Nokia N77 Mobile Phone Review
Nokia N77 is a high quality technological mobile phone with some features like Mobile TV, and multimedia features that gives it a feel of a computer. The mobile phone looks good with the design and features which also include the 3G connectivity.
The dimensions are 111mm x 50mm x 18.8mm and the phone weighs 114 gm. The design looks not so well built, but still fine when compared to few other designs of mobiles. The screen and viewing options are awesome, for TV and video viewing. The screen is diagonally 2.4″ and has a good resolution.
The phone comes with EDGE technology, which makes the connection speed triple than that of the GPRS connection. File transfer and data downloading is possible through Bluetooth technology and USB port connection. There is a mobile web browser and also a mini map integrated within the mobile phone, for web browsing.
Camera features are better than Nokia N70, N72 phones but still have the same 2 Megapixel camera. It has 16x digital zoom with a LED flash and some good options for photo editing effects. Video recording and image capture is good. The phone runs on Symbian S60 platform and games run on Java technology. The real player for music playing supports many audio formats and there is a visual radio options. The song being played in the radio is displayed, and the user can also be ripped into a CD.
The phone is loaded with Quickoffice for some applications and document viewing like Word, Powerpoint and pdf files. The internal memory of the phone is 20 MB and it can be expandable upto 2 GB with a MicroSD card.
The phone is at around $250-$300 with or without some accessories, and is worth the price.