We’ve taken a look at Sony Ericsson’s showing for MWC this year, but what of Nokia? Let’s look below at the four handsets announced…
N78 – dubbed Nokia’s ‘multimedia’ phone, not only does it have a 3.2-megapixel camera, Nokia Maps and A-GPS, it also enables you to geo-tag your photos. Out mid-2008, for €350. See details here and video here.
N96 – a new flagship handset, the N96 has a 16GB storage capacity, plus microSD slot. As you’d expect, it has HSDPA, a 5-megapixel camera, Maps and City Guides, plus 3D stereo speakers and DVB-H TV tuner. Out Autumn for €550. See details here and video here.
6210 Navigator – GPS, an integrated compass, Nokia Maps 2.0, accelerometer, it’s also got 3.5G connectivity, A-GPS, 3.2-megapixel camera, MP3 player and 1GB memory card. Out in Autumn, for €300. See details here.
6220 Classic – 5.0-megapixel camera, Carl-Zeiss lens, Xenon flash, autofocus, A-GPS, 3.5G, and Nokia Maps 2.0. Out Autumn, for €300. See details here.
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