Nokia N70 3G phone
It might be the least exciting of the trio of phones Nokia has unveiled today but that’s only because the other two boast such innovative features. The N70 is in fact a good all round 3G/Edge handset in a small fairly smart upright style.
It boast all the N Series core features, so is kitted out with music playing facilities, a two mega pixel camera with a 20x digital zoom and web browsing facilities. Running on Nokia’s Series 60 platform it supports email, can open many file types and comes with an FM radio on board. It has two cameras so it can deliver 3G video calling, features an integrated speaker and has Bluetooth connectivity.
The only fly in the ointment is that it uses the rather pesky cut down MMC card, which the last time we looked was only available up to a pathetic 64MB.
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With Designs like this, the N Series is sure to win Nokia some market share back!
Yes, you can get mmc cards with capacity of up to 1Gb but nokia phones only accept Dual Voltage Reduced Size MMCs (DV RS-MMC) which are only available up to 512mb at present.
You can get mmc cards with capacity of up to 1Gb. See ebay!