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Nokia N75

Nokia N75
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Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks WCDMA 850/1900 and GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Availability by country 2007
Predecessor Nokia 6682
Successor Nokia 6650 fold
Form factor Clamshell
Dimensions 95 x 52 x 20 mm, 93 cc
Weight 123.5 g
Operating system Symbian OS v9.1, S60 Third Edition
CPU ARM, 220 MHz
Memory Up to 50 MB built-in memory
Removable storage Up to 2 GB with microSD
Battery 800MaH Nokia BL-5BT battery
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 / 8X Digital Zoom
Connectivity Bluetooth, USB-to-Pop-Port, SMS, MMS

The Nokia N75 is a smartphone by Nokia. It uses Series 60 3rd Edition on Symbian OS. AT&T Mobility is a carrier of the N75 in the USA. It has been made specifically for the North American 3G market, supporting WCDMA 850/1900 frequencies; however, it will still be available in other countries such as the UK.

Contents

  • Specifications 1
  • Reaction 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Specifications

Feature Specification
Form factor Clamshell
Operating System Symbian OS v9.1, S60 Third Edition
Processor TI OMAP 1710 ARM-926 220 MHz
Memory 50 MB built-in, expandable via MicroSD Slot
GSM frequencies 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
GPRS Yes
EDGE (EGPRS) Yes
WCDMA Yes (850/1900 MHz) (North America and Australia)
Internal screen TFT Matrix, diagonal 2,4", 16 million colors, 240x320 pixels
External screen TFT Matrix, diagonal 1,36", 262,144 colors, 128x160 pixels
Camera 2.0 mpx (Sensor: Toshiba CMOS, F/3, 5 mm), Flash: LED, 20x digital zoom, Exif
Video recording Video: MPEG-4 H.263 VBR CIF (352 x 288) @ 15 frame/s ; Audio: AAC Low Complexity (1 channel, 16bits, 48 kHz, 72 kbit/s)
Multimedia Messaging Yes
Video calls No
Push to talk No
Application support Java (MIDP 2.0), 3D API (JSR-184)
Memory card slot Yes, microSD, up to 2 GB, hot swap
Bluetooth Yes, 2.0 EDR (3 Mbit/s)
Infrared Yes
Data cable support Yes, Pop-Port, USB 2.0 Full Speed, supports Mass Storage Mode
Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML/Full HTML
Email Yes
Music player Yes
Radio Stereo FM
Video Player Yes
Polyphonic tones Yes, 64 chords
Ringtones Yes, Mp3, NB-AMR, WB-AMR, True Tones, WAV, AAC, eAAC+, RealAudio, M4A
HF speakerphone Yes
Offline mode Yes
Battery Li-Ion 800MAh (BL-5BT)
Charger 2 mm connector
Talk time 4 hours
Standby time 8.5 days (200 hours)
Weight 123 grams
Dimensions 95x52x20 millimeters
Availability Available
Else FlashLite 1.1, full HTML browser, OMA Digital Rights Management for use with subscription-based music download services, Text-To-Speech, Voice Recognition, pre-loaded with additional AT&T applications

Reaction

CNet gave it 3/5, liking the call quality and display but disliking the battery life and camera.[1] Mobile Tech Review gave it 4/5.[2] PCMag gave it 2.5/5 with similar praise and criticism.[3]

References

  1. ^ Bonnie Cha, "Nokia N75 (AT&T)", CNet, 5/07/07, http://reviews.cnet.com/smartphones/nokia-n75-at-t/4505-6452_7-32085030.html
  2. ^ Lisa Grade, "Nokia N75", Mobile Tech Review, May 14, 2007, http://www.mobiletechreview.com/phones/Nokia-N75.htm
  3. ^ Sascha Segan, "Nokia N75", PCMag, May 3, 2007, http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2125487,00.asp

External links

  • Official Nokia N75 Product Page
  • Nokia technical specs
  • N75 Review
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