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Upcoming Nokia Products (Bluetooth, 6340, 7650)

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by KevinJames, Jan 12, 2002.

  1. KevinJames

    KevinJames WA's 1st retired mod
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    Oct 2, 2001
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    1. Nokia's new wireless gear
    Nokia's Wireless Bluetooth Headset, which resembles a communication device that might be worn on the TV show Enterprise, sports many of the same features found on other such headsets unveiled at CES including a volume control, an Answer/End button, and a 30-foot range. It also has a boom microphone and, like other models at the show, should cost around $200.

    By June, the company's new 6340 cellular phone should be available in the United States. While this next-generation phone isn't as compact as Nokia's recent debuts, it does have many high-end features along with extras that include Bluetooth capability and E911 support. It'll also bring meaning to the word roaming, since it's compatible with several different standards: GSM 1900, TDMA 1900/800, and AMPS 800.

    Last but not least is the digicam phone, the 7650, which will be available in Europe and Asia by June. There's still no word on when we'll see it in the United States, but it certainly qualifies as cool. The product looks more like a portable LCD for storing digital images than a phone, with a color screen and just a few buttons on its face for controlling all of its features. To make a call or take a picture, a hidden keypad--which also exposes the camera lens on the unit's rear side--is pulled out. You'll be able to send photos from the device in four ways: via multimedia messaging, e-mail, Bluetooth, or infrared.

    Above copied from: CNet

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