We first caught wind of Nokia's N77 handset all the way back in February, but those in Finland should now be able to actually get their hands on it, with those in India and Vietnam set to follow later this month. The big selling point here is the handset's DVB-H mobile TV capabilities, which'll let you watch live TV from a variety of channels, with a program guide also provided to help you out. Otherwise, the phone (or "multimedia computer," as Nokia insists on calling it) packs a 2.4-inch widescreen display, a 2 megapixel camera, tri-band GSM / EDGE capabilities, and support for MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA media. While Nokia isn't saying as much in this latest announcement, last we heard the N77 would run you €370, or roughly $490.
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