WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., May 31 - Nokia announced today the addition of two new multimedia devices to their Nokia Nseries product line; the Nokia N76 and Nokia N75, which are now available for purchase through independent distribution in the United States. Embracing design and technology, the sleek Nokia N76 is the thinnest Nokia Nseries multimedia computer to date at a mere 0.54 inches, full featured with quad band GSM/EDGE capability in a stylish chrome and magnesium package, it makes no compromises on either. The Nokia N75 is an all in one 3G device designed to enrich the multimedia experience with its high speed and enhanced imaging functionality and music capabilities.
"Nokia is thrilled to include the Nokia N76 and the Nokia N75 into the growing line of Nseries multimedia computers which are now available directly to consumers in the United States," said Bill Plummer, Vice President, Sales & Channel Management, Multimedia, Nokia North America. "By bringing to market multimedia computers that will unlock the door to new multimedia experiences, Nokia strives to expand the US marketplace."
The Nokia N76 combines both style and substance bringing the complete Nokia Nseries multimedia experience into a beautiful casing made up of premium materials. Music fans will enjoy a key feature of the Nokia N76 -- one touch access to the built in digital music player via dedicated keys on the front cover which let you quickly and easily control the device's music features from the outside of the folded device. In addition to the dedicated music keys, the Nokia N76 multimedia computer allows you to create and share music play lists and listen to FM radio in real time. The device also includes built-in stereo speakers and stores up to 2GB of music or movies on compatible microSD memory cards. The Nokia N76 is based on the world's leading S60 software on Symbian OS, enabling you to personalize your device from a wide choice of compatible applications including games, navigation, entertainment, productivity and creativity.
The Nokia N76 also incorporates photo and video capabilities with a 2.4 inch sharp, color display and a 2 megapixel camera. The integrated flash allows you to capture quality photos without ever having to open the device and on-device photo editing lets you perfect your pictures before transferring them. A sleek clamshell design with two color options, tempered glass, and mirror steel, the Nokia N76 multimedia computer is beauty that is built to last.
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The Nokia N75 is an all-in-one mobile device which utilizes the 850/1900-band 3G network to offer an enhanced multimedia experience. The Nokia N75 offers easy access to your music library with dedicated music keys, plays your favorite tracks in 3-D stereo, includes built-in stereo speakers, allows for Bluetooth stereo with A2DP compatibility and stores up to 2 GB of music or movies on compatible microSD memory cards. Additionally gamers can play popular Java- based SNAP Mobile platform games on the Nokia N75 such as 3D pool hall, Tetris and Lumines.
The Nokia N75 features a thin clamshell design with a 2.4 inch sharp, color display and a 2 megapixel camera. The integrated flash allows you to capture quality photos without ever having to open the phone and on-device photo editing lets you perfect your pictures before transferring them to your computer or uploading them directly from your Nokia N75 to popular image sharing sites. The Nokia N75 is also based on the S60 software on Symbian OS.
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The manufacturer's suggested retail price for Nokia N76 is $499.99 and for the Nokia N75 $429.99 without contracts. Both devices are now available for purchase at popular online sites, including www.nseries.com, at the Nokia Flagship Stores in New York City and Chicago and at independent retailers nationwide.