Nokia Announces 6670 Smartphone, GPS Receiver

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Nokia today announced a new addition to its collection of megapixel imaging smartphones. It also announced its first Bluetooth GPS receiver.

Based on the Symbian OS and Nokia’s Series 60, the Nokia 6670 offers document viewers for reading e-mail attachments, personal information management (PIM) features, web browser with support for PDF files, and data input with the Nokia Wireless Keyboard.

Users can also print their emails or images directly from the handset via Bluetooth wireless technology.

Nokia 6670 The phone is the first Series 60 product to support mobile antivirus software developed by F-Secure. Security can be further reinforced with the Nokia Mobile VPN (Virtual Private Network) Client and other key security features, such as Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption for web-based applications.

This smartphone has a megapixel (1152 by 864 pixel) camera with 4x digital zoom for both pictures and video recording. A new photo editor application also allows users to enhance the images on the phone screen with crop, frame, autofix, and text-adding functionalities.

Its color screen has a 176-by-208-pixel resolution.

Expected to be available in early October 2004, the Nokia 6670 phone will come in two variants: GSM 850/1800/1900 for the Americas markets, and GSM 900/1800/1900 for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asian markets.

More information on the 6670 is available on the Nokia web site.

GPS Reciever

Nokia 6670 smartphone is compatible with the upcoming Nokia Wireless GPS Module, announced today.

Via Bluetooth, this portable GPS receiver will allow the use of a range of location-based applications and services. It comes with Wayfinder Mobile Navigator.

The Nokia Wireless GPS Module won’t be available until the first quarter of 2005.

More information on this product is available on Nokia’s web site.

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