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Nokia N76

Nokia N76
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks UMTS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Availability by country 2007
Form factor Clamshell
Dimensions 106.5 x 52 x 13.7 mm, 70 cc
Weight 115 g
Operating system Symbian OS v9.2, S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1
CPU Freescale ARM 11 369 MHz
Memory 26 MB
Removable storage microSD up to 2 GB
Battery Li-Ion 700 mAh (BL-4B)
Data inputs Keypad
Display 240 x 320 pixels, 2.4", 16M Colors
External display 160 x 128 pixels, 256,000 colors
Rear camera 2 MP / 1600 x 1200 px / 20X Digital Zoom
Front camera CIF Video Call Camera
Connectivity Bluetooth, USB-to-Pop-Port, SMS, MMS

The Nokia N76 is a multimedia 3G Smartphone made by Nokia. It was introduced at the Las Vegas CES 2007 in January 2007 and was launched on 5 May 2007 with a sales price of 390 EUR. It is advertised as "The computer done beautifully" and as a "multimedia computer". It is also the slimmest Nseries phone to date, following many trends such as mirrored exterior screen and Motorola RAZR metal keypad. Hardware-wise the N76 bases off a platform by Freescale, being a first of kind in the family of “cheap” 3G smartphones. In fact the difference between the OMAP2420 and this Freescale CPU, is the lack of a graphics accelerator.

The phone was originally released without stereo bluetooth, but a later firmware update v30.0.015 adds A2DP and AVRCP bluetooth profiles. There are also numerous stability improvements and bug fixes as well as new features including the inclusion of Nokia Maps and a new search feature in active standby.

Specifications

Feature Specification
Form factor Clamshell
Operating System Symbian OS 9.2, S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1
Processor FreeScale Semiconductor 32-bit RISC CPU based on ARM-11 series, 369 MHz
Memory (RAM) Total/Available 96/44 MB
Storage (ROM) Total/Available 128/26 MB
GSM frequencies 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
GPRS Yes, Class B, Multislot class 32 (5/3) (max downlink : 107 kbit/s, max uplink : 64,2 kbit/s)
EDGE (EGPRS) Yes, Class B, Multislot class 32 (5/3) (max downlink : 296 kbit/s, max uplink : 177,6 kbit/s) ; Class A (DTM) Multislot class 11, max speed DL/UL: 118.4/118.4 kbit/s
WCDMA Yes (2100 MHz), PS max speed DL/UL= 384/384 kbit/s, CS max speed 64 kbit/s
Internal screen TFT Matrix, diagonal 2,4", 16 million colours, 240x320 pixels
External screen TFT Matrix, diagonal 1,36", 262 144 colours, 128x160 pixels
Camera 2.0 mpx (Sensor: Toshiba CMOS, F/3, 5 mm), Flash: LED, 20x digital zoom, Exif
Video recording Video: MPEG-4 VBR QVGA (320x240) @ 15 frame/s ; Audio: AAC Low Complexity (1 channel, 16bits, 48 kHz, 72 kbit/s)
Multimedia Messaging Yes
Video calls Yes
Push to talk Yes
Application support Java (MIDP 2.0), 3D API (JSR-184)
Memory card slot Yes, microSD, hot swap
Bluetooth Yes, 2.0 EDR (3 Mbit/s)
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Data cable support Yes, miniUSB normal cable, USB 2.0 Full Speed
Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML
Email Yes
Music player Yes
Radio Stereo FM
Video Player Yes
Polyphonic tones Yes, 64 notes
Ringtones Yes, Mp3, NB-AMR, WB-AMR, True Tones, WAV, AAC, eAAC+, RealAudio, M4A
HF speakerphone Yes
Offline mode Yes
Battery BL-4B (3.7 V @ 700 mAh)
Charger 2 mm connector
Talk time 2 hours
Standby time 8.5 days (200 hours)
Weight 115 grams
Dimensions 106.5x52x13.7 millimeters
Availability Q1/2007
Else Ambient light detector to optimize operating times, Nokia browser with Mini Map, Mobile search, 3.5 mm audio jack, mini USB, A2DP wireless stereo headphone support (Firmware v31.0.014)

See also

External links

  • Official Nokia N76 website
  • Nokia N76 review by Mobile-Review
  • Nokia N76 Review CNET.com.au
  • Nokia N76 review on SubReview
  • Nokia N76 Pictures and Review (in English)
  • Nokia developers site
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