The Nokia N72 is one of Nokia's high-end Nseries mobile phones, it is effectively a re-branded Nokia N70 with a reduced feature set. For an Nseries phone its features are quite limited, as it has only a 2MP camera, and lacks WiFi, 3G, and runs on Symbian 8.1. It does however have Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 via a Pop-Port.
The N72 is based upon the N70 and is actually a remake of the N70-5 but was redesigned and is targeted at the mass market just like its prior model the N70-5 by the removal of the 3G hardware, making it much cheaper. However, it retains the same edition of the Symbian OS as the N70, as well as a similar set of features.
The Nokia N72 is a feature-rich phone with a 2 megapixel camera, a built-in flash, FM radio, Bluetooth 2.0, digital music player functionality and support for 3D Java games.
It uses the S60 user-interface and the Symbian 8.1a operating system.It is available in two colors namely glossy black and pearl pink.You can also edit your still images or videos directly on your N72.You also get a color coded headset with your N72
The N72 does not take the standard RS-MMC card. It uses Dual Voltage Reduced Size MMC (DV-RS-MMC) which are also marketed as MMCmobile. While these cards have the same form factor as RS-MMC, the DV-RS-MMC have a second row of connectors on the bottom. Cards that claim to support 1.8V in addition to 3.0V work with the N72.
Candy Bar ("Monoblock")
Symbian OS (8.1a) + S60 Second Edition Feature Pack 3 (v2.8)
32-bit RISC CPU based on ARM-9 series, 220 MHz
Yes, class 10
Yes, class 10
TFT Matrix, 262 144 colours, 176x208 pixels
2.0 M.P with flash, 20x digital zoom
Yes, MIDP 2.0
Memory card slot
Yes, DV RS-MMC (sales package includes 128 MB card)