Nokia has taken its Nseries line of smartphones in a decidedly more fashionable direction than it’s used to going, with its 13.7 millimeter thick N76. Specs aren’t quite up to snuff with Nokia’s latest and greatest, but hey, they’re not bad either.

This little quad-band 3G phone packs a QVGA display, a nice 1.36 inch external color TFT screen, dedicated mp3 player buttons, hot swappable microSD slot (Max 2GB), two mega pixel camera, a FM Radio, and topped with a standard 3.5 millimeter audio jack and UMTS data for 2100MHz-friendly portions of the globe.


As we’ve seen with other Nokia models, a second variant of the N76 will be made available for us broadband data-hating North Americans that simply removes the UMTS support while retaining quadband GSM with EDGE. Look for the N76 to find its way into fashion-conscious hands starting later this quarter for around $510, give or take.

Simple summary of Nokia N76 features:

  • Take photos and control music even when the flip is closed
  • 2.4-inch (320×240 resolution) display
  • 2-megapixel camera that can record videos at 320×240, 15fps
  • Works with standard 3.5mm headphones
  • Plays WMDRM protected music
  • Up to 26 megabytes internal user memory
  • microSD memory card support (hot swappable)
  • Runs on Symbian S60 3rd Edition OS
  • Talk time: up to 120 minutes (WCDMA) / up to 165 minutes (GSM)
  • Standby: up to 8.5 days (WCDMA) / up to 8.5 days (GSM)
  • Video call time: up to 75 minutes
  • Music playback time: up to 8 hours
  • Colors: Black and Red

Source: Mobile Review.com