The Nokia 7650 will be the world’s first 2.5G Symbian OS mobile phone with advanced messaging and imaging capabilities, featuring an inbuilt camera, enhanced user interface and a large color display. Based on Symbian OS v6.1, with support for GPRS as well as HSCSD connections, WAP, Bluetooth, SyncML, infrared capability, email, MIDP Java support and multimedia messaging (MMS). Check out infoSync’s review on the Nokia 7650, as well as the new Nokia 5210 and Nokia 6510. Sony Ericsson plans to release a phone with a digital camera next year as well. More pictures of Nokia’s new phones here and from Nokia’s Asia-Pacific site.
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