Sunday, March 18, 2007

Nokia 77

Nokia has launched another Symbian OS 60 series phone with DVBH enabled technology, seems to be quiet a cool phone.. have a look at pics and video of the phone

Nokia N77 Key Features

.Watch real live TV based on DVB-H on the go
.Wide 2,4”QVGA screen with up to 16 M colors
.Mobile TV application for selection, purchase and consumption of TV programs
.Replay of TV programs
.Set reminders via the Program Guide
.Enjoy TV and music with high quality stereo speakers
.Take up to around 1500songs with you on a optional up to 2GB memory card

Its the 3GSM World Congress in Spain & Finland and Nokia has 5 new offerings including the exciting N77 a phone and multimedia computer that offers Live TV on demand.

Of course you'll need an operator that supports DVB-H technology (and there ain't a lot) for you to get Live TV to work. According to, Digital Video Broadcasting (Handheld) has currently been launched in Albania, Italy, the US and believe it or not Vietnam. Finland, France, Russia, and Spain are following suit this year.

If you are one of the countries listed above than you can enjoy Live TV on the Nokia N77 phone's 2.4-inch QVGA screen. Built-in software also allows you to select and purchase TV programs for replay later on.

The phone is also a digital music player with support for the popular MP3, AAC, and WMA formats and comes with FM radio all of which you can enjoy via the built-in stereo speakers or bundled stereo headset.

The Nokia N77 is shaped like the Nokia 73 but appearance wise looks a bit more serious (or boring depending on how you look at it) with a plain coat of black on its front.

Also in front is one of two integrated cameras (this one for video calls) the other on its back is a 2 megapixel camera with 16x digital zoom.

The phone can story up to 2GB on an optional microSD card, otherwise it comes built in with 20MB of internal memory. Nokia hasn't announced yet how big a card it is bundling with the device.

The Nokia N77 phone is compatible with 3G, EDGE and GSM (triband) networks and runs on Symbian OS S60 3rd Edition.

Watch the video here

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