Nokia N76 Hands-on


Nokia N76 Hands-on

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CES 2007 – The trend is thin and nobody can ignore it, not even Nokia. The Nokia N76 closes a gap in Nokia’s offering in a stylish way. They will probably hate me for saying this but the Nokia N76 looks like the RAZR and the Sanyo Katana. I don’t say that in a bad way – the RAZR design is what brought struggling Motorola back into the game.

However, the Nokia software is probably much better. Just like any phone in the N-Series, the N76 comes with the S60 (3rd edition) Symbian OS, a solid foundation to build applications. The user interface is fast and feature-complete from Music replay to Decent web-browsing. Note that when I went to ubergizmo.mobi our logo appeared monochrome for some reason. I did not have enough time to dig into the options but nothing obvious came to mind.

The N76 also has a 2 Megapixal camera that can be used with the external screen, providing the feel of handling a compact digicam. The images were good, but do not expect miracles, this is a cellphone. Once you’ve taken some photos, it is possible to upload them to Flickr. If you snap a lot pictures, the phone can be expanded (via Micro-SD) to 2GB of memory.

The phone is to be released in Q1 2007, no carriers partnership announced yet.

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