Nokia Reveals New Megapixel Smartphone
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Sep 23, 2004, 9:10 AM by (staff)
Nokia today announced the 6670, a new GSM smartphone with a megapixel camera. The phone is similar to the previously-announced 7610 smartphone, with a more traditional design. Features include video capture, Bluetooth, an RS-MMC memory card slot, email with attachments, a NetFront browser with PDF support, and viewers for Microsoft Office documents. The 6670 will be available in October in tri-band versions for both Europe/Asia and the Americas.
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I'd buy this phone or a 7610 in a heartbeat if the camera was good.
CainMarko said:Me too, seeing as Nokia smoothed out the 7610's design.