Nokia has introduced the Nokia N75, its smallest multimedia computer, offering digital music playback, quality photography, telephony and internet communication. The Nokia N75 provides a complete multimedia experience in a thin clamshell design.
The digital music player has easy controls on the cover of the device, and the reflective 1.36" color cover display guides users through their your music. The device supports MP3, M4A, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA, and the digital music player includes an equalizer, playlist, shuffle and repeat.
The PC-mobile synchronization redirects favorite tunes straight to the Nokia N75, which can store up to 1,500 individual tracks on an optional 2GB microSD card. In addition to playing downloaded music and ripped cds, the Nokia N75 also includes a stereo FM radio. Playback is through headphones or the integrated 3D stereo speakers.
A dedicated camera key on the Nokia N75 brings access to a built-in digital camera, which provide ready to print 2-megapixel (1600 x 1200 pixels) photos. Users can take advantage of up to 16x digital zoom, an integrated flash LED, and files in JPEG/EXIF format.
Also available with the phone is the Nokia Web Browser, supporting the device's 320 x 240 pixels colour screen. The browser enables RSS feeds, and the phone also provides communication through SMS, MMS and e-mail services.
Designed to work on 3G (WCDMA 850/1900 MHz), EDGE and GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) networks, the Nokia N75 is expected to be available initially in the US during the fourth quarter of 2006.