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Nokia releases the 3660 imaging phone
Posted on 10-Oct-2003 08:06 | Tags Filed under: News

Nokia releases the 3660 imaging phone
Building on the success of the Nokia 3650, the company's top-selling imaging phone launched last year, Nokia is now introducing the Nokia 3660 and Nokia 3620 which further expand the company's imaging portfolio and extends the imaging experience to a wider consumer segment.

Part of mobile phone users will be attracted to the fact that the Nokia 3650 is a great phone, and changing the circular keypad to a mre usual looking one will probably attract a more conservative market.

The phone also improves the display quality, with a new a 65,500 color display in addition to an integrated high-resolution VGA camera for still picture and video capture.

The tri-band Nokia 3660 (GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900) is primarily for the European, Middle-East and Asia Pacific markets while the Nokia 3620 (GSM/GPRS 850/1900) phone is primarily for the Americas. Shipping is expected to begin during the fourth quarter of 2003.

"The Nokia 3660 and Nokia 3620 adhere to the innovative design of their ground-breaking predecessor with a new stylish keymat design, offering consumers the ability to instantly share a moment with ease and style," said Juha Putkiranta, Senior Vice President, Imaging Business Unit, Nokia Mobile Phones. "Exchanging holiday season images or video clips will never be the same. Sharing precious moments between family and friends is but a few clicks away."

The Nokia 3660 and Nokia 3620 phones are based on the Symbian Series 60 software package. Both products feature an integrated VGA camera and a video recorder for capturing video clips, as well as a RealOne Player for downloading and playing real-time streaming of content. The MMS functionality allows users to send images, video clips, text and sound to another compatible MMS-enabled phone or to an e-mail address. In addition, the Nokia 3660 and Nokia 3620 have extensive e-mail support and an XHTML browser to make accessing mobile services a richer experience.

Other features include:
  • Polyphonic ringtones (supporting up to 128 instruments and 24 chord polyphony)
  • Email (SMTP, IMAP4, POP3)
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • PIM (calendar, phonebook, to-do list)
  • Infrared, PC Suite
  • SyncML
  • 16 MB memory card with additional applications


  • More information: http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,,46653,00.html...
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