Nokia Camera Phone – The New Member Of The Family
Nokia today continued the expansion of its CDMA phone lineup with the debut of its seventh new CDMA phone in 2003, the Nokia 6225 camera phone.
The compact Nokia 6225 phone weighs less than 3.5 ounces, and features a built-in VGA camera, high-resolution color screen, GPS support for carriers implementing E911 systems, infrared connectivity, an integrated FM radio and a hands-free speakerphone.
The cdma2000 1X Nokia 6225 phone, powered by Nokia's own CDMA2000 1X chipset, is expected to be available in the Americas and Asia-Pacific regions during the fourth quarter of 2003.
The Nokia 6225 phone employs the familiar, easy-to-use Nokia Series 40 user interface, making the most used functions quickly accessible, including the camera feature, which can be activated with just two button presses.
Once a picture is taken, Multimedia Messaging Service capability allows the image, along with text, to easily be sent to another compatible phone or e-mail address. The Nokia 6225 phone also includes SMS functionality for the widest range of communication options.
Mobile imaging continues to find its way into the hands of people around the world, and the introduction of the Nokia 6225 phone brings Nokia's popular style and easy-to-use interface to CDMA customers looking to join the ranks of wireless imaging users, said Soren Petersen, senior vice president and general manager of Nokia's CDMA business unit.
With entry-level, business-class, and now imaging phones, Nokia continues to expand its product portfolio and reinforce its position as a full line vendor of CDMA2000 1X handsets.
The Nokia 6225 boasts a full color 128x128 pixel screen and the capability to download new entertainment and productivity-focused Java applications via the built-in wireless browser. For additional personalization, users can choose from a selection of eight on-screen color schemes, use an image from the built-in camera as an idle screen wallpaper, or download their favorite high-fidelity 16 channel polyphonic MIDI ring tones.
When the situation calls for productivity over personalization, the Nokia 6225 phone can use its CDMA2000 1X capability for access to high-speed wireless networks, either using the wireless browser, or connected to a PC via infrared or cable.
Additional features include a synchronizable address book for up to 500 contacts, a calendar with notes and reminders, voice dialing with support for up to 25 numbers, a voice memo recorder with up to 3 minutes of recording time and voice commands to activate up to 10 most-used features. A full line of optional Nokia Original Enhancements make the Nokia 6225 phone even more powerful.
The available Music Stand and Stereo Headset enhance the FM radio functionality of the Nokia 6225 phone, while a selection of handsfree devices including a retractable headset, headrest handsfree and boom-style headset make it even more convenient to use.
There is also an available Loopset enhancement to facilitate use of the Nokia 6225 phone by customers who use a t-coil equipped hearing aid.
Mathew Bold contributes and publishes news editorial to http://www.cellular-camera-phones.com.
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