what's especially funny is all the nokia fanboys who complain about too much razr everytime motorola unveils a new variant.
with KRZR it was: another tired razr?
with RAZR maxx it was: ugh, more razr? when will it end?
now nokia has copied the design to a tee. motorola will be so flattered they might take RAZR into 2015.
Someone here said that " Motorola Wearing Nokia Clothes ". but Actually it is " Nokia Wearing MOTORAZR MAXX clothes if mobile Flip's open & when it Close wearing BENQ-SIEMENS EF-81's Clothes "
very very stylish and all in one phone.
"extend your life" for every thing
I love this cell fone but nokia company copy the brand from motorola. :P Shammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
still no improvement in battery life...
instead, it getting bigger & robust....
If you paste the link below into your web browser and a hyphen appears between the 7 and 6, delete it. (Sometimes this happens and you may get an error). It should be n76 not n7-6.
To see this phone in action check it out here
video recording at 30fps WITH digital zoom will take time to slim down. As far as optical zoom is concerned in still imaging, Samsung already claimed to make a module 9mm thick, that has 3mp resolution and 3x optical zoom. I'm sure, soon it will be implemented.
To Kal: what about video recording(VGA at 30fps) with optical zoom. There is no way you can achieve it with a slim profile phone. Form does compromise function.
dis is a nice colour for a phone..but..itz a bit stiff..the overall is a bit too square,.so it looks stiff..
when you buy a slim phone you DON'T necessarily make compromises on function...its mostly the battery life.
If I look at Samsung D900 which is only 12.9mm thick and comes with 3.2mp autofocus cam. Or Z720 which is 13.8mm thick but comes with HSDPA along with 3.2mp cam.
The fact is Nokia is just a new born in slim phones and it will take them sometime to put those things. Atleast Nokia could have paid some time on design, but sadly they didnt.
at steve j:
and yes this phone doesn have autofocus
N76 - wow, this phone i think will be the next top seller
so slick and looks so pretty
These phone are compromise of tech and design (well for moto at least).
If you want a really high tech phone, go for the bricks.
But to say that its not hight tech is wrong. Tech is not just whats inside the phone.
Mr or Mrs PxvC can you tell me the significance of the Nvidia Goforce 4800 chip?? You guys should remember that when you buy a slim phone you make compromises on function. Neither the N76 or the Razr maxx v6 have a 3.2 megapixel camera (needed to print photos). Neither have a Xenon flash(needed for dim-light photography). Neither have video recording to VGA(30fps) standard. Neither have WLAN. Yet they both pretend to be cutting edge devices. The truth is the slim form has compromised function. If you want technical marvels, look elsewhere.