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Tuesday, 21 August 2007 12:15

Nokia brings out flip 3G phone

Written by test

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The 6555 arrives


Nokia has
 announced a new flip-style 3G handset, the 6555. It will be available in two colours, black and silver or black and red. It features a special hinge that gives it a smooth back when it’s opened.

 

Apart from 3G, the 6555 features quad band GSM and Bluetooth, although Nokia didn’t specify which version in the press release. Further features include an external analog clock, a 240x320 internal display and an external digital camera.

 

Memory expansion is via microSD cards and the 6555 has 30MB of built in memory. The 6555 also features what Nokia calls a video sharing ability, although we’re not quite sure what this is, as no information was revealed in the press release.

 

The 6555 is expected to retail for aroud €200 excluding tax. You can find some additional pictures here   

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