Nokia presented the Nokia 6620 imaging phone, the first smartphone for the Americas market optimized for use on new EDGE networks. The Nokia 6620 imaging phone comes with a 65,000 color TFT screen for viewing still images and video clips captured by the integrated VGA camera and real-time video streaming over the EDGE network using the built-in RealOne mobile player. While taking pictures, users have the ability to use the 2X digital zoom and a self-timer feature to allow everyone to be included in the fun, while the extended memory enables the saving of hundreds or even thousands of images. The Symbian OS-based Series 60 platform allows for the creation of richer applications including business and productivity tools such as mobile e-mail, over-the-air synchronization of PDA data, a fully integrated Internet browser (HTML 4.01, XHTML/CSS and WML), and a wide selection of third-party applications. The Nokia 6620 imaging phone is a tri-band mobile (GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/1900/1800 MHz) and is expected to be available during the second quarter of 2004.
A wide range of the newest multimedia features give Nokia 6620 imaging phone owners a multitude of ways to capture and share content. The built-in SMIL technology allows images, sounds and text to be built into a single MMS, and then received in exactly the order intended by the sender. An integrated image uploader allows pictures to be sent directly to Internet-based photo services, where images can be stored, sorted, shared, and made into prints. Additionally, images can easily be printed at home with the use of a compatible Bluetooth enabled printer.
The built-in RealOne mobile player can access the large existing base of Real formatted video content and new 3GPP content designed specifically for mobile devices.