Cingular Launches Nokia N75 Today
Apr 27, 2007, 8:01 AM by (staff)
The N75 is the first high-end, UMTS 3G, Symbian S60 3rd Edition smartphone to launch on AT&T's (Cingular's) network from Nokia. It features advanced controls for the 2 megapixel camera and music player. It offers a full Web browser, Bluetooth and memory card slot. The N75 has dual speakers for stereo music playback and with its DRM software it is compatible with a number of online music services, such as Yahoo Music. For AT&T and Nokia to finally offer it in the U.S. represents a first step in the two working to bring Nokia's more feature-packed phones to American consumers. It is available today for $200 after rebates.
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