Nokia N73 – the new era of mobile imaging.
The first camera phone - 'J-SH04' was introduced in Japan in November 2000. In the span of the last six years, the camera have taken many giants leaps and now threatening to outgrow the phone itself. Imagine a high definition camera with digital zoom, auto focus and everything you'd expect in it that also doubles up as a 3G mobile phone. That’s Nokia N73 for you. We are yet to realize it but the future of mobile imaging is already here.
Nokia regards their N-series models as multimedia computers and rightly so. The size, resolution and color depth of pictures taken by the N73 strongly justifies that. The integrated 3.2 mega pixel camera uses a CMOS sensor to get the great shot. But what makes the picture perfect is the Carl Zeiss auto focus lens with the mechanical shutter. You can develop images of 'actual' photos quality up to 25 x 20 cm size. The Nokia N73 also records high quality videos at a maximum 352 x 288 resolution in MPEG4 format. There is also a second VGA camera with video conferencing.
What makes the N73 more appealing is the simplicity it maintains despite its extraordinary capabilities. It has a straightforward candy bar design and an absolutely standard keypad. The rocker keys serves as control for volume when you're listening to music or talking to someone as well as zoom keys when you are taking photographs. The camera is active the moment to slide the protective cover. The company have done a good job by keeping it simple and easy which surprisingly not common in other smart phones. Quad band, with EDGE and UMTS, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate), Video calling, Call Conferencing, MS Office and PDF document viewer, web and WAP browser, - the Nokia N73 have the answers to everything you'd want from a 3G phone. The Nokia N73 are for those looking for a great camera phone but do not want to compromise on any features.
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