This is another one of those rare ones! I can't quite think of why that is so, but the fact is, it is so! Nokia N76 was released after N80, around similar time to of N92 and N91. It is the only Symbian operated flip-smartphone. It is stylish, thin and fancy. Though it would be even better if the build quality lived up to it.
All the similar features to N73 and N80, except that it has a 2MP camera, and no wi-fi. It however, has a new media-and menu design, which is cool. The lazor-cut-like keypad is nice to see and feel. The outer screen is good for quick alerts and music controls. As mentioned previously, the quality is lacking and the chrome peels off easily as well as the shiny plastic casing, is prone to scratches and dents. A problematic handset, which somehow still holds the price, of around £150.
Intelligent inside, dynamic outside. The Nokia N76 is a revolution in one-touch technology. Shoot high-resolution images, play thousands of songs, and connect instantly to the web- without ever opening your device. Search and surf with advanced web navigation. The Nokia N76 is the multimedia computer that lets you do it all - and with personal color options, tempered glass, and mirrored steel, you'll stand out doing it.