Nokia 6275 : Today at Nokia's annual global showcase of a new mobile devices, Nokia Connection 2006, Nokia unveiled a new CDMA handset, which brings megapixel-plus cameras and Bluetooth wireless technology to the mid-range segment. The Nokia 6275 phone integrates a high-resolution 2-megapixel camera. "More and more customers are recognizing and embracing the benefits of the newest mobile technologies, imaging and Bluetooth wireless technology being two of the most popular of these new features. This new mid-range phone is designed to both satisfy this demand, and to introduce consumers to other new features that will enhance their mobile experience," said Timo Ihamuotila, senior vice president of Nokia's CDMA business unit.
Nokia 6275 - 2 megapixel camera
With a high-resolution 262,144 color 240 x 320 pixel QVGA screen and framed by a real stainless steel accent band, the sleek Nokia 6275 phone immediately captures the eye. However, what truly sets the Nokia 6275 phone apart from the pack is what is found inside. Along with Bluetooth wireless technology and a 2 megapixel camera with flash and video capture capability, the Nokia 6275 phone features a built-in digital music player and support for up to a 2 GB microSD memory card.
Nokia 6275 - Music player
Supporting a wide variety of music formats - including MP3, AAC and eAAC+, the Nokia 6275 phone can hold up to thousands of music files on an optional 2 GB memory card. Additional features of the Nokia 6275 phone include an integrated FM radio, support for streaming audio and video content, and the ability to play back MP3 and eAAC+ "real music" ring tones. The Nokia 6275 phone measures just 4.3 inches long, 1.7 inches wide and .7 inches thick (109 x 42.8 x 17.2 mm) and weighs 3.7 ounces (105 g).
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