Nokia 6555 – an elegant 3G clamshell

21 Aug, 2007

Nokia is certainly keeping us busy these days. Only a day has passed since the Nokia N95 8GB was approved by the FCC and now a new mobile is announced by the Finnish company. The fresh new addition to its mobile portfolio is the Nokia 6555 - a stylishly looking clamshell. The device is going to be quad-band and 3G-enabled and has an interesting design, which once again confirms that Nokia is trying to drop the conservative image. Quite a few steps in that direction were made, including the Nokia Prism collection and the Nokia Luna.

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Nokia 6555 in different color variants

In terms of features Nokia 6555 comes with a 16M color internal TFT display with a QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) resolution. The clamshell also has an eye-pleasing external analog timepiece display. The user memory is 30MB and is expandable through the in-built microSD card slot. Data transfers rely on Bluetooth as well as the already mentioned 3G capabilities. The camera (with yet unknown megapixel count) features some handy features such as fullscreen portrait viewfinder.

The handset is planned to hit the shelves within next month at an estimated retail price of 200 EUR in at least four different color combos.


Reader comments

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  • 13 Sep 2007
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  • 31 Aug 2007
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