Nokia N73: 3G Mobile Imaging at Its Best

By: Alice Erin

These days, when almost every mobile phone sports a camera, there are only a few that stands out in the clutter. A few of the multimedia centric N-series from Nokia have made it to the top of the heap. The Nokia N73 is one of them. This candy-bar handset exudes sophistication by its tasteful simplicity of design.

The Nokia N73 's smart looks is backed to the hilt by the light sensitive TFT screen that displays up to 256k different colours. The comfortable keypad with the Symbian Operating System 9.1, S60 (third edition) makes working on N73 sheer pleasure.

The Nokia N73 sports a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics - making it one of the most impressive camera phone around. The brilliant camera is well complimented by advanced imaging features like auto-focus, zoom, and an integrated LED flash. Video recording in high definition footage is supported too. The manufacturers have cleverly included a Photo/video editor to brush up little imperfections of your photographs or videos.

This 3G handset supports video calling and have a secondary VGA video call camera. Other 'basic' phone function includes integrated hands-free and call conferencing. The Nokia N73 features Push to Talk and Document viewer so that you can view your MS Office and PDF files on the phone. Other than 3G, this triband GSM phone is powered by relatively 'slower' GPRS/EDGE (236.8kbps) and a WAP 2.0/HTML/xHTML browser.

The integrated Symbian media player is compatible with MP3, AAC and MPEG4 formats. Sharp video quality with 3D sound on stereo speakers enriches your mobile entertainment experience. The device have about 40 Mb of shared memory with an external memory card slot which can be upgraded up to 2GB. In case you want to listen to something other than your music collection, the stereo FM is always at your disposal.

The Nokia N73 marks a step forward in the unification of the mobile phone and the digital camera.

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