Nokia N75 - Good news for the US market

posted at 16 July, 2007


Nokia has finally announced the new N-series designed for the US market. By launching their N 75 clamshell smartphone with Symbian S60 3rd Edition, Nokia fulfilled their promise of bringing better 3G quality for US customers.

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The N 75 possesses advanced features from some of its “big brothers”, like a full web browser, GPS navigation functions, and 3-D graphics for upcoming games based on Nokia's N-Gage platform. You can take high quality pictures with a CMOS 2 Megapixel (1600x1200) fixed focus camera, share them via Bluetooth 2.0 or store them on a Micro-Sd memory card expandable to 2GB. Due to its DRM software, the N75 is compatible with a large number of online music services such as Yahoo Music. The 2.4 QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) color display with up to 16M colors and its dual speakers for stereo music playback are standing for your media entertainment, making the N75 one of the best feature-packed phones to be released on the American market.

Nokia N75 - Good news for the US market - user opinions

Great phone and the price is also ok....


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