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Nokia Mural (Nokia 6750)

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 Nokia Mural 6750 Discontinued
7th September 2009

In what appears to be a slight upgrade to the Nokia 6650, the new Nokia Mural (also called the Nokia 6750) is a midrange 3.5G clamshell phone with GPS, exclusive to the AT&T network in the US.

Of course, it doesn't just look like the 6650.. the Nokia Mural is also visually very similar to the Motorola RAZR and in fact it is almost identical in terms of capabilities to last year's AT&T exclusive RAZR2 V9x.. but the glossy outside and semi-hidden external display makes it a much more fashionable looking handset.

Apart from GPS, the Nokia Mural 6750 isn't the most exciting phone in the world. Inside is a 2.2" 240 x 320 pixel display, there's a basic 2 megapixel camera, multimedia player, stereo Bluetooth and microSD expandable memory.

The flat keyboard does at least appear to have proper keys, a step up from the RAZR. But Nokia have again copied the characteristic "kick" at the bottom of the keypad and the whole thing just screams "Motorola" rather than "Nokia".

It's a quad-band GSM phone with tri-band UMTS 850 / 1900 / 2100 MHz, so it will work in Europe as well as the US. Although this is being punted as an AT&T handset, it's quite possible that it will end up with other carriers as well, especially considering that the older 6650 was exclusive to T-Mobile in Europe before it ended up with AT&T in the US, and the AT&T Nokia Surge morphed into the Nokia 6760 slide in Europe.

The Nokia Mural uses AT&T's Navigator application for turn-by-turn navigation, if it ends up with other carriers then it will use another solution. Neither Nokia nor AT&T have confirmed this, but it looks like a standard Series 40 phone rather than an S60 smartphone (which the 6650 is), and if this is the case then frankly it's a step backwards.

It's not the most exciting phone in the world, except for the fact that there are precious few clamshell phones around with GPS. So, if you're a clamshell fan then the Mural (or 6750) might well be worth seeking out, if you're looking for something fairly inexpensive.

Talking about how much it costs, AT&T quote the "no commitment" price of the Mural as being about $250, but when taken with a 2-year contract and with the $50 mail-in rebate it can be had for about $100. The Mural is available to order now in the US, its status in Europe and elsewhere is unknown.

Nokia Mural / Nokia 6750 at a glance


September 2009


GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 +
UMTS 850 / 1900 / 2100




2.2" 240 x 320 pixels, 16m colours


2 megapixels


Medium clamshell

97 x 47 x 16mm (3.83 x 1.85 x 0.64 inches) / 111 grams (3.9 ounces)



Memory card:











Not specified (assume Series 40)

Battery life:

4 hours talk / 14 days standby (3G)

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