How about a mobile phone with a sizzling touch of gold? Nokia is all set to ship all-new Nokia N97 Mini Gold Edition, reports
Dipped into gold, the luxurious piece is gracefully togged in 18 carat gold. The truly spellbinding phone comes equipped with 3.2-inch touchscreen display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and an integrated FM transmitter.
The phone also includes:
* 3.2 inch TFT LCD with a 360 x 640 pixel resolution
* 3G, EDGE/GPRS
* GPS with A-GPS Support
* Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, USB 2.0
* 5 megapixel camera
* 8GB of on-board storage space
* External memory support (microSD) upto 16GB
* 3.5mm handsfree socket
The Nokia N97 Mini Gold Edition is anticipated to be available in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Middle East for 625 euro from Q2 2010 onwards.
Nokia’s much awaited touchscreen music phone, the X6, has been rolled out in the UK for sale. This indicates that the X6 will make an appearance in other markets including India soon.
The first Nokia Nokia touchscreen handset to sport a capacitive touchscreen, the X6 will sure be a very responsive device running S60 V5. It has a 3.2-inch 640×360 resolution screen and comes in 16GB and 32GB versions. The X6 is quite sleek and is thinner than the 5800 XpressMusic. At 122 grams, it is also quite light for a touchscreen handset.
The other features includes a 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, dual LED flash, TV-out, video editing, online sharing, Nokia Music store, full web browser and Flash Lite support. t doesn’t stop there. A-GPS, Ovi Maps and Playlist DJ find their way in as well. For the musical gamers out there, there’s Spore DJ Mix Tour and Asphalt4 preloaded. Connectivity options include, Wi-Fi, GPS and HSDPA plus Bluetooth.
The X6 32 GB costs around 450 GBP (Rs. 32,696) while the 16GB is cheaper by 150 quid and is priced at 299 GBP (Rs. 21,797).
Today many mobile devices offer smooth internet over them through 3G. This latest Nokia offering though will certainly get mobile users in India thinking. To get users closer to the internet, the company reveals the Nokia 2730 classic phone with 3G with a very affordable price.
Claiming to be the company’s most affordable 3G device in India, the phone sports a compact and sleek fabrication. Loaded with a host of innovative features, it claims to enhance the internet experience to the hilt. The phone is additionally equipped with a wide array of Nokia services such as Ovi Mail, Nokia Messaging and Nokia Life Tools. The browsing capabilities of the phone should enable users to share and manage their life conveniently.
“Nokia has always had a holistic approach towards driving the adoption of 3G in India, both at the infrastructure and at the handset level. As the market leader, our investment into different technologies has always been aimed at being future ready and today with the launch of Nokia 2730 classic we have a portfolio of over 20 3G enabled handsets in the market.” Vineet Taneja, Director Marketing Nokia India mentioned. “We firmly believe that 3G technologies and future enhancements will offer the most expeditious and cost-effective means of providing mobile internet access to the mass market.”
The handset is just about 109.6 x 46.9 x 14.4 in dimensions and is offered in black and dark magenta colors. It weighs just about 87.7g. The battery offers a maximum of 7.4 hours talktime and 16.5 days standby time. 3G support along with the integrated Opera mini browser should further allow quicker search and browsing.
Some other attributes of the phone are Bluetooth, 2 megapixel camera, Stereo FM radio, 1000 entry capacity phonebook, calculator, integrated handsfree speaker, expense manager and support for MMS, Email, Flash message and Audio message. The Big Key mat is also easy to use.
The Nokia 2730 classic with 3G support is priced at just Rs. 4,499.