The new Nokia N73 3G mobile phone comes with an attractive casing and design, all set to make a deep impact among the fun loving mobile phone users. The handset comes in a choice of four attractive colours with a measurement of 110 x 49 x19 mm and a weight of 116 grams. The tiny light-weight handset is comfortable for the user to hold in hand and carry in pocket. The user-friendly phone with good technology works on a quad band network and has 42 Mbytes of shared memory. This model from Nokia permits the user to expand the phone’s memory upto 1 Gbyte by using the MiniSD™ memory card for extra storage. The Nokia N73 mobile phone has great connectivity which includes a Bluetooth® wirefree connection, USB 2.0 with Pop Port™ connection and an infra red connection. The phone helps the user to connect to the Internet and enjoy a fast HTML and XHTML Internet experience for pleasure or work related browsing.
The Nokia N73 phone comes with a large 2.4 Inch TFT colour screen that is capable of providing a display of upto 262k colours and a 240 x 320 pixel screen resolution. The handset comes with an integrated 3.2 megapixel camera with an outstanding quality and has a 20 x digital zoom and auto focus option. The camera with a built-in flash technology assures the users of taking bright photos, even in dull conditions. The Nokia N73 camera feature helps the user in capturing photos in different ways by selecting either automatic, user defined, close up, landscape, sport, portrait or night setting. The VGA camera comes with a 2 x digital zoom which allows the user in getting a closer image on the video call.
The Nokia N73 mobile phone comes with a high quality music feature that provides clear stereo sound. The music player allows the user to play music in MP3, AAC, eAAC, EAAC+ & WMA music formats ensuring the perfect musical entertainment. The integrated FM radio feature allows the user to receive information which is provided by radio stations. The handset also has attractive features like email with attachments, text messaging, multimedia messaging and instant messaging.
Source: Adam Caitlin