Today, at CeBIT 2008, T-Mobile and Nokia announced the Nokia 6650, a stylish and easy to use device optimized for use with T-Mobile services. The 6650 is available exclusively for T-Mobile International customers and offers a QVGA 2.2” display with 16M colors, built in GPS, a 2 megapixel camera and a bunch of other features.
Espoo, Finland – Today, at CeBIT 2008, T-Mobile and Nokia announced the Nokia 6650, a stylish and easy to use device optimized for use with T-Mobile services. Available exclusively for T-Mobile International customers, the Nokia 6650 is equipped with the latest wireless features, such as an integrated GPS and multimedia player, allowing T-Mobile customers easy access to a wide range of services such as web’n’walk, MyFaves, Mobile Jukebox and NaviGate.
The Nokia 6650 will be available from T-Mobile during the third quarter at T-Mobile sales points across Europe at a very attractive price. In Germany for example, the Nokia 6650 will retail for just 1 euro together with the Relax 100 rate.
The Nokia 6650 – exclusive multimedia device
The stylish, stainless-steel clad fold design is equipped with state-of-the-art multimedia features and supports T-Mobile’s services such as web’n’walk, a service that allows easy access to the Internet on mobile devices. High-speed HSDPA data connectibity enables fast web browsing and downloading while the 2.2″ TFT QVGA color display can display up to 16 million colours, making browsing and viewing photos, videos and menus a pleasure. T-Mobile service My Faves keeps you in touch with the people that matter the most while benefiting from the device’s extensive talk time. Mobile Jukebox users will appreciate the dedicated keys for the music player. Furthermore, the Nokia 6650 has built-in AGPS (assisted GPS) to enable quick positioning with NaviGate route management.
The Nokia 6650 comes with a 2 megapixel camera with flash, 30 MB of internal memory and a micro SD card slot, FM radio and many other features. Images and videos can be uploaded to the web, sent from phone to phone via a wireless Bluetooth connection, or viewed in full color on the device’s large display.
Source: Nokia Press