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Nokia N73 prices in Singapore

Most people think that Nokia phones are a thing of the past, and for the most part, they are. But it would be a mistake to think that Nokia phones have ever really gone away. Allow us to re-introduce the Nokia N73! Part of the ever-popular N series, the Nokia N73 is one of Nokia’s 3G enabled multimedia phones. Read more about the Nokia N73 here!

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Nokia N73 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 145,000
Vietnam VND 350,000

About Nokia N73 Singapore

Nokia N73 Singapore – Thought You’d Seen the Last of Me

Nowadays, phones with keypads are a thing of the past, and it’s rare to see anyone using a classic mobile phone. Even so, it comes as a surprise that there are still people that actually use the old Nokia classics and some that purchase Nokia phones as collectors’ items.

The N73 is one of those beloved Nokia mobiles that came right before the introduction of touchscreens, and as a result of that the N73 is a bit more advanced than the older Nokia phones, yet still maintains that classic Nokia touch.

Features and Uses

With only the traditional features of a mobile phone, the Nokia N73 is ideal for those looking for something simple to use or even for those that want a source of nostalgia for the good old days. Outfitted with the bare-minimum of mobile users, this phone comes with a simple camera function, a music player, phoning and texting options, and even an internet option, not to mention a myriad of other functions.

Basic Functions

If listening to music is a large part of your day, then this Nokia has you covered with a removable mini-SD card slot that lets you load all your favorite tunes in for daily listening. And if not for music, then keep all your photos and videos on your mini-SD card, photos and videos taken with the N73’s 3.2-megapixel digital camera that might be low in resolution, but functional nonetheless!

But of course, the main feature of the N73 would be its long-lived battery life, a single charge of this mobile would allow up to 4.1 hours of non-stop talk time and 350 hours of standby time.

Microsoft Enabled

Marketed in 2009 as a business phone, this Nokia classic has various Microsoft capabilities. Able to send emails, browse the internet, view Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel attachments, and even sync with your Microsoft Outlook account, enjoy the novelty of doing business on the N73 and be amazed by its functionality despite Nokia’s antiquated status.

Nokia N73 Singapore – Why Not Get the Nokia N73?

Surviving the true test of time, Nokia phones are still in use throughout the world. While most often use this phone out of sheer necessity, this mobile can be used as a supplementary phone for your smartphone at an incredibly affordable price so why not?

Sit back, relax, and play some snake, get the Nokia N73.

Expert Reviews

webuser.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-08-08
The battle to persuade you to put the internet into your pocket and carry it around with you is raging. The latest bait comes from 3, whose X-Series ties a handful of popular online services together with a Nokia N73 phone capable of running the requi...
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brighthub.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-20
The Nokia N73 is a vast improvement over its predecessor the N70 and considered to be one of the greatest inventions of its time. The N73 takes better pics, has better speakers, is faster and it looks good. Flaunting functionality and astounding camer...
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cgena.com
Reviewed on 2010-04-21
that is how I can describe Nokia's . One of the first phones that offers real quality imaging. The is a quadband (GSM 850/900/1800/1900; WCDMA 2100) that has a solid construction that's available in two stylish color schemes: Silver/deep plum and fr...
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Phones.com
Reviewed on 2008-04-11
The Nokia N73 is without doubt an imaging masterpiece and is definitely a strong contender for the number one imaging handset on the market. With a high quality screen and excellent photographic technology the N73 surpasses the previous best imaging ha...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2008-01-01
3G, 3.2 mega pixel camera, 2.4 inch screenVerdict: A phone that feels good in the hand whilst featuring loads of fab features
Nokia’s N73 is the follow up to the popular N70. It is a very capable phone that makes light of all the goodies inside by coming in a pretty plain, ‘candybar’ style casing.The N73 has a huge front screen measuring 2.4 inches corner to corner, and a sma...
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about.com
Reviewed on 2007-09-17
The cameras flash is powerful enough to actually make a difference when taking a picture in a darker area. Thats a change, considering that on many other phones, the flash is too weak to make a significant difference, The 3.2Megapixel camera takes decent......The earpiece is absolutely too weak. Even at the maximum setting, the output volume was not enough to comfortably hold a conversation, even in a lownoise area. That was a perpetual annoyance, The speakerphones output volume also wasnt very strong, a prob......
Hardware & Design Quality Pros: Sturdy and durable design. Excellent and strong camera back cover. Relatively lightweight for its size. Cons: The keypad is below average. Keys are slightly too small for comfortable dialing and the side menu keys are no...
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techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2007-08-27
I haven’t owned a Nokia since the 8260 and that was a very long time ago. I didn’t have a problem with it, but I did have a problem with AT&T wireless being bought out by Cingular. Does anyone remember a time when incoming text messages were F...
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smh.com.au
Reviewed on 2007-06-04
If youre tempted by Threes new flat-price X-Series mobile internet service youll almost certainly be in the market for a new mobile phone to go with it. Thats because only a handful of phones are compatible with the particular ...
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gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2007-05-21
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2007-05-09
Nokia N73 Review Posted on: May 09, 2007 While aesthetics are subjective, I would argue that the N73 is a good looking phone. It seems many others would agree, as the device was met with many “oohs” and “aahs” when I pulled it out...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2007-04-18
3-megapixel camera. Small and light. Large, high-res screen for the size.No Wi-Fi or 3G. Relatively long shutter lag. Bit of a hiss on music.
With a double dose of Euro-cool, the Nokia N73 is in many ways a notch above other petite cell phones. This stylish little candy-bar handset has decent smartphone power and one of the best cameras Ive seen on a cell phone yet. ...
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Smartdevicecentral.com
Reviewed on 2007-04-18
With a double dose of Euro-cool, the Nokia N73 is in many ways a notch above other petite cell phones. This stylish little candy-bar handset has decent smartphone power and one of the best cameras Ive seen on a cell phone yet. SLIDESHOW (6) | The li...
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Mobile88.com
Reviewed on 2007-03-27
Mines a silver and plum grey model. It looks quite nice, has the metallic feel about it and it doesnt feel cheap. The plum grey backing is made up of an interesting material, on close examination, I realised its similiar material that was used on th...
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nokia-review.com
Reviewed on 2007-03-15
The latest from the Nokia Nseries line delivers great photography on a multimedia computer. The latest Nokia N73 combines a high-quality camera with Internet capabilities on a huge screen. It’s a fact of life - inspiration can come at any time. Get...
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smartphonetoday.com
Reviewed on 2007-02-21
When you go shopping for a mobile phone these days, almost every device you come across - except perhaps for freebie or the most entry-level models - includes some sort of built-in camera. And while certainly useful, most phone-integrated cameras are ...
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pdastreet.com
Reviewed on 2007-02-21
When you go shopping for a mobile phone these days, almost every device you come across - except perhaps for freebie or the most entry-level models - includes some sort of built-in camera. And while certainly useful, most phone-integrated cameras are n...
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3g.co.uk
Reviewed on 2007-02-06
Nokia’s new understated cameraphone Nokia tries a lot of variety with its handset design, and in some cases pushes at the outer edges of what we might think of as a mobile phone. The company also, though, works with the more traditional approach, a...
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avecmobile.com
Reviewed on 2007-01-01
3.2 megapixel (2048x1536) digital camera with Carl Zeiss autofocus lens. Focus range from 4 inch/10 cm to infinity. Theres no optical zoom. A good flash for a camera phone and the option to adjust many image exposure attributes bo...
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mobi101.com
Reviewed on 2007-01-01
Nokia N73When you go shopping for a mobile phone these days, almost every device you come across - except perhaps for freebie or the most entry-level models - includes some sort of built-in camera. And while certainly useful, most phone-integrated came...
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phonedog.com
Reviewed on 2006-12-11
Sometimes I wonder what the mobile phone industry would be like if each manufacturer was limited to, say, five new releases per year. Ideally theyd be forced to divvy up their wares into clearly defined segments and make one exemplary model per segme...
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