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.
In-depth review of the affordable new Nokia 3220 GSM phone with extensive customization options for T-Mobile.
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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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