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Like the Samsung U740 on Verizon, AT&T's Nokia N75 is a workhorse that's been kicking around for a good, long while now. It's a serviceable S60 device -- the very first released with North American UMTS, in fact -- but it's lived its useful shelf life at this point and probably should be put ou

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We've received some information detailing phones that AT&T apparently plans to launch in the not-too-distant future; we don't even have dates or prices just yet, but a few of these are juicy enough so that we thought we'd pass it along anyhow. Samsung looks to be launching the A117 \"Jayhawk\" and

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If a $200 Nokia N75 doesn't get you worked into a lather, perhaps a $100 N75 will. That's what AT&T seems to be hoping anyway, having just reduced the price of its shining beacon of 3G S60 glory down to a single hundie. Also benefitting from the price cuts is the Motorola KRZR K1, falling to the

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For a company that tends to concentrate on candybars and the occasional slider for its smartphone stable, a double shot of S60 flips in the American market is pretty much a bumper crop -- and that's exactly what Nokia's delivering, officially announcing its own availability of the N75 and the N76 t

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For a company that tends to concentrate on candybars and the occasional slider for its smartphone stable, a double shot of S60 flips in the American market is pretty much a bumper crop -- and that's exactly what Nokia's delivering, officially announcing its own availability of the N75 and the N76 t

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Carry around a little piece of history in your pocket, the recently-launched Nokia N75. And no, we don't mean it's an ancient phone -- far from it, in fact. The N75 makes history as the first S60 handset (and the first Nokia, period) with American 3G to see launch. Features include QVGA internal an

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Unlike some of the phones we test, the Nokia N75 elicits... well, very little response whatsoever from passers-by. After all, it's certainly not going to win any awards for its stunning beauty or its size -- save those for the not-for-US-consumption N76 -- but be that as it may, the N75 is a very s

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Sorry for the emotional rollercoaster, AT&T subscribers; we know it's been a rough week. Happily, the LG CU500v (AT&T's first Video Share phone) and Nokia N75, both anticipated devices in their own right, are finally on sale. No, seriously. Check out the links below if you don't believe us.

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Hard to believe we had to wait until 2007, but here we are, finally able to say Symbian, 3G, and US all in the same sentence. Even after last week's misfire launch of the N75, Nokia's uber-hot flip phone made its way into our grubby hands under more legitimate circumstances than last time. Knowing

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Hard to believe we had to wait until 2007, but here we are, finally able to say Symbian, 3G, and US all in the same sentence. Even after last week's misfire launch of the N75, Nokia's uber-hot flip phone made its way into our grubby hands under more legitimate circumstances than last time. Knowing

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Field tidbits from Engadget's mobile insider, the Boy Genius.Did you know that AT&T plans on marketing the N75 to males and females ages 25 to 45? Or that said individuals should be \"spontaneous and fun\"? Personally, we think that North America's first 3G-compatible S60 device suits 18 year old

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Seriously, AT&T, stop playing with our emotions like this. Either you have the N75 available for sale or you don't -- but please, none of this wishy washy \"we'll put it up for a little while, then remember that we still don't have any to sell and pull it from the site\" business. For a phone thi

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Hard to believe the day's finally come, but that thing you're looking at is actually Nokia's long, long, freaking long-delayed N75 3G Symbian smartphone. Here. As in, here in America, on AT&T. You don't really need us to tell you what it is (ok, well, if you do: it's got a 2 megapixel camera, P

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Hard to believe the day's finally come, but that thing you're looking at is actually Nokia's long, long, freaking long-delayed N75 3G Symbian smartphone. Here. As in, here in America, on AT&T. You don't really need us to tell you what it is (ok, well, if you do: it's got a 2 megapixel camera,

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Word on the street now has the hotly-anticipated Nokia N75 -- the first phone out of Espoo with UMTS 850 and 1900 in tow, not to mention the first new S60 device officially launched on an American network in quite some time -- should finally hit streets in April. The bad news? The delays appear to h

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So, first the good news: a recent market pricing document from AT&T shows that the N75 is still in the cards. Now, the bad: it's anybody's guess when it might finally get around to launching. Said document simply (and ominously) shows \"Launch Delay\" in the N75's row, indicating that S60 fans co

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Introduction of the N76 has tempered our desire for the Nokia N75 a bit, but that doesn't mean it won't still be the fastest darned clamshell smartphone in Cingular's lineup when it finally gets around to launching. Granted, the one getting passed around at CES is unbranded, but let's be honest: Ci

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Cingular's rebate forms are about as accurate at predicting the carrier's releases as weathermen are at predicting blizzards, but nevertheless, there are several juicy tidbits in the latest form (dated November 5 to December 30, 2006) worth pointing out. First up, the Samsung ZX30 and LG CU400 mak

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Those among us impatiently waiting for the Nokia N75, Cingular's S60 3rd Edition clamshell with UMTS, might bide their time perusing the just-published docs over at the FCC's site. Among the goodies are internal photos (which should hopefully prevent an overly-curious buyer or two from tearing thei

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Being the only scheduled-for-release Nokia device with UMTS 850 / 1900 on board, it didn't take an industry insider to venture a guess that the N75 was on the fast track to US release. Neither, then, did it take a lot of brainpower to take a stab at the carrier, seeing how we've only got one around

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