Nokia’s phones are technological marvels with abundant multimedia features in easy-to-use devices. Nokia’s handsets have brought a deluge of entertainment in our lives, whether it is the N-series or the music edition range. Nokia N73 music edition comes with a digital music player, dedicated music keys and a FM radio with a visual radio. With support for MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA, you can choose how to split your tunes and play them. Visual radio allows you to interact with the station; you can purchase tickets of your favourite band and also get the latest news.
The Nokia N73 is a candy bar handset, with a large display in the front. The screen is one of the best displays in the segment of smart phones, with an amazing 240 x 320 pixel resolution and 262,000 colours. The keypad is regular like the Nokia N70, but we would have preferred a little larger key.
The Nokia N73 has upgraded the camera in a big way. The camera comes with Carl Zeiss optics and CMOS sensor, built-in flash, 20x digital zoom, macro mode, plenty of optional settings and a photo editor. Video recording is at CIF resolution with a frame rate of 15 frames per second. There is also a second inward facing Video VGA camera for making video calls.
A complete delight for the user, the Nokia N73 includes voice dialing, voice activation and Push-to-talk. This gadget also includes voice command features which simply activate the functions with a simple voice command. The users can stay in touch with friends, relatives and partners with an Email sender, instant messaging and SMS. You can also send important attachments with your Emails. So, get this rustle handset and enrich your life with 3G brilliance.
You can store upto 1.5 hours of your video footage in the MPEG4 CIF format with the 42 MB memory of this handset. There is also the provision of a special MiniSD memory card for extra storage. The Nokia N73 operates on a Quadband operating frequency which offers you unlimited mobility throughout the world. You can communicate with everyone without any hassle.
Source: Jack Mitchelson