Two new Nokia mobile phones - the Nokia 3650 imaging phone and the funky Nokia 3510i phone - were unveiled on September 6.
The introduction of the Nokia 3650 today clearly marks the beginning of a new era for the Series 60, the software platform of choice for developing and deploying applications that harness multimedia messaging, content downloading and browsing in a small and dynamic package. The Nokia 3650 is the first product to give the Series 60 platform global availability by operating wherever there are GSM 900/1800/1900 GPRS networks available throughout Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas.
The Nokia 3510i phone delivers a high-quality color display, MMS and JavaTM technologies in a trendy package.
Make a statement with the new Nokia 3650 imaging phone. The 4096-color screen, funky design, and icon-based navigation have all been designed for easy video (Camcorder) and picture shooting and sending. You can capture video clips with Camcorder and play them with RealOne Player. Send, receive, and forward multimedia messages, download Java and Symbian applications, and talk on five continents. And even with all this fancy stuff inside, it still looks good on the outside. Just like you.
Get the Picture
The exciting new Nokia 3650 is a complete tool for capturing and
sharing experiences. Create your own full-color story with the built-in camera (Camcorder) and then make it fly with pictures, video, voice and text using multimedia messaging technology. Shoot video with Camcorder and play video clips and
movie trailers using Real One Player. Get the picture? You will.
Tailor the functionality of your Nokia 3650 imaging phone by
downloading Symbian and Java applications. Want some fun new games? What about a handy application like a calendar, dictionary, or map? Look no further than Club Nokia and Nokia Software Market.
Life is what you make it with the new Nokia 3510i. With a
vibrant new full color screen, you can send, receive, and forward multimedia messages that include images, text, and sound. You can also set your own full color wallpaper to keep your phone lively while you're not using it. Download Java"
games and applications, polyphonic ringing tones, and graphics from Club Nokia, and you've got a phone that's as unique as you are.
Sometimes you have to be there to get it, right? Not anymore. With its full-color
screen, the Nokia 3510i is made for multimedia messaging, otherwise known as MMS. You can send, forward and receive multimedia messages that include images, text, and sound to other MMS-enabled phones, so you can keep up to speed on what's
happening and what's important to you.
Did someone send you a picture-perfect image in an MMS? Turn the images you
receive into personalized wallpaper - colorful images that appear on your phone display while the phone is idle. Or just surf over to the Club Nokia WAP site at mobile.club.nokia.com to find ready-to-download color wallpaper designed
specifically to show off the high-resolution color display of the Nokia 3510i. Life is in color, and so is the Nokia 3510i.
Get in the Game
What kind of games do you like to play best? Java technology means it's easier
than ever to customize your phone with the games and applications you want. The Nokia 3510i phone comes preloaded with a few Java games - but if these aren't your style, just delete them and then replace them with others that do. To get a
little added grip during a game - and better control - get a fun and functional Gaming cover with radical design and 4-way scrolling.
The days of old fashioned, monophonic ringing tones are over! Nokia 3510i has got
ringing tones that are polyphonic and are played through a speaker (rather than an ordinary buzzer), which means that you get vastly improved sound quality for melodious ringing tones, message alerts, and gaming sounds.
One of the most impressive features are the Polyphonic Ringtones which are already a huge success in Japan! If you don't know how Polyphonic Ringtones sounds,
check it out here. In total, specially the 3650 features are great, however I always wonder why Nokia starts to redesign a phone keyboard? At least it's
still a cell phone and therefore I expect a phone keyboard, not this Gameyboy styled keyboard...
Cheers ~ Arne
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