From memory, the Nokia N73 had two web browsers; one WAP browser, and another, fully-functional HTML application. Would somebody be able to remind me what both of these options are labeled as when navigating through the menu of the phone? I think the main web browser was labeled "Web" or similar, but I can't remember what the WAP browser was listed as.

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See the N73 manual (now available from Microsoft), pages 72 and following.

The HTML browser is called “Web” (“Internet” → “Web”), and the WAP browser is called “Services” (“Internet” → “Services”).

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