QWERTY-enabled Nokia 6760 slide to hit Europe

21 July, 2009

Nokia Surge went on sale a couple of days ago and now we hear about its European brother - the Nokia 6760 slide. The main update that the 6760 has got concerns its camera, which now has 3 megapixel resolution instead of 2MP. The lack of carrier branding pretty much rounds up the rest of the differences.

The Nokia 6760 slide, just like the Nokia Surge is a Symbian-powered, side-slider with a full QWERTY keyboard and 3.6Mbps HSDPA. There's quad-band GSM support and the local connectivity is covered by Bluetooth, microUSB and a 2.5 mm audio jack.

The AT&T Navigator is replaced with Nokia maps and the phone is packed to the brim with messaging software. Nokia Messaging, Google Talk, Windows Live IM are there right out of the box and the 6760 slide will give you easy access to social-media favorites such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace.

The feature list of the 6760 is completed by 128 MB of internal memory, expandable by up to 8GB through the microSD card slot (2GB one provided), as well as FM radio. Standby time is the respectable 500 hours with 5 hours of talk time.

The Nokia 6760 slide will be available in Q3 2009 for 199 euro before subsidies and taxes. Initially it will only be available in black, with red and white versions coming soon after that (though not everywhere it seems).



Reader comments

  • kal
  • 27 Jul 2009
  • vwd

No Offense, but this seems to be the ugliest design of 2009.

  • adil
  • 24 Jul 2009
  • qav

do not argue... nokia has been the telecommunications leader in the world for years, and still is. The recession has gotten all industries, with the inclusion of mobile phones in a scare and looking for any source of income. the nokia surge is simply...

  • Waz
  • 22 Jul 2009
  • nU1

And if you had any backbone you wouldn't use Anonymous. I just tell it like it is. When you compare Nokia's latest puerile efforts to others like Samsung, LG, Blackberry et al, they are pathetic, even the magazine reviews for their phones a...

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