Nokia Debuts New Light-Up Camera Phone
May 31, 2004, 11:41 AM by (staff)
Nokia today announced the 3220 camera phone and a new Xpress-on™ Fun Shell accessory. The 3220 is a tri-band GSM phone with pulsating light effects, custom cut-out covers, and a VGA camera that records video clips. The 3220 is also Nokia's first mass-market phone with a 65,536-color active-matrix LCD display. The optional Xpress-on™ Fun Shell for the 3220 adds a tilt sensor for controlling games, and Light Messaging, which allows users to "write" a message in mid-air by waving the phone side to side. The 3220 and Fun Shell will be available globally this summer, including a GSM 850/1800/1900 version for the Americas.
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I see a lawsuit.....
Seriously though, I would feel funny waving the phone around in public.... especially with all this homeland security stuff, you'd probably be tackled if you tried it on the subway.
WOW, first nokia phone marketed to kindergardeners!!!
It's always been known that Nokia tends to the teenage crowd with its changeable covers and colorful phones, but this is ridiculous. What's next a joint venture with Crayola or maybe Pokemon. Hahaha, you have to
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