Nokia N72 Black - Review: Newest addition to the Nokia N Series is the N72, a multimedia computer packed with features and encased in a sleek design. Featuring a 2 mega pixel camera and multimedia player with an integrated flash, video recording, dedicated capture and music keys and a built-in FM Radio with Visual Radio support, the N72 is most definitely a fully compact package. With the dedicated music keys, this means that you can access saved music tracks at the touch of a button and with the Nokia Music Manager you can create playlists, record from CD's and update your N72 with your favourite tracks. The N72 is a symbian series 60 handset with a 2.1 inch 176 x 208 pixel screen display in 262,000 colours giving it high definition. Although similar in looks to the N70, the N72 is slightly lighter and offers 20MB of internal memory which can be expanded upto 128MB with the included card. Being released in two colour schemes, Gloss Black and Pearl Pink, the N72 seems to have also resolved the cramped keypad layout suffered by the earlier N70 and the camera lens on the back of the N72, is protected by a sliding mechanism. However, unlike the N70 or any other Nokia in the N Series range, the N72 is not a 3G device but a Tri Band GSM phone, the N72 suppports both GPRS and EDGE Technology with the standard bluetooth and USB connectivity options.