The ‘N’ family of Nokia is splitting at the seams. A new addition will mean the range has just got wider. As with all Nokia phones, rumors of the N79 had surfaced a year ago. And, the company has perhaps chosen the perfect time to phase out the N78 by launching this entertainment phone that looks strikingly similar to its predecessor. Available in the UK from September, the N79 will feature a 5 MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics, geo-tagging as well as dual LED-flash. The USP of the cellphone, though, is its customizable outfit. The company offers three smart covers along with the phone to suit personal tastes. Additional features include an FM Transmitter, 3.5mm headset connector and dedicated music keys.
And for the music buffs, the phone also offers direct access to the Nokia Music Store. The N79 will also feature Nokia Maps 2.0. Storage is taken care of by a 4GB microSD card that can be expanded up to 8GB.