Summary: My wife and I have been using the Nokia N76's for over a year now and we are happy with them but looking to upgrade in the next 9 months. The N76 is a quad-band phone, supporting all GSM/EDGE on 850/900/1800/1900MHz as well as the 2100MHz UMTS frequency.
Excerpt: Well as we know well that the Nokia N76 has a chrome pelling problem due to it's paint (my n76 is around 2 months old and it still does'nt peel of) The n76 should be used with a lot of responsibility so I will help you guys to let your n76 stay good and feel good......
Summary: I purchased this phone as a gift for my wife, who wanted a "flip phone", but didn't want to learn how to use Motorola (she's had Nokia for the past few years). This really is a great phone - it has full functionality that you expect from high end Nokia phones (e.g.
Excerpt: Cool phone with some drawbacks. Pros so far: I live in Wv and am using AT&T. Strength is good, not a dropped call YET. Clear. FM radio good. Music player is really good and great speakers. Fast with applications. Cool design. Very flat seems more so than the Rzr.
Excerpt: this nokia n76's design is obviously taken from motorola razr. Razr's success gives the nokia an idea of introducing a copycat of razr but with a nokia trademark. It's improve features makes it better than motorola's razr. A motorola design plus a nokia software... what more could you ask for?
Excerpt: Great phone indeed. I've been reading through the reviews and there is MUCH MUCH Biased opinions and it seems that for the most part, people are simply hating on motorola. now motorola does not have the best phones, but they DO have very good phones to their name.