Nokia Announces EDGE Smartphone
Jan 14, 2004, 9:49 PM by (staff)
updated Nokia today announced the 6620 smartphone with EDGE high-speed data. The phone uses Nokia's Series 60 smartphone platform. While similar to the 6600 in appearance, the 6620 adds EDGE, stereo audio, a faster processor, additional memory (12 MB built-in plus 32 MB card) and a Pop-Port accessory connector. Additional features include a VGA camera with video recording and Bluetooth. The tri-band phone works on GSM/EDGE 850, 1800, and 1900 networks. The 6620 is expected to be available in the Americas around April 2004.
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