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    its official...
    Nokia 7600 develops a new design statement for mobility

    Launched in conjunction with the 100% Design exhibition in London, Nokia
    today announced the radically shaped Nokia 7600 phone combining 3G
    capability with the latest mobile imaging features in a futuristic exterior.
    Taking Nokia design to a new level, the device incorporates a 65,000 color
    screen as the heart and soul of its front face. The Nokia 7600 enables
    people to capture pictures and videos, send and receive multimedia messages*
    and mobile email and listen to music. With this phone, people can also take
    advantage of the increased speed of the next generation of mobile networks
    by watching good quality live video content directly from their handsets.
    Weighing a mere 123 grams and measuring 87mm x 78 mm x 18.6 mm, the Nokia
    7600 is one of the lightest and smallest GSM/WCDMA phones in the world.

    Operating in GSM900/1800 as well as WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple
    Access) networks, the Nokia 7600 is expected to be available in volume in
    Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia-Pacific in fourth quarter of 2003.
    WCDMA is a third-generation mobile wireless technology offering much higher
    data speeds and better quality of service to mobile and portable wireless
    devices than current mobile networks.

    Enhancing the exclusive design of the Nokia 7600, a limited edition series
    of 1000 phones in special sales packages will be available through a
    selection of high-quality lifestyle shops in Europe, including Conran Shop
    (London), Asplunds (Stockholm), Colette (Paris), Corso Como 10 (Milan),
    Vincon (Barcelona), Quartier 206 (Berlin), and Wittgenstein (Munich).

    "Representing a unique marriage between technology and design, the Nokia
    7600 is not only an object that expresses the personality of its owner, but
    it is also at the cutting edge of mobile communications," says Juha
    Putkiranta, Senior Vice President, Imaging Business Unit, Nokia Mobile
    Phones. "Once again, Nokia is taking design to new levels while expanding
    our portfolio of next generation devices. The Nokia 7600 allows people to be
    their most creative while taking advantage of the quality and flexibility of
    3G networks, without compromising on the essential basics of product size
    and battery life."

    The Nokia 7600 phone opens a new door to the world of multimedia
    communications. People can view pictures taken with its VGA camera on an
    illuminated display with over 65,000 colors, as well as capture video clips,
    with audio, of up to 2,5 minutes each. In a WCDMA network, it is possible to
    send and receive video clips and pictures even during a phone call. The
    device also allows people to enjoy high-quality audiovisual content, such as
    real-time music videos or television news, as they are downloaded via the
    mobile Internet. **

    The integrated MP3/AAC music player can play up to 50 minutes of near
    CD-quality music saved on the internal memory of the device. Music and other
    content can be downloaded using mobile services while on the move or locally
    from a compatible PC via infrared, Bluetooth or USB connection. With the
    XHTML browser, users can browse graphically rich mobile services. Other
    features of the phone include polyphonic ring tones, support for Java
    applications and a data connection speed of up to 384 kilobits per second in
    WCDMA networks. The phone has talk time of up to 4 hours in GSM networks and
    up to 2,9 hours in WCDMA, and stand-by time is up to 12,5 days in both

    Coinciding with the launch, Nokia also unveiled the Nokia Image Frame for
    displaying and sharing digital pictures on a bookshelf or desk, for
    instance. The Nokia Image Frame will come in two versions. The infrared only
    version, available from fourth quarter of 2003, allows owners of Nokia 7600
    and other infrared capable devices to send and then display up to 50
    pictures viewed one at a time or as a slideshow on its color display. In the
    first quarter of 2004, Nokia will add a second Image Frame to the
    enhancements portfolio featuring a slot for a SIM card. It enables receiving
    pictures also via MMS.

    About Nokia
    Nokia is the world leader in mobile communications. Backed by its
    experience, innovation, user-friendliness and secure solutions, the company
    has become the leading supplier of mobile phones and a leading supplier of
    mobile, fixed broadband and IP networks. By adding mobility to the Internet
    Nokia creates new opportunities for companies and further enriches the daily
    lives of people. Nokia is a broadly held company with listings on six major

    Further information:

    Nokia Mobile Phones
    Tel: +358 7180 45667
    E-mail: [email protected]

    Tel: +358 7180 34900
    E-mail: [email protected]

    Pictures of the Nokia 7600 and Nokia image frame are available at

    Journalists are welcome to join Nokia's audio conference to hear the details
    of the Nokia 7600 and new fashion enhancements at
    starting at 3.00 p.m. UK time today September 25, 2003.

    Notes to the editors:
    *Please note that the MMS related services are dependent on the network as
    well as on the compatibility of the devices used and the content formats

    **Please note that the streaming functionality in the Nokia 7600 is an
    operator dependent feature and requires network support.

    See More: Nokia 7600

  2. #2

    Re: Nokia 7600

    Scary, ugly device. They've lost their marbles.

  3. #3

    Re: Nokia 7600

    On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 09:10:27 -0400, <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Scary, ugly device. They've lost their marbles.

    what the 'kin hell is it??

  4. #4

    Re: Nokia 7600

    On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 22:17:51 +0100, eggster2k
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 09:10:27 -0400, <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>Scary, ugly device. They've lost their marbles.

    >what the 'kin hell is it??

    good spec phone though.

  5. #5
    Philip Henderson

    Re: Nokia 7600

    "eggster2k" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 22:17:51 +0100, eggster2k
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 09:10:27 -0400, <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >
    > >>Scary, ugly device. They've lost their marbles.
    > >>

    > >
    > >what the 'kin hell is it??

    > good spec phone though.

    About time too.

    Pity it's so damn ugly.


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