We will likely not see this device in the US any time soon, but Nokia is going beyond low res digital cameras and will include video recording in its latest phone. The main thing that’s alittle dissapointing though is the tiny screen. This is more of a cool phone than an integrated device that will remove the need for a seperate PDA. I don’t see this thing seriously competing with the Sony Ericsson P800.
Weight: 141 g
Dimensions: 132 x 52 x 25 mm
Talktime: 2 h 20 min (WCDMA), 2 h 40 min (GSM)
Standby time: Up to 350 h
Key features: Integrated camera for taking video and still images, new WCDMA air interface, fast connection: up to 128 kbps, multimedia messaging (MMS), large graphical color display, multitasking: talk and send simultaneously
Operating frequency: Tri-band mobile phone for WCDMA and GSM 900/1800 networks
Imaging resolution: Image/video capture at 640×480/128×96, more than 10 frames/second
Screen: 4,096 colors
Check out a cheesy flash movie about the phone here. Now, we’ll just sit back and wait to see what happens next. It really is a shame that the US is so far behind with mobile technology.