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Monday, February 05, 2007

Nokia N73 Sim Free mobile Phone Reviews

Nokia N73 Sim Free Mobile Phone Review
Nokia N73 is not just a mobile phone but a consummate gadget which offers unlimited possibilities to explore. Carrying on the tradition of Nokia N-series mobile phones of being feature rich, the handset is sure to tempt you to buy one. Imaging is the USP of this camera phone but the manufacturer has also made sure to offer you complete mobility by packing other features.

An integrated 3.2-megapixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss optics provides you with optimized imaging capabilities. With such imaging features freeze those defined moments in life and linger into your memories whenever you wish to. To help you click easily and effortlessly, the digital camera is supported by an active tool bar interface. The handset also provides dedicated controls for various functions including image capturing, zoom and review.

Your Nokia N73 comes with some superb music and multimedia features as with any other member of Nokia N-series. An in-built music player with stereo speakers helps you enjoy all your favourite music. Create your own play-lists either by transferring music from your personal computer or by downloading directly from the Internet. The Nokia Music Manager allows you to transfer all your favourite songs to your mobile phone and manage them in the best possible way. Being a Blue tooth compatible device, you can also connect your handset wirelessly and transfer songs, videos from your other Bluetooth equipped handsets.

The Nokia N73 mobile phone is getting good reviews and qualified praise from all corners. The handset is available in almost every mobile shop. You can find them in contract as well as PAYG services. The mobile phone is also available as Nokia N73 Sim free package. Nokia N73 Sim free mobile phone helps you choose network of your choice and brings flexibility.

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