The Nokia 6760 is an impressive handset packed with functionality

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The Nokia 6760 is a relatively new released handset from Nokia. Incorporating a wide variety of useful technology as well as a full QWERTY keyboard, this handset offers portability and accessibility all in one useful package. The handset comes with a raft of features which include satellite navigation as well as internet access.

One of the key elements of this handset is its full QWERTY keyboard, which is located behind the main screen and simply slides out to provide landscape data entry. The screen itself is an impressive TFT display screen, which comes with an accelerometer sensor for auto rotation of imagery dependent upon the orientation of the screen and a turn to mute option. The screen is colourful in nature due to its ability to display up to 16 million colours within its 2.4 inch screen size.

The Nokia 6760 slide also incorporates a wide variety of connectivity options which include class 32 versions of both GPRS and EDGE, whilst the HSDPA connection provides internet access. In addition microUSB and Bluetooth, both of which are version 2.0 are also incorporated into the handset. The phone's internal memory is 120 MB, with the bonus of a 2 GB card included with most packages. For further memory expansion, utilising the microSD card slot allows up to 16 GB of memory storage.

The handset utilises the Symbian operating system, which is renowned for being a stable operating system. The package also includes a speakerphone and 2.5 mm audio jack integrated within the unit. An MP4/MP3 player offers downloadable music and video file playing capability, whilst the FM stereo radio with RDS, provides an alternative to downloaded music files.

Additional software included within the phone includes a photo editor, which provides the means to edit photos whilst on the move. The camera included within the package is a 3.15 mega pixel camera that incorporates enhanced fixed focus capability. For those who prefer video, QVGA quality video at 15 frames per second can be recorded with the aforementioned camera. The package also includes a secondary camera.

The Nokia 6760 , which is also known as the slide, is an impressively comprehensive handset that offers something for everyone. Since its initial inception, rave reviews have contributed to its success and justifiably so.

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