Nokia N73 approved by the FCC

12 Jul 2006 | FCC , Nokia | 4 comments


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Looks like the Nokia N73 will be heading towards the United States pretty soon. After its announcement in Berlin, back in Aprili, the FCC today approved Nokia's candybar phone. First rumors of the N73 starting making waves just a month before the official announcement.

The Nokia N73 runs on Symbian 9.1 and Series 60 3rd Edition and it features a large 2.4 inch display a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and autofocus and Nokia XpressTransfer, which helps you organize and move your images and videos onto a PC.

The N73 also features a digital music player, FM radio, a VGA camera for video calling. Hopefully, we'll see it entering the US soon.

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~ 4 comments ~

by nokias on Jul 13, 2006

cool phone, but too expensive for me. I just can't afford it.

by ed on Jul 13, 2006

This is one sweet looking device but I won't give up my Nokia E61.

by ME! on Jul 15, 2006

how do you know its very expensive wha is the retail selling price?

by Michael on Jul 21, 2006

i think N73 is great but not as beautiful as N70 and 9500.