Kat has already heralded the arrival of the Nokia 6650 (though she said it, along with the Nokia 6124, was boring), and now T-Mobile has announced that the clamshell handset is available.
We’ve already run down the features, but here they are again – let’s see if they sound any more exciting four-and-a-half months on.
The Nokia 6650 features a range of multimedia features, including Mobile TV, Mobile Jukebox, MP3 player, and FM radio, in-built GPS and pre-installed Nokia Maps, a fairly lacklustre two megapixel camera, albeit with LED flash and 4x digital zoom, and colour-changing keypad, for the littlest bit of bling. It also makes the most of T-Mobile’s web’n’walk service, giving you cost-effeective mobile Internet.
More exciting? Middling, perhaps, but it’s available for free on Combi 30 plans and above. It’s your call.