Nokia N78 released in India

We saw the availability of the Nokia N78 in Finland. And while we’re waiting for it to arrive here in local shores, it seems Nokia is taking steps in other markets as well, as it has also announced availability of the Nokia N78 in India.

The Nokia N78 in India will have exactly the same features as any other Nokia N78 released elsewhere, which means that it’s still the same kick-butt Nseries phone that you wouldn’t be mistaken to call one of Nokia’s best.

N78 in India

The Nokia N78 was first announced with the power-packed Nokia N96, and it features high-end multimedia and computing power in the body of a sleek black candy bar with a very eye-catching design.

If you’re familiar with the Nokia N82, you’ll feel right at home with the Nokia N78. Other than its rather quirky keypad, its features are very easy to appreciate:

2.4-inch QVGA screen up to 16 million colors
3.2 megapixel auto focus camera with built-in flash
FM radio and FM transmitter
built-in GPS, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 2.0
70MB of internal memory expandable with microSD cards
USB connectivity

The Nokia N78 will retail for only Rs. 19,990 in India.

Via TechShout

Author: David Gonzales

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  • rahul

    u know wat ! N78 is 4 16k now!

  • alya

    Ive heard that its FM transmitter is slow ! is it true?

  • http://www.unwiredview.com David Gonzales

    No, it's not true at all. Although you have to keep the device itself still to ensure that the FM broadcast won't get interrupted. Watch out for our Nokia N78 review in a bit.

  • http://www.unwiredview.com David Gonzales

    That's right, and it sucks for early adopters. With the release of the Nokia N79 and Nokia N85 soon, expect the Nokia N78's price to drop even more.

  • http://www.unwiredview.com David Gonzales

    No, it's not true at all. Although you have to keep the device itself still to ensure that the FM broadcast won't get interrupted. Watch out for our Nokia N78 review in a bit.

  • http://www.unwiredview.com David Gonzales

    That's right, and it sucks for early adopters. With the release of the Nokia N79 and Nokia N85 soon, expect the Nokia N78's price to drop even more.