NFC-enabled Nokia 6212 unveiled

NFC-enabled Nokia 6212 unveiled
Today, Nokia unveiled the new Nokia 6212 classic. The device is a candybar phone with 3G and integrated NFC. The technology can be used for transferring notes, business cards and even to make payments, by simply bringing your device next to another one that is also NFC capable. Currently there aren’t many NFC enabled phones on the market, but the technology is very promising and offers a lot of possibilities.

The phone sports a 2” QVGA display with a 240x320 pixels resolution, capable of displaying 16 million colors. The camera is 2-megapixels, typical for such class at the moment. You don’t have much internal memory (only 22 MB), but the good news is that there is a microSD card slot.

Nokia 6212 is expected to hit the markets in Q3 of 2008 with a retail price of around €200 ($320).

Nokia 6212 classic Specifications

source: Nokia


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