Nokia At 3GSM - 6680, 6681 And 6101By cheatmaster 06:27 Thu, 08 Jul 2021 Comments
At the 3Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) World Congress in Cannes, France, Nokia today introduced the 3G Series 60 smartphone with two cameras Nokia 6680 and Nokia 6681 which is almost the same as 6680, but without the 3G support and the second camera. The two smartphones add for a first time 262K color displays to the Nokia line of products. Also announced today is the recent Nokia 6101 tri-band clamshell with Xpress audio messaging, which enables users to record and sdiscontinue a voice message to others over the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) network.
Cannes, France - At the 3Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) World Congress in Cannes, France, Nokia today introduced a recent arrival to the 3G arena, the Nokia 6680 imaging smartphone. The recent Nokia 6680 imaging smartphone is optimized for visual sharing, boasting two integrated cameras, a flash, and a colorful classy screen of up to 262,144 colors. Designed for ease-of-use, the active slide covering the back capturing camera of the Nokia 6680 provides quick and intuitive capturing camera activation as well as effortless switching between cameras during a video call.
A wide range of smartphone features, including organizer, video streaming and Internet browser, are complemented by 3G-enabled features such as two-way video calls*, video sharing* and always-on e-mail, making the well-designed Nokia 6680 a versatile work tool. Based on the leading smartphone Series 60 Platform, the tri-band phone for Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) 900/1800/1900, EDGE and WCDirect Memory Access (DMA) networks offers seamless roaming in over 100 countries around the world. The Nokia 6680 imaging smartphone is expected to be available in March 2005 with an estimated, unsubsidized sales price of approximately 500 euros.
In addition to two-way video calling* functionality, which enables remote video conferencing, the Nokia 6680 imaging smartphone also provides for video sharing*, a recent multimedia service that allows people to share live capturing camera views or video clips during a normal voice call. By simply opening the capturing camera slide, the show-you-what-I-mean type video can spontaneously be added to a voice call and dropped when no longer needed.
In addition to the integrated Video Graphics Array (VGA) capturing camera (640 x 480 pixels) at the front of the device, the Nokia 6680 imaging smartphone also incorporates a 1.3 megapixel capturing camera (1280 x 960 pixels) with a slide for capturing camera activation and control. Capturing images is easier than ever with the slide and shoot functionality, where the capturing camera is activated by simply opening the slide. Featuring a large colorful active matrix color display with automatic brightness control, the Nokia 6680 imaging phone's smooth 6 x digital zoom, integrated LED-based flash, and high-quality lens provide for capturing sharp images. Furthermore, users can select from various color tones when capturing images, including sepia, negative as well as black and white.
Targeted at EDGE markets, the device offers enhanced mobile data experience on top of a compelling feature set
Cannes, France - At the 3Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) World Congress in Cannes, France, Nokia today introduced the Nokia 6681 imaging smartphone, an elegant and versatile productivity and entertainment tool featuring an organizer, a 1.3 megapixel camera, a full Internet browser, a music player and easy printing with the Nokia XpressPrint solution. The tri-band phone for Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) 900/1800/1900 and EDGE markets provides an enhanced mobile user experience. The Nokia 6681 imaging smartphone is expected to be available in April 2005 with an estimated, unsubsidized sales price of approximately 450 euros.
A variant of the 3G-optimized Nokia 6680 imaging smartphone, also introduced today, the Nokia 6681 is targeted at users in both Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) and EDGE (Enhanced Data Rate for Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) Evolution) markets. In addition to numerous productivity features, such as e-mail, organizer and easy synchronization with compatible PCs, the Nokia 6681 imaging smartphone also offers convenient web browsing and high quality video streaming over EDGE, with data connectivity of up to 236.8 kilobytes per second. Furthermore, similar in functionality but a variant designed for the Americas markets, the Nokia 6682 imaging smartphone is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2005.
With the integrated Push to talk* functionality, Nokia 6681 imaging smartphone users can utilize the handset like a walkie-talkie at the push of a single dedicated button. Additionally, some mobile games, such as Snake, Card Deck and a recent 3D snowboarding game, will be supplied on the Nokia 6681 imaging smartphone's MMC card. The user experience is also further enhanced by the phone's display of up to 262,144 colors.
At the 3Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) World Congress in Cannes, France, Nokia today expanded its portfolio of folding mobile phones with the stylish Nokia 6101 capturing camera phone. In addition to offering consumers the latest mobile technology in an elegant frecent concept, the Nokia 6101 provides operators with an extended range of customization features. The compact, triband phone will be available in two versions: a Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) 900/1800/1900 version primarily for Europe, Middle-East, Africa and Asian markets, and a Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) 850/1800/1900 model targeted towards the Americas. With an estimated retail price of less than 250 EUR, excluding taxes and subsidies, the Nokia 6101 is expected to start shipping in the second quarter of 2005.
The Nokia 6101 capturing camera phone also introduces a recent feature, Nokia Xpress audio messaging, which enables users to record and sdiscontinue a voice message to others over the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) network. With the touch of a few buttons, consumers can sdiscontinue their audio message -- a holiday greeting, personal congratulations or even a special moment like a grandchild's first words -- and share it with others via Nokia Xpress audio messaging. Once a message has been received, it can be stored in the phone and played when desired.
Nokia Xpress audio messaging nicely complements the Nokia 6101's push to talk technology, which allows users to connect to others -- be it a group or an individual -- over GPRS, similar to using a walkie-talkie. Several operators worldwide have introduced push to talk services for consumers.
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