Nokia launches N78

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Mobile handset major Nokia today launched the premium multimedia sub-brand, 'Nokia N78', under its Nokia N series in India.

The handset, which is the slimmest of Nseries devices, has 2.4 inch screen, high-speed connectivity via WLAN and HSPDA 3.5G, and a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics for great image quality.

The highlight of the N78 is the 'Location Tagger" application, which automatically tags location data to the picture -- allowing users to save pictures by date as well as by geographical coordinates.


Additionally, N78 enables consumers to take full advantage of a suite of Nokia services, including the Nokia Maps and integrated A-GPS. It is expected to retail for approximately Rs 19,999, a company release said here.

It also features location-tagging, which merges camera functionality and A-GPS to not only share pictures but also the places where they were taken. Users can now store all information about locations they visit using an image and share it online with the world. It also allows the fusion of music, camera and internet, enabling users to generate content right from the palms of their hands.

N78 is the first Nokia device to come with widgets enabled by Web Runtime technology. Combining the power of mobile with the power of the Internet, widgets, such as Weatherbug and RSS feed reader. It allows consumers to get quick and easy access to their favorite web content.

Today, widgets can be downloaded through Download! and MOSH, a mobile content distribution platform, the release added.

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