Excerpt: With the new N76 ,Nokia has entered the "slimmest phone ever" market and in direct competion with the market's icon - Motorola RAZR. At a first look the two phones have a lot of similarities in design.
Summary: I commend Nokia for breaking out of their ?rugged, functional, not so sexy? design mold with the N76. Though it's easy to knock it as a RAZR knock-off, I still think it's notable that Nokia built a slim flip phone without compromising any functionality.
Excerpt: I was wondering when Nokia would start copying other successful brand designs and� here it is, in the form of a new clamshell � Nokia N76. This is probably the first Nokia handset which strongly resembles a unique design specific to another well-known brand, Motorola.
Pros: One of the most powerful CPUs included in a Nokia handset will run any application with ease. The question is: why would a fashionistas phone need S60 platform? Perhaps the answer stays in Nokia's desire to enlarge the phone's target and meet the expectations of different buyer categories. Beside...
Cons: Nokia indirectly recognized that the N76 model has many major faults in its construction and software integration by accepting covering warranties that include things which are not standard for a handset. The faulty design, the cheap material, as well as the low life battery are among the negativ...
Conclusion: I must admit that at first sight the N76 seemed as a simple mid-tier Nseries device aimed at the fashion market. It’s only after using the device did I notice its importance to the line-up.
Summary: One of the newer models in the Nokia Nseries lineup is none other than the slim Nokia N76. With two bold color schemes to choose from (Metallic Red and Jet Black), users can decide if they want a phone for the wilder side of life or one to match a more sophisticated lifestyle.
Excerpt: The Diva in you will come alive with the Nokia N76. The unlocked version allows me to choose among the various USA carriers. For those unfamiliar with unlocked phones, they operate on SIM cards that are switchable for band/modes of various carriers.