[AI] Six Mobile Devices Based on S60

FARHAN m_farhanahmed26 at yahoo.ca
Fri Feb 15 01:50:21 EST 2008

thanks for the information. But can we use talks on these devices? I mean, 
When it'll launch to the markit? I think you've mention about that, but can 
you explain it?
waw waw! great information!
but sony aricsion mobile phone also think about that.
have a nice day,Farhan.
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Subject: [AI] Six Mobile Devices Based on S60

> Six Mobile Devices Based on S60
> News Staff
> At the ongoing Mobile World Congress, Nokia, LG, and
> Samsung have together announced six new mobile devices
> based on S60 third edition.
> Nokia has announced four devices, including the Nokia
> N96, N78, Nokia 6220 Classic, and Nokia 6210
> Navigator. Meanwhile, LG Electronics and Samsung have
> announced one device each: the LG-KT610 and the
> Samsung G810.
> First the successor to the Nokia N95, the dual-slide
> N96, is optimized for video and television, and packs
> a 2.8-inches screen, 16GB of internal memory,
> and support for high-quality videos in a wide range of
> formats. It is expected to begin shipping in the third
> quarter of 2008.
> The N78 is a multimedia computer, and combines music,
> navigation, and photography with mobility. Expected to
> start shipping during the second quarter of
> 2008, the device is designed to take advantage of the
> new suite of services, including Music Store, Maps,
> and Share on Ovi, which was also announced at
> the event.
> The Nokia 6220 Classic is a full-featured device that
> combines a 5 mega pixels camera with A-GPS
> functionality. Users can take high quality images and
> videos which can be snapped, tagged, edited, and
> shared online, phone-to-phone, or even viewed on TV.
> The list of four phones also includes the Nokia 6210
> Navigator, which is the company's first GPS-enabled
> mobile device with an integrated compass for
> pedestrian
> guidance. It packs Nokia Maps 2.0, also announced at
> the event, and includes full voice- and visual- turn
> by turn guidance at no extra cost.
> The Nokia 6220 Classic and the 6210 Navigator are
> expected to start shipping in the third quarter of
> 2008.
> Of the remaining two S60 devices, the LG-KT610 is a
> GPS-enabled candy bar with a 2.4-inches VGA flip
> screen holding a PC-like Qwerty keypad; while the
> Samsung G810 is a multimedia device featuring a 5 mega
> pixels camera and Wi-Fi connectivity among others.
> Both the LG-KT610 and the Samsung G810 have HSDPA
> connectivity at 3.6 Mbps, allowing users to enjoy
> multimedia features at higher data download speeds.
> With the launch of the six new devices, the total
> number of S60 devices launched has increased to 73.
> Nokia claims that S60 software built on Symbian OS
> has already shipped on more smart phones than any
> other platform.
> Over 150 million S60 devices had cumulatively been
> shipped by the end of January 2008, and over a third
> of these are S60 3rd Edition.
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