The Nokia N73 is part of Nokia's elite N series of mobile phones and like all its other brethrens the N73 is simply amazing. It can be termed as perfect phone with a balance balance of ace technology and easy usability. Let us try to explore the intricacies of this ultra powerful mobile phone in detail. To start with, the N73 looks as a subtle and understated device (considering it an N series phone) on surface. But you will view a panorama of colors in its screen with 256,000 colors in a powerful 240 x 320 pixels display. It has a fairly large screen (36 x 48 mm) that makes it more convenient for the users.
It runs on a Symbian S60 OS that integrates 3G, EDGE and GPRS (class10) for data transfers. Its Bluetooth ensures file mobility. The N73 is a camera phone that flaunts a 3.2 MegaPixel camera that allows you to unleash the magic of photography as this camera has been equipped with Carl Zeiss optical lens, autofocus and flash. Likewise, you can also record video clips with crystal clear lucidity. There is also a secondary VGA resolution camera that is meant for the purpose of video calling, thanks to its 3G compatibility. With its WAP browser you can explore the web at your own ease. Similarly, sending or receiving e-mails can easily be done with its email client.
When you want music to be the food for your soul then you may play on to its multimedia player that will provide you with unlimited music. Nokia N73 is armed with a digital music player that is capable of playing MP3 / AAC / MPEG4 formats. Nokia N73 has an internal memory of 42 MB that can be upgraded with the help of its miniSD hot swap cards.
Its manufacturers are pitching it as a media device. On a more general level, Nokia N73 is a complete phone that caters to all the needs of high-end business users. It is a fully loaded gadget that can be a dream phone for any mobile phone freak. It is one of the best specified phones from N series range and has gone down very well in the mobile phone market.