Nokia untroduces four new phones, wireless Bluetooth keyboard

Nokia 6630

It is a dual-mode, tri-band, Series 60 smartphone designed to work on 3G __(WCDMA), EDGE and 2G networks in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Offering __always-connected email, mobile broadband access to multimedia content, live __video streaming and video conferencing, the compact Nokia 6630 phone makes 3G a __reality for a growing number of people. Speeds of up to 384 kbps downstream and __128 kbps upstream are supported. The Nokia Mobile VPN client enables secure __access to corporate Intranets or email servers.
With 1.23 million effective __pixels in its camera, and a host of digital imaging features, the Nokia 6630 is __the most advanced camera phone introduced in the GSM market to date. The range __of imaging features include 1 to 6x variable digital zoom for picture and video __capture, manual exposure control, sequence mode for fast picture capture, up to __1 hour of video recording and wireless printing directly from the handset __utilizing solutions by HP and Kodak.
With the built-in memory and in-box __MultiMediaCard (MMC), the Nokia 6630 features 74MB of memory in its standard __configuration.
Weighing 4.48 oz (127 grams) and measuring 4.3 x 2.4 x .81 in __(110 x 60 x 20.6 mm), it is world's smallest megapixel phone for GSM and WCDMA __networks. The Nokia 6630 is planned to be available during the fourth quarter of __2004, and the estimated, unsubsidized sales price of the Nokia 6630 is expected __to be less than &

High-end phone for business professionals offers Push-to-Talk, Bluetooth, VGA camera and folding design. The tri-band Nokia 6260 smartphone is based on the Symbian operating system and Series 60.
It is expected to start shipping in Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific and Americas in third quarter, 2004. The estimated, unsubsidized sales price of the Nokia 6260 is expected to begin at &?


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Mid-range, clamshell camera phone, enhanced with stainless steel finish. The tri-band EDGE phone will be available in two versions: a GSM 900/1800/1900 primarily for the European and Asian markets, and a GSM 850/1800/1900 primarily for the Americas. Shipments are expected to start in fourth quarter 2004.  The unsubsidized retail price excluding taxes is expected to be around &?


The Nokia 2600 (EGSM900/1800 or GSM850/1900) is an entry level model and run Series 40 interface.


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Bluetooth technology connects this wireless full-QWERTY keyboard to the compatible phones based on the Series 60 platform. The Nokia Wireless Keyboard is powered by two AAA batteries enabling an operating time of up to 50 hours, weighs only 190 grams and measures 10 x 4.42 x .51 in (262 x 87 x 13 mm) when open and 5.23 x 3.42 x .74 in (133 x 87 x 19 mm) when folded.
The Nokia Wireless Keyboard is expected to be available in the European, Asia-Pacific and Americas markets during the fourth quarter 2004 at a retail price of approximately ˆ135 ($162 USD) excluding local taxes.



Additionally, Nokia today also announced the Nokia Music Stand, which offers good sound quality for compatible phones with a built-in FM radio or MP3 player. Other features include input for external audio devices, handsfree operation for conference calls and charging. The Nokia Music Stand is planned to be available during the fourth quarter of 2004, and expected to retail for approximately ˆ70 ($85 USD) excluding local taxes.


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