AT&T has just launched the Nokia N75 after many delays. As we prevoiusly
reported, the phone is the first N-Series device to support
US W-CDMA frequencies (850/1900) with both UMTS and HSDPA support.
The fully packed Series 60 smart device features a QVGA display with a
depth of 16 million colors, Blutetooth 2.0 with A2DP stereo audio (with
a firmware update, not available on phone currently), media player,
external music controls, Windows Media DRM support, support for
Cingular Music, Video, Napster and Yahoo! Music, 2.0 megapixel camera with
video recorder (8x zoom for video) and 10x zoom (for still images),
quadband GSM/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900), voice dialing /voice command
support and stereo speakers with stereo speakerphone.
The phone is available now online for $249.99 with a $50 mail in rebate
bringing the total to $199.99 after signing a 2 year agreement.
Update: It seems AT&T has underestimated demand for the phone as the product page lists the device as “Temporarily Out of Stock”, while others are reporting being able to place orders normally.
Update 2: Like the CU500v, the phone will launch in all channels starting May 4th (Friday)