At CES 2007, we take a look at the razor-thin Nokia N76 smart phone.
At CTIA Wireless 2007, CNET's Bonnie Cha takes a look at the Nokia N76 that is not only a sleek music phone, but a productivity device as well.
Nokia says it will bring to the Nokia N95 and Nokia N76 to the United States.
Photo gallery of the Nokia N76 smart phone.
When you think of sleek and sexy cell phones or smart phones, chances are you probably don't think of Nokia. However, the Nokia N76 certainly changes that perception, with its sleek profile and red-hot color. Yet, despite its cool looks, this Symbian "multimedia computer" isn't all that it's cracked up to be. Check out the photos and review here.
Nokia announces the slim Nokia N76 multimedia computer.
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Nokia's CES offerings include the slim N76 and the smaller N93i. There's also the perplexing N800, an Internet tablet that follows in the dusty footsteps of the 770
Nokia unveiled three new N series "multimedia computers" on the first day of CES 2007, two of which are phones, the other being an Internet Tablet that may never see the light of day in Australia.
We've got pictures of a hot adaptation of 'Dance Dance Revolution', photos of the sleek and shiny Nokia N76, and shots of the HTC Touch, a potential rival to the iPhone.