From what I understand, the new Nokia 2626 announced today is aimed more at emerging markets, so I’m not sure if or when we’ll see the phone in the UK.
It’s a dualband EGSM phone based on the Series 40 user interface. It has a 128×128 pixel display able to show 65,000 colours, has a one-touch FM radio, Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging, Voice Recorder, MMS, IM, MP3 ringtones, an email client, JAVA, WAP browser, and built-in handsfree speaker.
It comes in a choice of five body colours: Fiery Red, Spatial Blue, Energetic Copper, Elegant White, and Navy Blue.
Dimensions are 104 mm x 43 mm x 18 mm (L x W x H) and it weighs 91g. It has a talk time of up to 3 hours and standby of up to 12 days.
Its suggested retail price is €75, available from early 2007.