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Nokia N75 hands-on


May 3, 2007, 1:08 PM
Hard to believe we had to wait until 2007, but here we are, finally able to say Symbian, 3G, and US all in the same sentence. Even after last week's misfire launch of the N75, Nokia's uber-hot flip phone made its way into our grubby hands under more legitimate circumstances than last time. Knowing how slim HTC made the Star Trek, it's hard to call the N75 anything but a little chunky, but besides having, you know, 3G, it's got a few other things going for it: we really dug the classy black, copper-flecked finish, but crack it open and it's got a very spacious keypad and large bright screen (littered with Cingular app-swag). We took a ton of shots of this thing, including some size comparison's to Nokia's other Cingular handset, the E62, as w...

May 3, 2007, 10:28 PM
So on the website they showed the 2.5 or 3.5 jack being used correct or what the adapter hiding to make it look like you you get the jack?
Also do this phone have a latch you have to push to open up the phone like the one flip phone I keep hearing about? Just didn't know what the black ridge long button was used for??? Thanks

May 3, 2007, 11:22 PM
The Nokia 6126 has the option to push a button to open the phone (hang on to the phone or else it can launch out of your hand). The N75 has no such button. Being a heavier phone, if it did, the phone would flip to the floor every other time you opened it!

I have checked out every orfus and crack on my N75, and can find no place to plug in headphones except through the famous pop-port (no adapter included).

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