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Old 14-06-2004, 09:46 AM
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New Nokia 6630 3G Smartphone

Nokia have announced the 6630 at their Nokia Connection Event. The phone works on 3G (WCDMA), EDGE and GSM networks. It includes a 1 MP camera. It has 74 MB of memory in standard configuration and MMC card support.


Technical Specifications:

Operating System:
Series 60 Developer Platform 2.0
Symbian 7.0s

Java Technology:
CLDC 1.1
MIDP 2.0
Nokia UI API
Wireless Messaging API (JSR-120)
Mobile Media API (JSR-135)
Bluetooth API (JSR-82)
FileConnection and PIM API (JSR-75)
Mobile 3D Graphics API (JSR-184)

Browser:
WAP 2.0
XHTML over TCP/IP
HTML over TCP/IP

Messaging:
SMS
MMS+SMIL

Digital Rights Management:
OMA DRM v1.0
Delivery Method:
WAP Downloand
MMS

Video Support:
3GPP formats (H.263)
MPEG-4
RealVideo

Sound Formats:
MIDI tones (poly )
SP-MIDI
AMR (NB-AMR)
True Tones (WB-AMR)
WAV
MP3
AAC
RealAudio

Band Functionality:
WCDMA/GSM
Operating Frequency:
900 / 1800 / 1900

Regional Availability:
Europe
Africa
Asia-Pacific
Americas

Screen Display:
Color Depth: 65536 Colors (16 bit)
Resolution: 176 x 208

Physical Measurements:
Dimensions: 110 x 60 x 20.6 mm
Weight: 127 g

Memory:
Shared Memory for Storage: 10 MB


Keypad Descriptions:
Grid key mat
2 labeled soft keys
5-way scrolling

Local Connectivity:
Bluetooth
USB

Network Data Support:
GPRS
EGPRS
WCDMA

Extra Features:
1.3 megapixel camera w/ 6x digital zoom
SMTP/POP3/IMAP4 email
MP3/AAC player
Word/Powerpoint viewer
Real Player
Handsfree speaker
Wallet
SyncML
RSMMC



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Nokia Press Release:
Nokia goes full speed ahead with world's smallest 3G megapixel phone
June 14, 2004

Nokia 6630 is designed for smart, sharp and fast mobile working

Helsinki, Finland, June 14, 2004 - Nokia today marked a breakthrough in mobile communications with the introduction of the Nokia 6630, the world's first mobile phone to combine the benefits of 3G, EDGE and the leading smartphone platform Series 60. Offering always-connected email, mobile broadband access to multimedia content, live video streaming and video conferencing, the compact Nokia 6630 phone makes 3G a reality for a growing number of people.
"As the latest addition to our WCDMA portfolio, the Nokia 6630 shows our firm commitment to deliver intelligent and attractive 3G devices to the mass market that can be configured and customized to meet the demands of consumers, operators and trade customers," says Anssi Vanjoki, Executive Vice President & General Manager, Multimedia, Nokia. "The Nokia 6630 is built for speed and smart working. It offers high-quality performance with leading operating times as well as mobile broadband connections to a growing number of 3G customers."

Personal information management is raised to a new level in 3G environments as email, including attachments, can be downloaded and viewed at mobile broadband speeds of up to 384 kbps. Nokia 6630 users can automatically receive an alert of incoming email, and send email with speeds of up to 128 kilobits per second. The Nokia Mobile VPN client enables secure access to corporate Intranets or email servers. Uniquely, the Nokia 6630 is the only handset introduced to date that it is designed to work on 3G (WCDMA), EDGE and 2G networks around the world.

With 1.23 million effective pixels in its camera, and a host of digital imaging features, the Nokia 6630 is the most advanced camera phone introduced in the GSM market to date. The vast range of imaging features include 1 to 6x variable digital zoom for picture and video capture, manual exposure control, sequence mode for fast picture capture, up to 1 hour of video recording and wireless printing directly from the handset utilizing solutions by HP and Kodak. Users can take pictures and record video at the click of a single button, and share their favorite images in any number of ways. With the built-in memory and in-box MultiMediaCard (MMC), the Nokia 6630 features 74MB of memory in its standard configuration, making it easy to store images, videos, music and other multimedia content.

For those seeking entertainment, the Nokia 6630 phone offers a digital MP3 music player and real-time video streaming on its bright color display. The mobile broadband capacity of WCDMA networks enables the Nokia 6630 imaging phone to show high-quality, real-time video streaming and support videoconference calling. The RealOne mobile player supports the large existing base of Real-formatted video content and new 3GPP content designed for mobile devices.

Optional enhancements for the Nokia 6630 include an attachable flash for brighter pictures, a wireless Bluetooth keyboard for easier data input and the Advanced Car Kit for convenient hands-free communication in the car environment.

The Nokia 6630 is based on Symbian OS. It is a tri-band phone for GSM 900/1800/1900, EDGE and WCDMA networks. Weighing 127 grams and measuring 110 x 60 x 20.6 mm, it is world's smallest megapixel phone for GSM and WCDMA networks. The Nokia 6630 is planned to be available during the fourth quarter of 2004, and the estimated, unsubsidized sales price of the Nokia 6630 is expected to be less than 500.
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Old 14-06-2004, 12:57 PM
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HAHAHAA, gimee,gimee

This is the one, says MP3 play so MUST be stereo....surely

Says MMC but be reduced size knowing my luck

1.2 megapixel, hrs video record, has put that 7610 on E-Bay boys

Hope Three gets it for pay-go, subsidised, ******ed,, bang in me 02 sim and bob's yer uncle.

AND! it looks good
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Old 14-06-2004, 02:42 PM
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Thumbs up Looks Excellent - Always on Email [RIM?]

Yes - looks great.

Curious - does the 'always on email' use the recently signed agreement with RIM do you think?

also VPN... wow - impressed. Just need to ensure the operators open those ports.

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Old 14-06-2004, 03:03 PM
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OK. According to www.symbian.com, 6630 uses Symbian OS 8 but Rafe said it uses Symbian OS 7s. Which one is it?

Quote:
Nokia 6630 coming soon
Symbian OS v8.0
Series 60 Developer Platform
1.23 million effective pixel camera
1 to 6x variable digital zoom for picture and video capture
tri-band phone: GSM 900/1800/1900
optimization for 3G (WCDMA), EDGE and 2G networks worldwide
digital MP3 music player
real-time video streaming
74 Mb of memory
http://www.symbian.com/phones/index.html#6630
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Old 14-06-2004, 03:54 PM
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I got the specs from Nokia. However I wouldn't be suprised if it were Symbian 8. Certainly Series 60 second edition will be using that I imagine.
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Mobileburn say that the memory card is a reduced size MMC.

FFS!!

Going to e-mail Nokia, what the fook are they doing to me,who's goddam bright idea was this?

If it is RSMMC ,sorry but can get a better phone from Samsung.

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Old 16-06-2004, 10:56 AM
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If it is RSMMC ,sorry but can get a better phone from Samsung.
"Better" is a relative/subjective thing, but which Samsung model is a GSM/GPRS/WCDMA phone?

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Old 16-06-2004, 04:48 PM
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And which Samsung model(with an actual release date)runs on Symbian OS.
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Old 16-06-2004, 04:58 PM
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OoOOH , you know the one, I guess I like it cos it reminds me of my old 7650.

Lovely little baby.

As for 3G....er whats the point of that?

If you get a 3G sim, you kiss surfing goodbye.

Not only do they wall in the 3G, but there's no GPRS.

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Old 16-06-2004, 05:03 PM
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Wi Fi is the way forward
Check this article, it's obvious of course, but as the word gets out, lots of people will start doing this, imagine how many broadband links there are in a city, if they all had a WiFi router on the end.....WiFi phone's would clear up.

http://www.newhouse.com/archive/story1c070302.html

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Old 23-06-2004, 04:34 AM
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hmm i really like this phone, i bet ill buy it as soon as it comes out, even though i dont need it

The only thing i dont really like is the design. Be happier if it had an all around curved design more like 6600 instead of Rectangle top and circle bottom.

Features are awesome though, im sure that would make me get over the looks pretty quick smart

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Old 23-06-2004, 01:50 PM
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Hmmmm now i cant make up my mind. I initially made up my mind to get the 9500 when it comes out. But I simply cant ignore the cool features of this phone. Argggghh! Maybe I might end up getting both of them

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Im contented with my 6600. I am hoping though that this gadget could be a phone as well. Check this out. http://www.oqo.com
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I've seen the ogo concept long time ago.It won't feature a phone.Its too big for a phone anyway and too small for a laptop.Although the hardware is really impressive the keyboard can't be used for touch-typing but on as a thumb-board.I preffer the 9500.
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Hmm... Im Really Interested On This Model .. Hmm... Can You Tell Me When Will It Be Released In The Philippines and How Much is This Model .Thank You Very Much ! ! !
 

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