Nokia 7600 unusual forms showcased
announced the radically shaped Nokia 7600 phone combining 3G capability with
the latest mobile imaging features in a futuristic exterior. Taking Nokia design
to a new level, the device incorporates a 65,000 color screen as the heart and
soul of its front face. The Nokia 7600 enables people to capture pictures and
videos, send and receive multimedia messages and mobile email and listen to
music. With this phone, people can also take advantage of the increased speed
of the next generation of mobile networks by watching good quality live video
content directly from their handsets. Weighing a mere 123 grams and measuring
87mm x 78 mm x 18.6 mm, the Nokia 7600 is one of the lightest and smallest GSM/WCDMA
phones in the world.
Operating in GSM900/1800 as well as WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple
Access) networks, the Nokia 7600 is expected to be available in volume in
Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia-Pacific in fourth quarter of 2003.
Users can view pictures taken with its VGA camera on an illuminated display
with over 65,000 colors, as well as capture video clips, with audio, of up
to 2,5 minutes each. In a WCDMA network, it is possible to send and receive
video clips and pictures even during a phone call.
The integrated MP3/AAC music player can play up to 50 minutes of near CD-quality
music saved on the internal memory of the device. Music and other content
can be downloaded using mobile services while on the move or locally from
a compatible PC via infrared, Bluetooth or USB connection. With the XHTML
browser, users can browse graphically rich mobile services. Other features
of the phone include polyphonic ring tones, support for Java applications
and a data connection speed of up to 384 kilobits per second in WCDMA networks.
The phone has talk time of up to 4 hours in GSM networks and up to 2,9 hours
in WCDMA, and stand-by time is up to 12,5 days in both networks.
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