even in low light conditions. It has a high resolution 2.4 inch full screen landscape which makes viewing an ultimate delight.

Once photos has been snapped and selected, with the help of the powerful and intuitive active toolbar interface photos via e-mail, Bluetooth connectivity or MMS can be shared with others; or even print. With these photograph users can make creative slideshow, complete with stereo music soundtrack.

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