Opera Releases Web Browser for Series 60
Apr 30, 2003, 12:33 PM by (staff)
Opera Software yesterday made available its smartphone browser to owners of the Nokia 7650 and 3650 Series 60 Platform phones. The software lets users browse full HTML web sites. Opera's Small-Screen Rendering (SSR) technology massages Web pages to fit on a smaller screen, eliminating horizontal scrolling. Nokia 3650 users can try the browser free for a 14-day trial. Users can purchase the browser for EUR 19.95 for a limited time. Opera intends to offer their browser also for future smartphones based on Series 60 Platform.
Nokia Unveils New Phones, Accessories
Mar 11, 2003
Nokia today unveiled a several new phones and accessories in conjunction with the CeBIT exhibition kicking off this week in Hannover, Germany: 6220: Tri-band (900/1800/1900) GSM/EDGE camera phone with color display and MMS. Available in Europe, Africa and Asia in Q3.
Nokia Announces Camera-Phone for North America
Sep 6, 2002
Nokia today unveiled the Nokia 3650 phone, featuring an integrated high-resolution camera, camcorder, video player and multimedia messaging (MMS) functionality. The 3650 is a tri-band mobile phone operating on GSM 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz networks.
fastmobile Launches PTT Service For U.S.
May 12, 2003
fastmobile today officially launched their fastchat™ instant communications service for the U.S. market.
T-Mobile Launches Video Messaging
Mar 27, 2003
T-Mobile USA today launched the country's first video messaging services. The service is available with the Nokia 3650 phone, which can capture and send video clips with sound up to 10 seconds.
Nokia To Announce New Color-Display Camera Phone
Sep 5, 2002
Nokia will unveil several new mobile phone models on Friday, including one with a color screen and a built-in camera, according to media reports. Nokia will hold a news conference in France tomorrow.