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June 24, 2008

Nokia N78 Released for the US

by Darla Mack

01_nokian78_lowres As many have noticed today's announcement of the Nokia N78 coming to the US, it goes without saying that we finally got a kick-butt Nseries!

I've been waiting for the N78 since my first look in Barcelona.  After playing around with it for awhile (although I've recently had issues with the sound quality)  I'm glad that my suspicions about the FM transmitter have been confirmed. That is the one feature that I am really enjoying!!!

The Nokia N78 will be available at both the NYC and Chicago Flagship stores for $560.00.

I don't think the expression of the N78 couldn't have been better summed up than what was quoted by Bill Plummer in the press release:

"Offering the robust feature set expected from an Nseries device, the integration of these features with Nokia's new suite of Ovi services is what makes the Nokia N78 a perfect companion for a connected and mobile lifestyle," said William Plummer, Vice President of Go-to-Market for Nokia. "Whether using GPS to find my way across town, adding geotag information to the images I capture and upload to Share on Ovi, or using the FM transmitter to listen to my music collection through my car stereo, the Nokia N78 keeps me connected and entertained wherever I go."


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