Nokia today revealed three new phones at the Nokia Mobility Conference in Monaco.
- 7710: Wide-screen GSM device combining advanced PDA and multimedia functionality. Features include Symbian OS, large touch-screen with pen input, megapixel camera, FM radio, 218 MB of included memory, and Bluetooth. Includes push-email and moblogging software, and supports the Nokia Streamer SU-22 accessory for receiving DVB-H TV broadcasts. Available later this year in Asia, and early next year in Europe and Africa.
- 3230: Tri-band GSM Series 60 smartphone with megapixel camera, Bluetooth, EDGE, hot-swappable RS-MMC memory card, Push-to-Talk, speakerphone, and video capture up to 1 hour. Available in Europe and Asia Q1 2005.
- 6020: Mid-range GSM phone with EDGE, VGA camera, video capture up to 50 seconds, Push-to-Talk, and a 65,000-color display. Available globally starting Q1 2005, including a tri-band version with GSM 850 for the Americas.
Info and photos of a new Nokia multimedia device have surfaced on several web sites. The 7710 is Nokia's second try at a device using the company's new Series 90 platform. Series 90 is a multimedia-oriented operating system, designed for mobile devices with large touchscreens. The 7710 is rumored to be a tri-band GSM device with EDGE high-speed data, a megapixel camera, an SD card slot, Bluetooth, FM radio, and extensive video capabilities via RealPlayer.