Nokia unveils raft of new handsets
By Simon Aughton
Posted on 2 Mar 2005 at 12:52
Nokia has taken the wraps off three new 'mid-range' mobile phones. The 6230i camera phone, 6021 and 6030.
The 6230i adds a 1.3 megapixel camera and push-to-talk to the 6230. It is capable of recording up to one hour of video on a removable MMC and has a high resolution 208x208 pixels display. The on-board music player supports MP3, M4A and AAC files and sits alongside an FM radio with Visual Radio. There is also a hands-free speaker.
With Bluetooth and tri-band support, the 6230i will cost around €350, excluding taxes. Silver-grey, black and iPod-matching white versions are available.
'The Nokia 6230i is the successor to one of the most popular camera phones Nokia has brought to the marketplace,' said Aage Snorgaard, vice president, Mobile Phones. 'With the Nokia 6230i, we are offering a broader feature set in the same classic design. We made a great phone even better.'
The tri-band Nokia 6021 is described as an affordable business-oriented phone and includes push-to-talk technology, and voice activated dialing. It includes both Bluetooth and infra-red.
It has an estimated pre-tax price of €200.
The €150 Nokia 6030 has a good selection of contemporary 'consumer' mobile features, such as a calendar and alarm clock, MMS and an FM radio. Four colour options are provided: black, silver, champagne and red.
The Nokia 6230i and the Nokia 6021 are expected to start shipping in the second quarter and the Nokia 6030 in the third quarter of 2005.
Pictured from left to to right: 6230i; 6021; 6030.
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