Posted on 6-Jan-2005 08:33
Filed under: News
Like its predecessors in Nokia's messaging portfolio the new Nokia 6822 has a unique design that opens into a full messaging keyboard for richer messaging and documentation. The new model also has an advanced VGA camera, and 65K color display and supports GSM/GPRS/EGPRS networks. It also allows for a five party conference calling with integrated speakerphone and voice commands.
The mobile phone supports a wide range of e-mail and instant messaging solutions, easy-to-use Personal Information Management (PIM) capabilities and wireless data synchronization. The company plans to make the Nokia 6822 available in the first quarter of 2005 in EMEA and the Americas.
The compact device supports multiple email accounts and calendars and can be synchronized from device to PC with a few steps. Configuration is easy for email, messaging or Internet browsing via over-the-air settings available from most network operators. The phone also includes pre-installed mobile applications for private and business use.
The Nokia 6822 supports a variety of email solutions includding IMAP4, POP3 SMTP and SyncML and support for BlackBerry Connect. It provides remote and local synchronization of calendar, contacts, notes and to-do list with a compatible PC using Bluetooth connectivity, infrared or data cable. The Bluetooth technology enables use of car kits and headsets.
"Mobile messaging and push email continue to represent applications that will provide the greatest purpose and value for a growing class of mobile users," said Andrew Brown, Program Manager for European Mobile Devices at IDC. "The Nokia 6822 represents a continuation of Nokia's line of highly innovative flip open full-messaging keyboard devices, that will serve a user's needs for both personal and corporate email as well as offering the latest in mobile phone technology."