New Nokia N-Series – Nokia N76

New Nokia N76 Review

Nokia N76 review

Nokia has introduced the trimmer fold model to its N-Series line up – the Nokia N76, a new clamshell multimedia computer that brings the Nseries experience to a sleeker body. The Nokia N76 brings a wide range of multimedia experiences to consumers, enabling them to create, consume and connect, using music, videos, images and the internet.

This newly introduced N-Series device comes in at 13.7mm thick which is definately thinner than other devices in N-Series. The N76 features a mirror finish on the outside and is constructed out of premium materials like magnesium.

We did not want to compromise any of the key Nokia Nseries experiences when we designed the stylish Nokia N76 multimedia computer,” said Pekka Pohjakallio, vice-president, Multimedia, Nokia. He continued, “Nokia Nseries consumers are bleeding edge technology users and with them in mind we want to offer intelligent and entertaining multimedia functionality in an easy to use, ultra slim package.

There are dedicated quick cover keys sit on the N76 to allow users to control music features from the outside of the device. The N76 can hold up to 1500 tracks, and supports the popular Window Medis DRM for optimal use.

The N76 features a 2 megapixel camera with 1600 x1200 pixels to capture, zoom and review pictures. It comes bundled with Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition to help to edit either on the go or transfer them to a compatible PC.

Besides, it has a 2.4 inches 240×320 pixel main display screen wth ambient light detector, microSD expandable memory, a multimedia player with external controls and an FM radio. It’s a quad-band GSM phone with 3G (UMTS 2100) capabilities, and as with other N-Series devices it runs the Symbian S60 operating system.

Nokia N76 with 106mm x 52mm x 13.7mm make it become one of the slimmest 3G clamshells on the market. But these slim looks seem to come at the expense of battery life – the Nokia N76 only has 2 hours talktime on 3G and 2 hours 45 minutes on GSM. Standby time is 8.5 days.

Viewing the 2.4-inch, up to 16 million color screen in landscape mode brings a familiar feel to surfing the web on a mobile. With Nokia web browser with Mini Map allows users to navigate web pages quickly and easily. Besides, you can enjoy easy access to popular internet services like Flickr and Amazon for searching, shopping or sharing.

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