MWC 2008: Nokia overview
Nokia 6220 classic
The last announcement today was the Nokia 6220 classic, a feature-rich handset to combine a 5 megapixel camera, built-in GPS and HSDPA.
Nokia 6220 classic sports xenon flash and Carl Zeiss optics and a 16M-color 2.2" TFT QVGA display. The camera is capable of recording MPEG-4 video clips at VGA resolution and 30 fps. Geotagging support is available, while the Nokia Maps 2.0 application is preloaded. We managed to snap a few shots with its camera and we were quite pleased with the results, as you will see.
Nokia 6220 classic also offers a MP3 player and FM radio with RDS. The built-in memory of 120MB can be further expanded via microSD cards (up to 8GB supported).
Apart from the quad-band GSM network support, Nokia 6220 classic can also work on two HSDPA bands. The handset features a microUSB slot, 2.5 mm AV connector and stereo Bluetooth.
We found Nokia 6220 classic extremely pleasant to work with. It has enough processing power, although exact CPU specs have not been officially announced just yet. We'll make sure we update you, as soon as we get them.
- mina samir
nokia n96 is weak and so expensive and nokia n85 better than nokia n96
- 30 Jan 2009
- Anonymous FOOOL! / I
NAh! i know u, u just like samsung, nokia will rip samsung up any day everday GET IT...
- 13 Oct 2008
itz already out dawg.long long a go and you just found out Dam,Man...
- 13 Oct 2008