Nokia has unveiled a new addition to its Nseries range of handsets – the N76 – which the company claims is the “perfect blend of style and substance” with its slimline shape and depth of multimedia features.
It’s very much the music phone, with dedicated quick cover keys on the Nokia N76, to access the main features without having to flip open the phone. It holds up to 1500 tracks, works with industry standard 3.5 mm headphones and supports most formats, including Windows Media DRM if you like to buy your tunes online.
There’s a 2.4″ screen with up to 16 million color screen, which operates in landscape mode for web browsing via the Nokia web browser. There’s also a 2MP camera with 20x digital zoom – and like the music player, you can use it without having to open the device. There’s also ease of uploading to most online galleries too. There’s also 2GB of expandable memory, video capture (15fps), FM radio, Bluetooth, voice recording and all the phone and messaging features you would expect.
Expect to see it in the first few months of 2007, priced around 390 Euros for a sim-free model, considerably less if you take out a contract.
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