Nokia N73

Nokia N73
The unofficial upgrade to the Nokia N70
P 15,800 (Classic)/ P 17,300 (Music Edition)

PHONE Quadband/ UMTS/ 3G phone. Nokia Series 60 v 3.0 GUI, Symbian 9 OS with M-Java CLDC support. Offline mode.
CAM 3.2 Megapixel Carl Zeiss-Vario Tessar auto-focus lens with flash. 20x digital zoom. MP4 video recording(15 frames-per-second). Secondary VGA camera for video calls.
MUSIC Digital music player for MP3, AAC, eAAC, AAC+, WMA or M4A files. Album art display, stereo speakers, and FM radio with Visual Radio support.
CONNECTIVITY SMS, MMS, Email support. Video calling/ video sharing. Web browsing via xHTML, WWW, EDGE or 3G. Infrared, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth 1.2.
MEMORY 40 MB on-device memory. Expandable with MiniSD card(hot-swappable).
MISC Active camera lens slider. Dedicated music access keys, shutter, zoom-volume, menu and gallery keys. 2.4-inch screen (320x240 pixels, 262K colors). Preloaded office and Adobe tools. Built-in image/video editors. Memory support up to 2GB. Nokia MiniMap Browser.

If you're looking for an upgrade to a 3G phone but something like a V3X or maybe even an N70 just won't do, then the Nokia N73 would be a sure hit for you. It's a Nokia smartphone and it belongs to the Nseries. Isn't that enough to convince you already?

Even if you're not such a big fan of all-in-one devices, you'll find that the N73 delivers quite well. Having this in your pocket negates the need for a few other gadgets, namely: (1) a camera (it's main attraction is a 3.2 megapixel Carl Zeiss auto-focus lens with flash. You can use the 20x digital zoom for taking stills and there's also up to 8x zoom video stabilization for video clips.), (2) a music player (the integrated digital music player will play all music file formats - mp3, aac, wma, & m4a - and the essential FM radio is present with Visual Radio support.), (3) a movie player (an integrated movie player is present to take care of 3gp/ mp4 movie playback and a 2.4-inch, 320x240 pixel, 262K color screen ensures your movie viewing satisfaction) and finally, (4) a smartphone - well, almost (preloaded PDA features, as well as Office and Adobe viewers, make up for your mobile office needs). It also supports email messaging and net surfing at the speed of 3G. So why think twice about buying an N73? Yes, there are trade-offs, and one is the weak battery unit. But considering the savings you get from the gadgets it replaces, an extra battery (or two) will seem very cheap.

Merely mentioning its key features make it seem like a multimedia powerhouse. And its looks don't deceive you. It's really a great phone. So don't hold your breath and just buy the N73. I'm sure you can afford it.

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