6650: the first GSM/UMTS phone from Nokia
Nokia officially announced its first next-generation Nokia 6650, featuring a color screen, Java, MMS support, a built-in digital cam, capable of working in both GSM, and new W-CDMA (3G). At that GSM and UMTS modules are located on the same chip.
Nokia 6650 screen supports up to 4096 colors, a built-in digital VGA cam (turned on by opening lens cover) is capable of shooting still images and up to 20-sec movies, that can be sent to other subscribers over MMS. The phone weighs 141 g.
The phone is also provided with WAP 1.2.1 browser, supports Java, polyphony, e-wallet features. Besides, 6650 support multitasking.
Interfaces include USB, Bluetooth, infra-red port; the phone also supports GPRS (class 6) and HSCSD (class 6). According to Nokia, in UMTS mode, data incoming data throughput makes 128 Kbps, outgoing up to 64 Kbps.
6650 features a calendar, Outlook-synched notebook. The additional software enables photo browsing, Nokia PC Suite enables short movie playback. Battery provides 2h20m (UMTS) or 2h40m (GSM) operation and up to a fortnight in the idle mode.
Nokia 6650 sales will start in H1 2003, the expected price is $734.60.
This HDW-2 Bluetooth hands-free on the photo is another novelty from Nokia.
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