Nokia N75 Introduced

Nokia today announced the new Nokia N75 at Nokia Open Studio 2006, NEW YORK. The N75 phone is the smallest multimedia computer offering digital music playback, high quality photos and rich internet communication. The N75 is a clamshell device which is thin and elegant in looks. Also the phone boasts Nokia’s easy to use interface.

Nokia N75

Nokia N75 Features

When the device is closed you will see a reflective 1.36″ colour display which shows you the music you are playing which is just a button push away. Various music formats such as MP3, M4A, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA are supported and the N75 also has a graphic equalizer. Standard features sych as shuffle and repeat are also included. On a 2Gb card around 1500 songs can be stored. The N75 has stereo speakers built in which also have a 3D option to make the sound come out around you.

Built in is a 2 Megapixel camera (1600 x 1200). The main screen is a 2.4″ LCD with 16M colours. Stacks of other features such as MPEG video recording are packed in to this phone.

Enhanced web browsing has also been included with some software which allows the browser to use RSS feeds and also allows web pages to be loaded as they should look by shrinking them down.

On the connectivity side we can see that there is EDGE, 3G (WCDMA 850/1900MHz), GSM (850/900/1800/1900MHz) which all ads up to some seriously nice connectivity accross the board.

More pages after the jump.

Nokia N75

Nokia N75

Nokia N75

Via: Nokia

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