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>> Hi, I'm Bonnie Cha, senior associate editor at CNET.com and today, we're taking a first look at the Nokia N75. This has been a hot little phone that people wanted and there are a couple of reasons why. It's the first 3D Simian Smart phone available through Cingular slash AT & T. And it has a ton of multimedia features. There's a 2 mega pixel camera on the back and you can also access Cingular music and Cingular video services. They even have external music controls here. And you can see a music player here on the external screen. The camera produces some crappy pictures, actually, which was a little disappointing for a 2 mega pixel camera. As far as design, it's a little bulky, but you do get a very nice screen here as well as a roomy keypad. Couple drawbacks about this phone, the top time battery life was only two and a half hours so that's pretty bad. Also, there's only a proprietary port for your headphones, so you have to use the included, well, you don't even get ear buds with this phone so that's another problem. We would have liked the 3.5 millimeter jack for a regular cell phone so you can use it. Otherwise, not a bad phone, it's really fast, good call quality. Its available now for about 300 dollars with a two year contract through Cingular, AT&T. I'm Bonnie Cha and this has been the Nokia N75.
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