Nokia Introduces MMS-Enabled Mobile Phone
Apr 29, 2004
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Mobile phone maker Nokia (Helsinki, Finland) has introduced its 6610i mobile phone, featuring an integrated camera, complete MMS functionality, and an FM radio.

The Nokia 6610i triband mobile phone (GSM 900/1800/1900) is said to offer a classic design, color screen, and a solid set of features including Java(TM) technology, an XHTML browser, and SyncML.

The phone is estimated to begin shipping in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia in the second quarter of 2004.

The integrated CIF camera in the Nokia 6610i phone is reportedly optimized for color screens (128 by 128 pixel display) of smaller handsets. With imaging and MMS functionality, users will be able to send and receive multimedia messages to other compatible MMS-enabled phones. It also permits users to edit images and to attach images to contact information.

The Java technology in the phone also will allow users to download personalized third-party applications such as TimeOut City Guides and Cosmopolite Business Guides.

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