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Published on Nov 14, 2007
N76 is definitely a capable multimedia device. It is; however, a win and a loss.
Its design is a win—having a really classy look; a loss, for it is also the place where Nokia made the biggest design mistake, allowing the headphone jack to prevent the folder from opening properly. It gives the user an option to use any 3.5mm headphones instead of the proprietor kind. But it loses a stereo Bluetooth. It is such an amusement that the cover display is well-implemented. But having a mirrored outer layer means bracing yourself from frequent cleaning of prints and smudges.
Getting down to the N76's flaws, flipping it open is a real pain. Nokia tried to put the music abilities of the phone into the limelight by etching corresponding captions on the dedicated music keys externally. However, claiming itself a title such as "music centric" is hardly bearable. It has far-below-average lifetime in music playback mode because battery life.... (cont. on www.eReview.ph)