Nokia N77

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Nokia N77[1]
ManufacturerNokia
Availability by region2007
PredecessorNokia N72
SuccessorNokia N78
RelatedNokia N73
Form factorCandybar
Mass114 g
Operating systemSymbian OS v9.1, S60 3rd Edition
CPUFreescale 220 MHz
Memory20 MB
Removable storagemicroSD
Data inputsKeypad
Display240 x 320 pixels, 2.4", 16M Colors
Rear camera2.0 megapixel, LED flash
Front cameraCIF Video Call Camera
ConnectivityBluetooth, Micro USB, SMS, MMS, Wi-Fi

The Nokia N77 is a 3G smartphone from Nokia, introduced on 12 February 2007 and released in June 2007.[2] It runs on Symbian 9.1 (S60 3rd Edition). The N77's specs were somewhat basic compared with most Nseries devices at the time, but it included a DVB-H television tuner. As stated in Nokia's press release, the N77 was designed as a low-cost mobile TV to accelerate DVB-H adoption.[3] Sporting a candybar design similar to the N73, it was the company's second DVB-H device after the N92, though it did have a smaller screen.[4] The N77 was thus only available in limited DVB-H markets and are now hard to come by.

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