Nokia’s N-series comprise various phones, all of them profoundly different from one another and having in common only their operating system (Symbian S60), which invariably results in similar technical characteristics. Although they are all intended as multimedia devices, their differing design allocates them into different consumer groups: one is targeted at the average consumer, who likes to take pictures, another is intended for those who like to video, still another is a device that does everything equally well, but neither of them is slim, with a contemporary ‘terrific’ look. And here comes N76, inspired by Motorola’s RAZR models. It is almost twice slimmer than N71 (the previous clamshell from the N-series) and is made either in black or in eye-catching red. It delivers a message mainly by its looks, but it’s nevertheless a smartphone, equipped with multimedia possibilities, predominantly intended for music.