Good news for Nokia fans: the company has sent out a notice to several US distributors, acording to which its first Maemo handset should hit Nokia distribution centers on September 27th. If everything goes as palnned, we will see the first N900's being shipped to customers in the very beginning of next month. The price you'll pay for being among the first to own T-Mobile 3G-ready Maemo 5 phone is.
Nokia came up with yet another low-end handset, the 2220 slide. It offers only basic functionality, and should be available in a total of 6 different colors, in the fourth quarter of the year at a retail price of about $125 (EUR 86) with taxes. Here are some of its features:
Introducing the latest luxury handset in the Nokia's 88xx series - the Erdos (whatever that means). The phone comes in a slick polished aluminum casing, and looks to be the most high-end Nokia 88xx series device to date. Well, I guess the price will be astronomical, too... Check out the speclist and video below.Specifications:
Nokia has recently unveiled its new 7705 Twist handset, which will soon be available from Verizon for $99.99 with two-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate. Below you will find a detailed list of its specs:
Compatible with services including VZ Navigator(SM), V CAST Music with Rhapsody, V CAST Video, Visual Voice Mail, Mobile Broadband Connect and Corporate Email;
Habitat mode activates a unique interface for visualizing your social circle and allows customers to easily organize their calls and messaging history;
Nokia has announced a new entry level S40 flip phone for AT&T, dubbed the Nokia Mural. It looks very similar to old Motorola W series phones, and sports a variety of customizable lighting features, which should make it attractive to youngsters. Other highlights include:
Today Nokia has unexpectedly unveiled its new line of music phones, called the X Series. The first two representatives in the lineup are the X6 and X3 models. Both handsets support Nokia's Comes With Music service an well as other music-centric features such as stereo Bluetooth and advanced media players. They also share other features including quad-band GSM/EDGE supprot, GPS, support for Flash Lite 3.
The Nokia N97 Mini has been officially announced today. It is expected to begin shipping in October 2009 for an estimated retail price of EUR 450 before taxes and subsidies. The phone offers premium content from Lonely Planet/Michelin, and supports Ovi's new Lifecasting service. Other features include:Nokia N97 Mini specifications: