Nokia 6670 brings Bluetooth GPS to smartphones

Posted on Friday, Sep 24 2004 @ 12:33 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
In a compact design and based on Symbian Series 60, the new tri-band Nokia 6670 offers document viewers for reading e-mail attachments, personal information management (PIM) features, web browser with support for PDF files, and faster data input with the Nokia Wireless Keyboard previously released. Users can also print their emails or images directly from the handset via Bluetooth wireless technology.

In addition to the high-resolution color display of 65,536 colors, and the 4x digital zoom for both pictures and video recording, the Nokia 6670 smartphone allows for quick and convenient capturing, printing, storing and sending of megapixel-quality (1152 X 864 pixels) images as well as video. The new photo editor application also enables enhancing the images instantly on the phone screen with crop, frame, autofix, and text-adding functionalities.

More info at GeekZone


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