Nokia announces 5-megapixel 6220 Classic and 6210 Navigator

Nokia announces 5-megapixel 6220 Classic and 6210 Navigator
Today, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Nokia introduced a new addition to its line of camera phones - the Nokia 6220 classic. Although with “classic" label, the Symbian S60 based phone has a 5-megapixel camera with xenon flash, also capable of recording VGA videos at 30fps, which can be easily uploaded via the high-speed HSDPA connection. The built-in GPS, allows image geotagging and combined with the new Nokia Maps 2.0 preloaded (upgrade to full navigation available also), makes finding your way to the desired location an easy task. The Nokia 6220 classic will cost you approximately $460 (325 euro) and is expected to hit the selected markets in Q3 of 2008.

Nokia also introduced officially its 6210 Navigator model, which is the second generation of this line after the Nokia 6110 and is the first phone of the Finnish manufacturer to have a compass built-in. This feature, along with the integrated GPS system, will help you navigate through the streets of a new city or the roads of a foreign country. The 6210 Navigator comes preloaded with the new Nokia Maps 2.0, which is the manufacturer's latest software for navigation, including turn-by-turn guidance. Otherwise, it is a Symbian S60 smartphone with 3G support and 3-megapixel camera. The Nokia 6210 Navigator is scheduled to hit the market in Q3 of 2008 at the price of $430 (€300)

Expect our hands-on information from the Mobile World Congress show later!



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