Two New 3G Phones From Nokia Have High End Features
May 31, 2007, 4:25 PM by (staff)
Nokia today also launched two 3G phones for use outside the US. Both phones go by the 6500 model number, but one is a Slider and the other a "Classic" candybar. Both models runs Series 40 with quad-band GSM/EDGE, dual band (850/2100) WCDMA, QVGA screens, Bluetooth and a unified MicroUSB connector for sync, charging and even headset in on the "Classic." The Classic features a 2 Megapixel camera and 1 GB of built in memory and is 9.5mm thick. The Slider features a 3.2 Megapixel auto-focus camera with dual LED flash and a MicroSD slot that is SDHC capable, as well as TV-out.
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Why not U.S.? It has quad band/dual band WCDMA!!!
So I don't see why this can't be picked by AT&T, is it because it has a 3.2mp autofocus camera, and therfore TOO GOOD for AT&T!!!!!