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Mar 11, 2006 16:18 # 42229

andromacha *** smiles...

My new Nokia

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Now, let me tell you that this little jewel is just gorgeous. I already love it incredibly much, and it is just perfect for me.
But, aside from telling you that it is cute and pretty cheap for the good phone it is (199 Euros is not so much afterall), let's get to the specs:

Voice
Voice dialing
Voice commands
Voice recording3
Integrated handsfree speaker
Speed dial up to 8 names (keys 2-9)
Last-number redial from dialed calls list (Dial key brings out the dialed calls list)
Automatic redial
Automatic answer (works with headset or car kit only)
Call waiting, call hold, call divert, call timer
Caller identification with image
Conference call (up to 5 participants)1
Vibrating alert
Setting Wizard tools for easy configuration
Keypad lock
Personal security code

Multimedia Messaging Service
New, easy-to-use interface for express audio messages: record your own voice message and send to compatible devices1
Send and receive messages containing text, an audio clip, and an image or video clip to other compatible devices (maximum message size: up to 100 Kb)1,14
Email: supports SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4 protocols1
Predictive text input
Instant Messaging and Presence-enhanced contacts: check the status of your friends before you call them1

Camera
Integrated VGA camera (resolution 640 x 480 pixels) with dedicated camera button
Phone displays used as viewfinders: use the larger internal display to take normal pictures, use the small external display to take self-portraits
Standard, portrait, and night mode
Gallery for storing and editing images
Three image-quality options: high, normal, basic

Video
Image and video clip uploading to the web1
Integrated video recorder: 3GPP spec (H.263 video and AMR audio packed in .3gp format)
Video recording and playback

Display and User Interface
Main Display: Active matrix LCD supports up to 65,536 colors
Resolution 128x160 pixels, 1.8" active area
Five-way navigation key including select key
Configurable right and left soft keys
List or grid menu format
Mini Display: External mini display: supports up to 4,096 colors (96 x 65 pixels)

Connectivity
Infrared
USB with Pop-Port™
Local synchronization of picture gallery, contacts and calendar to PC using PC Suite4
Remote over-the-air synchronization with SyncML
Integrated XHTML browser1,2,12
Java™ MIDP 2.0
EDGE: Mobile broadband access with upload up to 59.2 kbps and download up to 177.6 kbps. Note: Actual achieved speeds may vary depending on network support
GPRS class 10: download speed up to 85.6 kbps, uplink speed up to 42.8 kbps
HSCSD class 6: downlink speed up to 43.2 kbps, uplink speed up to 28.8 kbps
Hearing aid support with the LPS-4 Loopset, TTY/TDD device support with the HDA-10 adapter6

Organization
Shared memory of 4.4 MB for user data: contacts, text messages, multimedia messages, ringing tones, images, video clips, calendar notes, to-do list, and applications†
Alarm clock
Notes
Calendar
To-do list
Stopwatch
Countdown timer

Personalization & Fun
FM stereo radio (requires headset, sold separately)
Integrated video player: 3GPP spec (H.263 video, MPEG-4, and AMR audio packed in .3gp format)
Use MP3 tracks for ringing/alert tones, as well as MIDI/polyphonic tones
Over-the-air download of Java™-based applications and games
Ringing tones: True Tones, polyphonic tones, mp3
Themes: possibility to download new themes

Specifications
Weight: 3.42 Ounces
Dimensions: 3.35 x 1.77 x 0.95 inches
Two color displays: 128 x 160 pixel internal display with up to 65,536 colors and external mini display
Indicators for battery power and signal strength

Service
Tri-band GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz

Heh sorry, I know that the specs are a little long, but afterall this is really a good phone indeed. Null will probably love to tease me, as he already did when I gave him my new number, but Nokias are really good phones. And besides, Italy is part of Europe, and Nokia (for those who don't know it) is a European company. So let's try to boost our own economy, instead of buying phones made in China, Japan or USA. Nokias probably cost more, but I think that their quality is superior as well as their technical assistance (at least here in Italy). This is my third Nokia, and I don't think I will ever change brand :)

Oh and btw. I am even happier, because this phone was bought with part of the money that came from my first paycheck :)

Italy no longer accepts illegal immigrants. Mr. B sink their boats!!!!!!!


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