CeBIT 2003: Nokia releases 3 new mobile handsets and new accessories
At CeBIT 2003 Nokia announced 3 new mobile phones: Nokia 6220, Nokia 3300 and Nokia 810, along with a number of accessories: Image Viewer for browsing digital photos, Digital Pen for MMS handwriting and a magnifier.
Nokia 3300 is company’s second handset supporting digital audio playback. It is shipped with 64Mb MMC card and has a USB port.
It will be released in two versions: for EMEA region and North America, differing by 900/1800 and 850/1900MHz bands, respectively.
Nokia 3300 design resembles that of 5510, the first MP3-enabled device, and N-Gage gaming console. It supports True Tones technology for using stored music as ring tones, and additionally features WAP 2.0 / XHTML browser and J2ME support. Talk time is claimed >2.5 hours, standby – up to 12 days.
Next one, Nokia 6220 features a digital camera, WAP 2.0 / XHTML browser, GPRS and EDGE.
The third, Nokia 810 (900/1800MHz GSM) is designed for in-car use.
Finally, above are Image Viewer, Digital Pen, and magnifier.
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