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Nokia opens up on N75 multimedia flipper

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In addition to the phones announced earlier today, Nokia also unveiled the N75 in New York. This S60 phone has front mounted music controls and an external 1.36 in (160 x 128 pixel) display which allows you to control your music playback without having to open the flip. The N75 will play back MP3, M4A, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA files and also has a built in FM radio.

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Open the flip and you are greeted by a 2.4 in LCD display with QVGA (320 x 240) display. Around the back is a 2 Megapixel camera which will shoot video at CIF (352 x 288) resolution at 15fps. The built in user accessible memory comes in at 40MB and more memory can be added by a microSD card slot.

The N75 is a quad band GSM/3G phone with support for EDGE, and it operates on 850/1900 MHz for 3G and 850/900/1800/1900 MHz for GSM. It measures 95 x 52 x 20 mm (H x W x D) and weighs in at 123.5 grams. It also features a USB 2.0 Pop-Port connection for PC synchronisation as well as Bluetooth 2.0 and infra red.

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The N75 should be available in the US in Q4 this year. ®

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