Nokia unveils phones and Bluetooth devices

Nokia took the wraps off its latest mobile phones and Bluetooth wireless network devices at a conference in Barcelona.

Nokia took the wraps off its latest mobile phones and Bluetooth wireless network devices at a conference in Barcelona.

The Nokia 7650 sports a colour display, built-in digital camera, photograph album, GPRS services and support for multimedia messaging. The device enables users to take photos and send them by e-mail, and combine audio, graphics and text into messages, according to Nokia.

The 7650, which is an extended GSM (EGSM) phone, will be available in Europe, Africa and Asia in the second quarter of 2002. Pricing information was not immediately available.

Nokia's 5210 WAP phone has a built-in thermometer and clock. The Nokia 6510 offers features such as a mobile wallet, FM radio tuner, and WAP and GPRS services. The devices will ship in Europe, Africa and Asia in the first quarter of 2002. No pricing terms were available.

Nokia also unveiled three devices that use the Bluetooth wireless personal area networking protocol. The company will ship its Nokia Connectivity Card and Wireless Headset and Car Kit to European and Asian customers in the first quarter of next year. All three devices employ the Bluetooth 1.1 specification. Prices were not immediately provided.

Further information
Nokia: www.nokia.com

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