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Nokia N76 review at LetsGoMobile
Mark Peters : September 26th 2007 - 19:38 CET
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LetsGoMobileNokia N76 mobile phone review at LetsGoMobile : Our colleagues over at LetsGoMobile have reviewed the red version of the Nokia N76 multimedia phone. According to LetsGoMobile: "At this time, the most mobile phones are designed in tight form and have trendy colors. Nokia follows this trend completely and designs trendy mobiles with striking colors. The Nokia N76 is such a design mobile, which is available in red and black. It is true, these colors are not very striking, but the combination color and form manages to provide a trendy mobile phone. The Nokia N-series mobile phones are in general true multimedia mobiles; a media player for music and film is standard present, as well as a digital camera."

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LetsGoMobile says: "The Nokia N76 likewise possesses all these functions and can be used as a fully-fledged MP3 player, a digital camera and, of course, even as a handset. The dividing border gets thinner and thinner, sometimes I even ask myself if you can still make phone-calls with a mobile. Consumers who purchase the Nokia N76 mobile phone in selected countries (Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway and Sweden) will have as part of the Nokia N76 sales package, a special voucher that gives the owners the rights to download 5 pre-selected Travis songs from the MSN music shops in their countries."

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LetsGoMobile concludes: "The image quality of the Nokia N76 lives up to the expectations. For a camera in this segment, such a quality is average; he who wants to use his mobile better or more aimed at photography, should choose the higher resolution models. If the picture is taken with good lighting situations, the quality is decent and the photos are well exposed and of average focus. It gets different in twilight, the noise values get so high that the photo can hardly be used. This is not very uncommon for a mobile phone." Read the full review of the Nokia N76 over at LetsGoMobile!

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