Review: Nokia 6682
Aug 21, 2005, 7:00 PM by Eric Lin
In-depth review of the 6682, Nokia's new flagship smartphone for Cingular.
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Nokia would be very happy if we told you this phone is great for the road warrior, and it is, only not necessarily for the corporate road warrior Nokia had in mind. This phone is the ultimate long-weekend device. If you're the kind of person who tends to take off at a moment's notice and needs to bring along a phone that can serve as a phone, camera, email device and maybe even something to do a little work on, the 6682 will suit your needs just fine.
The 6682 has two sibling phones: the 6681, which it is identical to except that the 6681 works on GSM 900 instead of GSM 850, and the 6680, which is a 3G phone that works on UMTS 2100 and features a second camera for video calls. This review should apply equally well to the 6681 and sufficiently cover many of the 6680's features, however we did not test either of those models.
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