Nokia is planning to release 3 touchscreen handsets by this fall, and one of them will probably be the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic. It is basically a chepaer version of the Nokia 5800, and will have the following features:
Nokia has announced that it will soon be offering WCDMA 3G handsets in Korea. The first model will be the new Nokia 6210s, which will have features such as a 3.2Mpix camera, MP3 player, video playback, stereo FM and a 1GB memory card in the box, and will be sold through KTF shops for KRW 396,000.
Nokia has announced that its E75 S60 QWERTY slider has started shipping today. This new business handset is all about corporate eMail, featuring Nokia's new eMail user interface, and also provides quick access to your personal accounts at Yahoo, Gmail, and Hotmail. Other features include:
The FCC has published a couple of photos and some details on the upcoming non-NAM Nokia N97 handset, which means the phone will be available soon for purchase. It will support GSM / EDGE 850 / 1900 and WCDMA band II (1900MHz), as well as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and will have an FM transmitter.
We'll provide you with more details as soon as we'll get them.
Nokia and T-Mobile have unveiled the new Series 30 powered Nokia 1661 classic cell phoneat the CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas. The handset doesn't have a camera or Bluetooth support, but it offers quad band GSM connectivity, an integrated flashlight, and a number of other basic features.Pricing and availability have not been announced yet.Specifications:
We must inform you that the latest Nokia 5800 XpressMusic software update is now available for free download via Nokia Software Update website. Main improvements include faster data download speeds, improved e-mail experience, and better Web/in-device search experience. Additional features also included in the update are:
New camcorder features: second camera support for still image capture in addition to video calls, burst mode that allows people to take multiple pictures one after another without needing to repress the picture taking button.
AT&T has announced today six new messaging handsets that include both smartphones and more entry-level feature phones. Here they are:Samsung Propel Pro i627: a QWERTY slider running on Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard. Features Wi-Fi and a 3Mpix auto-focus camera, and will be available starting on April 14 for $150.Samsung Impression: a sideways slider equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard and 3.
March 24th has passed but the promiced Nokia E71x is still not in the stores. According to rumors they've found some bug in the phone’s email application and cancelled the release for some time. Hopefully AT&T and Nokia will settle this problem as soon as possible and release this long-awaited phone.