The Nokia N73 Music Edition takes the previously released Nokia N73 and adds some additional music and multimedia capabilities. The Nokia N73 is part of the N series of smart phones all running the Symbian operating system. The phone features a 3.2 mpx camera and a 2.4" QVGA color screen running at a 240 x 320 resolution.
- 3.2 megapixel (2048x1536) digital camera with Carl Zeiss autofocus lens. No optical zoom.
- Camera phone includes a flash and image exposure settings
- Video recorded in MP4 and 3GP formats. Up to 352x288 pixel resolution @ 15 fps
- 3G WCDMA/UMTS (WCDMA 2100) and quadband GSM mobile network coverage (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz bands).
- 2.4 inch color screen with 240x320 pixel resolution (QVGA). The screen can show up to 262,144 colors.
- Polyphonic and MP3 ringtones.
- Supports AAC, MP3, and WMA tracks.
- Built-in stereo FM radio.
- Stereo speakers built in the unit
- RealPlayer multimedia software can play videos and movies in H.263 and MPEG4 format.
- productivity: E-mail (POP3 and IMAP4), web browser supporting HTML and XHTML, calendar, document viewer for Word, Excel and PDF files.
- Bluetooth 2.0 and infrared wireless connectivity.
- USB cable for syncing with a PC. Drag and drop music on to the player
- MiniSD memory card slot. 42MB of internal phone memory.
- Operating system Symbian OS version 9.1 with S60 3rd Edition software. The device can also run Java MIDP 2.0 applications.
The Music Edition of the N73 smart phone includes a firmware upgrade, a new look, some accessories, and a dedicated "Media" key not included on the original version.
- upgraded firmware that includes Windows Media visualizations (spectrum, oscilliscope)
- album art
- includes 2 GB MiniSD memory card
- includes AD-41 adapter for plugging in standard 1/8 " (3.5 mm) headphones with built-in playback controls
The N73 Music Edition was first available in the last quarter of 2006 and retailed for around $900, however you can probably find it for around $420.