Nokia 6760 Review
The Finnish giant announced the new Nokia 6760, a device optimized for messaging and features a sliding QWERTY keyboard.
Ideal for people who want to connect mobile, the Nokia 6760 Slide offers a quick and easy access to social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace or Twitter as well as e-mail account Ovi Mail, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Windows Live Hotmail and thousands of other email providers.
The Nokia 6760, as well as integrated messaging services, also offers other useful features such as Form A-GPS with maps and points of interest in 3D. Nokia 6760 is a device designed for multitasking: in addition to the normal function call, you can send it tweet, email, instant messages, share content online, surf the internet and listening to music.
To set an existing e-mail on the Nokia 6760 is only need to enter your email address and password, the Push e-mail is available through the Nokia Messaging. The Nokia 6760 also allows the use of Instant Messaging without the need for a computer, the device allows it access to the solutions of the Google Talk instant messaging and Windows Live Messenger.
As one can easily see, the Nokia 6760 is the European variant of the Nokia Surge for the U.S. market.
Dualband EGSM Quadband and WCDMA / HSDPA 3.6 Mbps, the Nokia 6760 find the operating system Symbian S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2, a screen 2.4-inch QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) with 16 million displayable colors, camera 3.2-megapixel camera (compared with 2 MP Nokia Surge), 120 MB of internal memory expandable with microSD cards (a 2 GB is included in the sales package) and a BP-4L 1500 mAh which provides a range of 400 hours of standby or 4.7 hours of talk time.
Initially, the 6760 Slide will be proposed in Black color, but in the coming months will also be introduced variants White and Red.
The Nokia 6760 size 97.6 x 58 x 15.6, weighs 124 grams and will be available during the third quarter of 2009 for a price around 199 euros.