The new Nokia 6208 Classic doesn't look like most of the Nokia's handsets. It comes in a candybar form-factor and has both a physical keypad and a touchscreen display. They say it will only be available in China, but hopefully it won't.
The device is powered by a tweaked version of the S40 interface and comes with the following features:
Some details about the Nokia 7510 Supernova and the Nokia 7xxx Supernova phones have been accidentally revealed at the company's Polish website. They removed the information shortly after it leaked in the Web, but a little too late to keep the secret.
The supposed specifications of the phones are as follows:
Nokia has revealed its first NFC-enabled (Near Field Communications) 3G cell phone, the 6212 Classic.
For those who forgot or didn't know, NFC is a wireless technology developed by Nokia that provides easy interconnectivity between the two devices and allows for fast and convenient data interchange. The handset should be available for 200 EUR in Europe and Asia in the Q3 2008.
Nokia's new 1680 classic is the most affordable cameraphone the company has.
It comes with all the essential functions of a mobile phone (quad-band GSM, GPRS/EDGE data, 128x160 65K color TFT screen, poly/mp3 support, Java), and features a crappy VGA camera, which even has video capturing capability.
The new Nokia 3120 classic is a typical mid-end Nokia handset with a classic design, intuitive controls and all the most necessary features one can expect from such kind of phone. It should be available in the second quarter for 150 Euro.
Nokia 3120 classic key features:
2” QVGA display;
2Mpix camera with flash + VGA camera for video calls;