The Nokia N73 comes with a 2.4-inch screen able to support more than 262,000 colors and a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. As a result, colors look bright while text and images look sharp. Under the display you will find a numerical keypad and navigation controls. The keys are small and cramped which is a little disappointing if you take into consideration that between the screen and the navigation keypad is an extra space of ¼ inch. On the right side you will find a review button that helps you browse the last saved images, a volume rocker and a camera capture key. There is also available a miniSD card slot at the bottom. With its help you will be able to increase the storage area. The back of the phone accommodates the camera that is protected by a cover.
The Nokia N73’s screen goes into landscape mode automatically, so you will be able to take horizontal pictures. In the same time the phone book available is limited by the available memory (42MB) and allows you to add for each contact numerous phone numbers, a home address, email address and other personal details. In addition, you can also add for each entry a photo and one of the 30 ringtones available. The Nokia N73 also features voice command support, a speakerphone and text and multimedia messaging.
You will be pleased to known that the N73 is equipped with Bluetooth 2.0 for wireless headsets and car kits. You have the possibility to use this mobile phone as a modem to send/receive emails or connect to the web with a compatible PC. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have Wi-Fi. Regarding the software department, the N73 runs Symbian OS 9.1 that comes with basic PIM abilities. You will be able to use a to-do list, a voice recorder, a browser and a currency converter. With the help of a preloaded app named Quickoffice you will have the possibility to view Word, PowerPoint and Excel files while Adobe Reader will help you with PDF files. This Nokia is also able to support IMAP4, POP3 and SMTP accounts.
I can’t forget about the 3.2-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss Optics lens, autofocus and digital zoom. The camera also features different settings and video recording capabilities. After you take the pictures you can edit them by adding clip arts or text. The same goes for videos. There is also available a music player able to support AAC, MP3 and WMA format files. The phone also features FM radio and RealPlayer that offers MPEG4 and 3GPP video support.
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