Conclusion: PROS: Overall elegant and unisex design, good picture quality, long battery life, various multimedia support , Bluetooth capabilities, integrated hands free, downloadable games CONS: Average display, navigation pad's situation from the keypad is too close for comfort, small memory space, absence of the Carl Zeiss lens Overall: All in all, the Nokia N70 packs more features that the average user will ever need and will be a great acquisition for those who want a future...
Excerpt: Nokia N70 is the second phone from the new N series, announced by Nokia in the spring. All models of this line are extraordinary in a certain way: the N90 model because of its 2 megapixel camera and optics from Carl Zeiss, Nokia N91 because of its built-in hard disk. Three phones were announced as part of the Nseries - the N70, N90, and the N91.The N70 is the first phone form the Nseries,it is still a smartphone that has 3G, a 2 megapixel camera, 30 MB of memory+ an 64...
Conclusion: A new model or just a bit of cosmetic surgery, we test the Nokia N70 the latest business class phone to hi the UK. With Tri Band, Bluetooth, a 2 mega pixel camera and MP3 player its sound like its got it all but has it?
Summary: The Nokia N70 is at a high level considering the reception that is typical of the Nokia smartphones. The signal is loud and hard to miss in a noisy street; one of the following file formats can be used for a call signal: MIDI (64-tones polyphony), AMR (NB-AMR), True Tones (WB-AMR), WAV, MP3, AAC, eAAC+. The vibracall is average in power.
Now the Nokia N70 is the best smartphone without a touchscreen, no direct rivals.
Conclusion: The N70 is the mini of Nokia's "Next Generation" N series phones that also includes the N90 camera phone, N91 music phone and N92 video phone. It's in the very familiar candy bar design shape, although the screen is somewhat larger than most candy bar phones. It measures in at 108.8x53x24mm with a total weight of 126g, making it a relatively light 3G camera phone.
Excerpt: The N70 is Nokia's budget smartphone. It uses the older second edition of the Series 60 operating system and has a lower-resolution screen. The N70 is a conventional shape and its keypad is squashed up at the bottom of the handset. The short-cut keys and directional keypad are easy to use, but you have to press the number keys with the edge of your thumb. The screen has a resolution of 176x208 pixels, so text looks blockier than on the other Nokia phones here.