Nokia's flagship Nseries phone for 2007 packs a huge feature list into a relatively small slider design. Key features include a large QVGA display with slide-activated landscape mode, 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with high-quality video capture, GPS, and Wi-Fi. Other features include quad-band GSM, EDGE data, Bluetooth, memory card slot, and version 2 of Nokia's full web browser software.
These specs apply to the original (Euro-Asian) and US versions. The newer 8GB version is listed separately. (Euro-Asian version weighs 4.2 oz.)
This phone is not currently available from any major U.S. carrier. It is compatible with some U.S. networks, and may be available from third-party dealers or smaller, regional carriers.
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2.6 in diagonal, 4:3
QVGA 240 x 320 pixels
154 ppi approx.
Type: LCD (TFT/TFD)
size varies by region
Talk: 2.7 hours max.
Standby: 215 hours max.
|Processor||332 MHz ARM 11|
160 MB internal storage
Expandable via memory card
Carl Zeiss lens
scene modes, plus brightness, white balance controls
(plus lens cover, on Euro-Asian version only)
Video: VGA (640 x 480)
MPEG-4 format / 30 fps / stereo sound recording / 4x digital zoom at full resolution / image stabilization
|Weight||4.4 oz 125 g|
|Dimensions||3.9 x 2.09 x 0.83 in 99 x 53 x 21.1 mm|
|OS / Platform||S60 (Symbian) 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1|
WCDMA 2 / 5
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Americas version (Euro/Asian version only supports Euro/Asian 3G networks) / plus EDGE
|SIM card size||Traditional / Mini 2FF|
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Supported Profiles: HFP, HSP, DUN, FTP, OPP, SAP, A2DP, AVRC, BIP, BPP
version 2.0 + EDR
|Changeable Body Plates||-|
|FM Radio||Stereo: Yes|
|Headphone Jack (3.5mm)||stereo / integrated AV output|
|Hearing Aid Compatible||-|
|Memory Card Slot||
Card Type: microSD
up to 2GB / hot-swappable
Some versions only
|Side Keys||volume, media, camera keys on right|
|Text Keyboard, Hardware||-|
supports mass storage mode
|Wi-Fi||Version(s): 802.11 b,g|
PDNRM-159 » approved Feb 8, 2007
PDNRM-245 » approved Apr 13, 2007