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Posted: 17 January 2005 at 7:45am | IP Logged

http://www.nokia-asia.com/nokia/0,8764,66118,00.htmlDiscover. Create. Share.The Widescreen Experience Features

 


Wide screen with pen input



Handwriting recognition



HTML browser supports Flash 6



Up to 90 MB internal memory, 128 MB MMC card



Megapixel camera (1152x864 pixels)



Music player with stereo audio



Audio and video playback and streaming



FM / Visual Radio

for more detais,visit:

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                 NOKIA7710

 

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Wow!.......... gr8 phone yaar!Big smileBig smile
Kash i had it!EmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassed
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At a glance
 
Subtle and sleek NaviTM Spinner for a unique way to access features
Slide it open to reveal the beauty of the mirror finish
Voice-activated user interface for a more personal touch
Cunningly hidden Integrated VGA camera for a touch of mystery
Internal handsfree speaker to communicate in a whole new way

Explore your flair for creativity and send your creations via MMS

for more details,visit:

http://www.nokia-asia.com/nokia/0,,62952,00.html

           NOKIA 7280

 

 

 

 

meghavi IF-Rockerz
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Posted: 18 January 2005 at 6:29pm | IP Logged

Today's cell phones can be used to send and receive e-mail, play games, send text messages, surf the Internet, and keep track of appointments. Yet it is the ability to double as a digital camera that has people excitedly purchasing new phones. These devices were introduced several years ago in Japan and have been available in the US for about two years. They are so well liked that some have predicted that they will be the most popular consumer device in history. Industry analysts say that 12% of cell phone sold last year (2003) had cameras and that number is growing rapidly. According to research firm IDC, more than 80 million have been sold worldwide.

It may seem that a camera phone would be no different than having a cell phone and a camera, but in truth, having a camera in a mobile phone makes for an entirely different experience. It means people have cameras with them constantly, that the camera will be always ready to shoot a quick photo, and that the images can be quickly and easily transferred to others.

People are using phones to take pictures of car license plates, accident scenes, and even would-be attackers. Last August, CNN reported an alert 15-year-old boy used his cell phone camera to take pictures of a man who allegedly tried to lure him into his car. This quick-clicking lead directly to the man's arrest.

More and more small businesses are finding uses for picture phones that range from providing proof that a job has been completed to showing photos of a needed repair part. Real estate agents are forwarding quick clicks of properties to perspective purchasers. Insurance agents are using them to speed accident and property damage claims.

The average citizen, with the help of a camera cell phone, can now be camera phone reporters. People are submitting their photos to news agencies to give their perspective of news events. Last year the BBC Online launched a news area called PicturePhonin where readers contribute newsworthy pictures that were snapped with their telephones. Camera phones have also added to the popular phenomenon of blogging with photo blogs, which have been used to document events like the recent East coast blackout.

The camera cell phone is also poised to start a shopping revolution. Women are taking pictures of clothing in stores and sending them to friends for instant advice on what they should purchase. Even more importantly, the New York based Scanbuy company has developed a camera phone application that will use the camera to scan bar codes and trigger an automatic download of coupons, product reviews, and other information about the item that carried the bar code. This application might also suggest nearby or online stores that are offering the item at a better price. While Scanbuy is working with Ericsson to produce bar-code-reading camera phones, their competitors M-Ken, Mediastick, and NeoMedia Technologies are testing similar products with Nokia and other phone manufacturers.

As with most new technologies, there is also a downside to camera cell phones. Some critics are calling them a privacy menace as they are being used in bathrooms, locker rooms, and gyms. Art museums and others areas who ban photography are having trouble controlling the use of camera phones. Bookstores are struggling to crack down on the digital shoplifting that occurs when patrons photograph pages of books and magazines without paying for them. The speedy transmission of telephone photos enables confidential information to be stolen and immediately transmitted to an outside source. Also, as more and more personal information is stored in cell phones they become a hotter commodity for thieves who begin to see more value in the information (identity) stored in the phone, than the phone itself.

Given the popularity of camera phones, it is not surprising that there is more exciting mobile technology appearing. Nokia has introduced a phone (Model 3650) that can take video clips as well as photos. There is even a FastChat service that can turn this phone into a real-time video conferencing tool. Nokia has also introduces the first mobile phone to include wireless Wi-Fi connectivity.

Sprint's newer cell phones feature a MobiTV service that lets your cell phone display any of 13 TV channels. Sony Ericsson's new camera-enabled models will feature a 1.3 megapixel CCD representing a great improvement in picture quality. Sony Ericsson also has a new device that will allow users to send images from their mobile phones to TV sets and digital projectors. Nokia is developing software that will turn its cell phones into life journals. The Lifeblog software will automatically arrange phone messages, images, videos, and sound clips turning them into a timeline of life events.

Yes, the camera phone is just the beginning. Expect your cell phone to play an even bigger role in your life in the near future.

http://www.aarp.org/learntech/computers/life_online/Articles /a2004-03-16-cameracellphones.html

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thanks 4 the wonderful article meghavi!!Smile
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Phone Models
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Main Page
Phone Features
Business Plus
Accelerated Imaging
Spotlight
Video
Phone Demo
Enhancements
Personalize
Support and Software for Owners
Product Legal Notices
Nokia 6630 Features

Not only is the Nokia 6630 a 1.3 megapixel digital imaging device, it is also a portable office and a modern rich-media machine. Follow these links to find out more about the Nokia 6630:

Business Plus >>
Accelerated Imaging >>


Powerful Connectivity on the Go
Global Roaming
Unprecedented Imaging Features
Video Recorder
Display and User Interface
Multimedia
Memory Functions
Messaging
Browsing
Data Transfer
Call Management
Java™ Applications
Voice Features
Digital Services
Sales Package Contents
Dimensions
Power Management


Powerful Connectivity on the Go
Powerful Connectivity on the Go
    Faster connectivity and high-speed browsing with WCDMA and EDGE* technologies Access email accounts whether work or personal (supports SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4 protocols) Advanced PIM (calendar, contacts, task list etc) to help you stay in touch Document viewers - Quickword, Quicksheet and Quickpoint Pop-Port™, interface with USB cable
  • Develop customized applications to suit your unique corporate systems using Software Development Kit (SDK), available for Java and Symbian (C++)

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Global Roaming
Global Roaming
  • Global roaming enabled; works as WCDMA*/ GSM dual mode phone in Asia-Pacific and Europe areas; GSM/ EDGE in Americas; WCDMA in Japan (Requires operator roaming support)

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Unprecedented Imaging Features
Unprecedented Imaging Features
    1.3 megapixel camera sensor, effective resolution 1.23 megapixels (image size 1280 x 960 pixels) 6x variable digital zoom to capture the smallest details Advanced camera mode: Still wide, and optimal settings for sequence mode, night mode, brightness adjustment, image quality and self timer Sequence mode: 6 images in 2 seconds to record all the action
  • Imaging applications: Movie director, Video editor, Image editor, Image manager, Image print

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Video Recorder
Video Recorder
    Video capture (up to 1 hour in length) 6x variable digital zoom Support for 3GPP video streaming and video capture
  • Recorded formats (encoding): .3gp file format, H.263 video and AMR radio

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Display and User Interface
    TFT active matrix color display 65,536 colors 176 x 208 pixel resolution
  • Automatic backlighting and brightness control for display and keymat

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Multimedia
    New improved Media Gallery Multimedia player with streaming support (Real Player)
  • Played formats (decoding): .3gp and .mp4 file formats, MPEG-4 video, H.263 video, RealMedia (Real Video and Real Audio), MP3 and AAC

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Memory Functions
    10 MB internal dynamic memory for contacts, text messages, multimedia messages, ringing tones, images, video clips, calendar notes, to-do list, and applications
  • 64 MB Hotswap Reduced Size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC)

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Messaging
    Multimedia messaging: Combine image, video, text and voice clip and send as MMS to a compatible phone or PC; use MMS to tell your story with a multi-slide presentation Automatic resizing of your megapixel image to fit MMS. (max.300 KB attachment size depending on the network)
  • Predictive text input: Support for all major languages in Europe and Asia-Pacific

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Browsing
    Improved web compatibility with support for HTML 4.01, including support for elements such as image maps, background images, and frames OMA 2.1 compliant xHTML browser with improved internet capability
  • OMA DRM 1.0 combined and separate delivery

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Data Transfer
    Data Transfer to facilitate transfer of personal data from older S60 phones via Bluetooth wireless technology
  • WCDMA* maximum download link 384kbps; upload link 128kbps, EGPRS (Class B, Multislot class 10) - Maximum download 236.8kbps; upload 118.4kbps

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Call Management
    2-way video conference with PT-8 Nokia Video Call Stand
    Contacts: Advanced contacts database with support for multiple phone and email details per entry, also supports thumbnail picture and groups
    Logs: Keeps lists of your dialed, received, and missed calls
    Speed dialing
    Automatic redial
    Automatic answer (works with compatible headset or car kit only)
    Supports Fixed Dialing Number, which allows calls only to predefined numbers
  • Conference call

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Java™ Applications
    Downloadable Java™ MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1 applications
  • Mobile 3D Graphics API, PIM API, File access API

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Voice Features
    Voice key for voice dialling and commands Voice recorder
  • Integrated handsfree speaker

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Digital Services
    Symbian applications available from Nokia Software Market Graphics, icons, animations, logos Download new games/ themes
  • Ringing tones: True Tones, polyphonic tones

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Sales Package Contents
    Nokia 6630
    64MB Reduced Size Multimedia Card (RS-MMC)
    Adapter for RS-MMC
    Nokia Stereo Headset HDS-3
    Nokia Battery BL-5C
    Nokia Travel Charger ACP-12
    Nokia Connectivity Cable (USB) DKU-2
  • CD-ROM containing software and guides

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Dimensions
    Weight: 127g
    Length: 110mm
    Width: 60mm
  • Thickness: 21mm

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Power Management
Battery Performance (BL-5C) CAsia-Pacificity Talktime Standby Time
GSM 900 mAh Li-lon 3 - 6 h 6 - 11 days
WCDMA 900 mAh Li-lon 2.2 - 3.2 h 6 - 11 days

                           for more details,visit:

                           http://www.nokia-asia.com/nokia/0,8764,64766,00.html

                                                   NOKIA 6630

 

Meera Groupbie
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Joined: 10 December 2004
Posts: 192

Posted: 04 March 2005 at 1:48pm | IP Logged

^^ The phone above is wonderful! I got it recently and the 1.3mp camera is brilliant. You dont even lose much resolution when u zoom.

Its a bit expensive, but I managed to get it free on an upgrade from T-Mobile. Worth it!! 5 out of 5!

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