Nokia N75 Nseries cellphone/multimedia computer launched
With the release of Nokia N75 Nseries multimedia computer the bulkiness is not a problem. Measuring at 95 mm (H) x 52 mm (W) x 20.2 mm (T) this phone is pretty small. And it’s almost got it all:
Nokia N75Â is a Quadband GSM and WCDMA phone, so you can connect to almost any any network anywhere in the world with it. It has two bright color screens – the main 2.4â€? QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) color display with 16M colors with ambient light detector and 1.36â€? color display (160×128) 262K color cover display with full Series 60 user interface capabilities, dedicated camera and music keys.
Being true to it’s multimedia category Nokia N75 comes with 2 megapixel camera, 15 FPS video recording capabilities at QCIF (176×144), CIF (352×288) resolutions, mpeg4 video player, music player for all popular audio formats, stereo FM radio, steros 3D hands free speakers and Nokia Stereo Headset HS-28.
For a business user Nokia N75 can offer e-mail access through SMTP, POP3 and IMAP4 with the ability to view Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, PDF, ZIP attachments. As any other Nseries phone it has powerfull synchronization capabilities through SyncML and is able to synhronize data with major PC applications such as Microsoft Outlook (98, 2000, 2002, 2003), Outlook Express, Lotus Organizer (5.0, 6.0), Lotus Notes (5.0, 6.0).
To store all those photos, video, audio and data files Nokia N75 packs plenty of storage room. It comes with 60 MB on-board free user memory, Hot swap MicroSD card, up to 2GB and up to 40 Mbytes internal dynamic memory.
All-in-all Nokia N75 Nseries cellphone/multimedia computer looks like a great choice. The only thing missing is WLAN capability. Oh well, nobody’s perfect, as they say, so Bluetooth and USB will have to do for now…