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  • The Nokia N75 is a phone for AT&T and I thought it was a decent phone and offered him basically everything that you could ask for out of a phone
  • This was one of the first phones to do this and I enjoyed the look of this phone because it blends nicely into the face of the phone and cannot be seen when it is not in use
  • This is something I found to be simple and easy because you did not have to click through the phone
  • You could use set it so that it launches things like artist related links which is nice because it gives each person a different experience

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      The Nokia N75 is a phone for AT&T and I thought it was a decent phone and offered him basically everything that you could ask for out of a phone. The phone is very bulky and weights three pounds which I did not like, it looks exactly like a digital camera because of the fact that it has a standard lens on the back exactly as you would find on a camera and this was a positive for me. This is what set the phone apart from other phones to me because of the fact that it fashioned itself as a professional looking camera style phone. The face of the phone included

      a large LCD screen, which allowed you to see on the inside of your phone with a simple click of the side button which I liked. This was one of the first phones to do this and I enjoyed the look of this phone because it blends nicely into the face of the phone and cannot be seen when it is not in use. Also, below the screen you find music controls, which can be used to control all of the music, which you have stored on the phone. This is something I found to be simple and easy because you did not have to click through the phone.

      This is nice because you are not required to open the phone to actually start playing a song or stopping it, which I thought, was very nice. You can also use these keys to take a picture of yourself with one click of the button. You can scroll through your email box with these buttons and also the calendar. The keypad is reflective and flat which looks great and it does not trap dirt which was nice but I did not like the fact that the keys were so flat because of the fact that it made it very hard to dial since I did not know when I had pushed a button. One thing I ...


      • AT&T Nokia N75 Phone
      liked about this phone is that you could customize it so that when you hit the play button it will display things like the media player or allow you to compose messages without requiring additional input, which is nice. You could use set it so that it launches things like artist related links which is nice because it gives each person a different experience. The phone works on 3G, which is a lot faster than the previous EDGE system that the provider usually operates on.

      The phone includes its own browser button, which I found to be nice because it had better connection times than the company browser and it keeps your browser

      history, which allows you to move back, and fourth quickly which is nicely. The camera allows for you to adjust the light and settings before taking a picture and you can set the flash to take a picture at a pre determined time. Once you take a picture you can zoom and rotate before you send the images to your friends. It has a talk time of 4 hours, which is decent, and voice quality was good. However, it uses the 3G networks but the call quality does not show it. The reception is usually bad and very difficult to hear because of the static produced. All around a decent phone though if you have AT&T already.




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