Nokia N78

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July 5, 2008 by yogi2raj

The latest phone to be launched in India by the Finnish manufacturer Nokia is the new Nokia N78. It is a smartphone which is packed with plethora of features like a 3-megapixel autofocus camera, Symbian OS, GPS receiver, Wi-Fi, Navi wheel and FM transmitter. These features and more make the N78 a worthy successor to the popular N73.
The Nokia N78 sure looks good. It measures in at 113x49x15.1mm and weighs in at 101.8g. This might seem like a little big and heavy, but please consider the number of features that this cell phone has and all this size and bulk will make sense. It has a 2.4″ display that has QVGA resolution and shows upto 16M colors. The picture quality of the display is brilliant, while the brightness and contrast is impressive as well.
The D-pad is one of the best that Nokia has ever produced; it functions brilliantly. The keypad on the other hand leaves a lot to be desired, mainly because of the knobs which are way too tiny. Also, there are no borders of any kind between the keys within the same row. However, with a stand-by time of 320 hours and more than 4 hours of talktime, the N78 is sure to go miles when it comes to battery backup.
The N78 has a 3-megapixel autofocus camera which sports some significant changes as compared to the N82. The settings are quite extensive – there are separate settings for manual white balance and ISO sensitivity and this includes exposure compensation as well, apart from settings for contrast and sharpness. There are various other effects that one can use while taking pictures. To store all those pictures and videos that you shoot, the N78 comes with a 2GB memory card, apart from having 70MB of onboard memory.
Nokia has improved its N-series mobile phones with the launch of Nokia N78. It has not actually improved the hardware, rather it has innovated the software area of the phone. The most obvious and noticeable change is the camera experience that has improved quite a lot and now offers better PC sync support and much better online sharing.

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