Sunday, August 12, 2007
Providing a complete multimedia experience in a thin and elegant clamshell design, The Nokia N75 brings all the latest cell phone media and calling capabilities to the table while still incorporating Nokia's renowned ease of use. As the first Nokia phone released with Cingular to boast 3G capabilities, the N75 lives up to high expectations with included features such as S60 smartphone OS software, a full Web browser, a bright and colorful QVGA main display, external camera and music controls, a 2.0-megapixel camera, USB mass storage capabilities, Bluetooth, a memory card slot, and more. Simply put, it's the perfect companion to Cingular Wireless service.
Audiophiles will love the N75's generous 40 MB of internal memory storage and memory card slot capabilities. The generously sized, 240 x 320 internal screen supports over 16-million colors, while a sharp and crisp outer screen sports a 128 x 160, 260,000 full color resolution. Just below the outer screen you'll find convenient media control keys--a great way to flip through your favorite tracks without ever needing to open the phone. Flipping open the phone reveals a traditional looking 5-way navigation button and backlit keypad that collectively controls all the phone's calling functions and most media functions. Turning the clamshell over reveals its advanced camera lens and flash. Meanwhile, the memory card slot resides on the phone's left side and volume control keys can be found on the right side. Lastly, high-speed data transfer to and from the device is supported by the N75's USB 2.0-compatible "Pop-Port."