Snapshot by Brad Kellett on Tuesday April 25, 2006.
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One of a trio of new Nseries devices announced by Nokia from Berlin today, the N72 is an interesting addition to the manufacturer's multimedia handset range. With a size slightly smaller than the N70, the Nokia N72 is one of the smallest Nseries devices announced to date.
With a feature set similar to the N70, though with the absence of 3G technology, the Nokia N72 includes a 2.0 megapixel camera, 2.1" 262k color display, and 20MB of internal memory with RS-MMC expansion. The Symbian/S60 based device is also one of the first from Nokia to support direct uploading to Flickr, a web-based photo sharing service, from the handset's Camera and Gallery applications.
The Nokia N72 will hit the market during June this year, and will be available in both a gloss black or pearl pink finish.
|Specifications for the Nokia N72|
|Size||108.8mm x 53.3mm x 17.5mm (4.28" x 2.09" x 0.68")|
|Battery Life||260 hours standby time|
|3.5 hours talk time|
|Main Display||2.1" 262k color TFT LCD, 176x208 pixel resolution|
|Camera||Yes, 2.0 megapixel|
|Video||Video capture/playback at CIF (352x288 pixel) resolution, 15fps|
|Memory||20MB internal memory, RS-MMC expansion|
Brad Kellett writes for MobileBurn from his home outside of Sydney, Australia.