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Nokia Unleashes N76, N93i and N800

Sunday, January 14th, 2007

Nokia N76 is a 3G multimedia clamshell smartphone. It has been perceived to be the answer from Nokia to Motorola RAZR series as it has a thickness of only 14mm when folded!

An advantage N76 has is that it comes with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack to enable you to use your own headphones to listen to music. The hot swappable microSD slot allows you to expand the memory up to 2GB without turning off the mobile phone.

For more detailed information about the N76 specification, go here.

This is the upgraded version of Nokia N93. It is smaller (58mm x 108mm x 25mm) and lighter (163g) as compared to its predecessor.

The 3.2 megapixel Carl Zeiss lens and twisty screen offers you a different photo/video shooting experience, not to mention it has 3x optical zoom!

On top of its powerful feature of taking photo and videos, itís designed to work on Wireless LAN, 3G (WCDMA), EDGE and GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz) networks too. Nokia N93i provides mobile broadband internet access for browsing, uploading content, and sending and receiving emails, allowing you to stay connected on the move.

Nokia N800 is the latest Nokia Internet tablet and a smaller version (144mm x 75mm x 18mm) of its predecessor, Nokia 770. Like Nokia 770, the Nokia N800 is based on Nokiaís desktop Linux based Operating System too.

Nokia N800 doesnít have a slot for SIM card but it is designed to work as an Internet calling device, enabling you to make VoIP calls via a Wi-Fi hotspot, such as Internet calling, instant messaging and emailing.

Review: Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition

Wednesday, December 20th, 2006


The Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition, as with the original 8800, looks very distinctive. It retains the smooth design and hefty price tag of all previous 8000-series devices, which have traditionally been Nokia’s final step before having to move to the ultra-premium Vertu line of handsets. Whilst design is a very personal thing, evaluating the functions of the handset is more objective, and that is what we are trying to do today.

Physical Aspects