Heres some new handsets about to be anounced! there are more pics but i can only post 5
Heres some new handsets about to be anounced! there are more pics but i can only post 5
more pics from the show!
Very Good Work!
NOKIA PRESS RELEASE November 28, 2006
Nokia gives consumers greater choice with four new mobile phones
New models offer balance of design and functionality for every lifestyle and budget
Amsterdam, The Netherlands - At Nokia's annual Capital Market Days taking place in Amsterdam today, Nokia announced four new mobile phones including three mid-range models -- the Nokia 6300, Nokia 6290 and the Nokia 6086 -- as well as the Nokia 2626 targeted to consumers in entry markets. All four models are expected to begin shipping in the first quarter of 2007.
Kai Oistamo, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Mobile Phones for Nokia unveiled the new models along with the company's vision for the next year. "These new products underscore our commitment to offer a range of mobile phones that give consumers a choice in selecting the right balance of technology and design to meet their lifestyle and budget."
The four new mobile phones launched at Nokia Capital Market Days are:
Nokia 6300 - Clean styling, compact size
The Nokia 6300 is a mid-range model that represents an evolution of the modern monoblock design. Less than 13.1mm thin, the slim Nokia 6300 has a stainless steel frame that adds both design interest and strength. In addition to its organic curves and appealing design, the Nokia 6300 offers a robust range of easy-to-use features. The estimated retail price of the Nokia 6300 is ?250 before subsidies or taxes.
Nokia 6290 Smartphone - advanced technology made simple
The Nokia 6290 smartphone combines the collective power of S60 3rd Edition and 3G in an easy-to-use, attractively designed package. It supports a number of practical new features, multiple alarms and handy Quick Cover access keys which enable instant access to a wide range of the device's useful features, including an interactive world travel application. The estimated retail price of the Nokia 6290 is ?325 before subsidies or taxes.
Nokia 6086 Cameraphone - Compelling feature set, seamless connectivity
The Nokia 6086 allows consumers to stay in touch - in any environment. This quad-band GSM and UMA-enabled cameraphone hides its sophisticated circuitry in a classic design with a large keypad and intuitive user menu. The estimated retail price of the Nokia 6086 is ?200 before subsidies or taxes.
Nokia 2626 - Tune into style
The Nokia 2626 is a colorful mobile phone designed for style-conscious consumers in emerging markets. The Nokia 2626 will be available in a range of bold colors, such as Fiery Red and Spatial Blue, and includes an FM radio for music on the go. The estimated retail price of the Nokia 2626 is ?75 before subsidies or taxes.
Nokia does a good job this time for keeping everything secret.
And it really responses to the demand of thin phone market with the Nokia 6300
I'll keep this post to talk about the S40 phones and a new one for the s60 one.
Tell me 6300 isn't the real 6233 successor - please It resemles 6234 and 3230 to me, which weren't the nicest designs imo.
erm...what's the black thing in that pic ?
i was wondering the exact same thing.. something looks reaaly nice... that's for sure!
The Nokia 6086: Compelling features and seamless connectivity
November 28, 2006
Amsterdam, The Netherlands - At Nokia's annual Capital Market Days taking place in Amsterdam today, Nokia unveiled its latest multimode UMA (Unlicensed Mobile Access) handset, the Nokia 6086, allowing consumers to stay in touch - in any environment. Designed for consumers who strive for simplicity and value for money, the quad-band GSM and UMA-enabled cameraphone hides its sophisticated circuitry within a classic design with a large keypad and intuitive user menu. The Nokia 6086 is expected to begin shipping during the first quarter of 2007 with an anticipated retail price of ?200 before subsidies or taxes.
"The key to the success of the Nokia 6086 - and UMA technology for that matter - is the seamless consumer experience," says Kai Oistamo, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Mobile Phones, Nokia. "Based on a number of successful UMA trials, the Nokia 6086 has proven to be a top-performer, flawlessly switching from quad-band GSM to WLAN coverage, as the environment demands. The Nokia 6086 successfully integrates the radio technologies making them completely transparent to the consumer."
Other standard features of the Nokia 6086 phone include:
- Camcorder and video player
- Wire-free enhancement use and synchronization via Bluetooth
- VGA camera with 4X digital zoom
- 6MB free user memory and microSD slot to enable storage of your favorite music
- Up to 5 hours of talk time, 10 days of standby
With UMA technology, the Nokia 6086 benefits operators as well, allowing them to deliver voice and data services to their subscriber base over WLAN, decreasing their costs related to network deployment and dramatically increasing mobile service availability.
Orange will be one of the first operators to offer the Nokia 6086 phone. The handset will be added to Orange's Unik (UMA) offer which was announced in September and has been launched in France, the Netherlands, UK and soon in Spain and Poland.
"Our Unik offer combines the best of fixed and mobile within a single handset, allowing customers to use one phone to meet all their needs - with one number, one address book, one voice mail and one bill," says Yves Maitre, Vice President, Devices, Orange. "Already customers can choose from the largest range of UMA phones. The addition of the Nokia 6086 strengthens our Unik offer and builds on the strong tradition we have of working with Nokia to combine cutting edge technology with exceptional ease of use."
UMA is a cost-effective way to expand cellular for operators to expand their coverage for voice and data services to homes and enterprises where it might be too difficult or expensive to build cellular coverage indoors. While consumers reap the benefits of better indoor coverage using a a single number, UMA allows operators to fully leverage their cellular assets via alternative radio methods.
The Nokia 6300 makes a sophisticated first impression with clean styling, compact size
November 28, 2006
Amsterdam, The Netherlands - At Nokia's annual Capital Market Days taking place in Amsterdam today, Nokia showcased the Nokia 6300, a mid-range model that represents an evolution of the modern monoblock design. Weighing a mere 91 grams and measuring less than 13.1mm thin, the Nokia 6300 is constructed of quality materials and offers a modern suite of features for today's consumer. Featuring a great screen, ergonomic keymat and easy-to-use menu, the Nokia 6300 is expected to begin shipping during the first quarter of 2007 with an estimated retail price of ?250 before subsidies or taxes.
"Like an impeccably tailored suit, the Nokia 6300 is perfectly proportioned, always in style, but best appreciated for its attention to detail," said Kai Oistamo, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Mobile Phones, Nokia. "The Nokia 6300 has been developed for consumers who want a mobile phone that offers an uncompromised set of features with highly desirable, sophisticated design. We are confident that the Nokia 6300 will be among our best selling models in 2007."
The clean lines and recessed buttons of the Nokia 6300 are highlighted by a stainless steel frame that adds both design interest and strength. In addition to its organic curves and appealing design, the Nokia 6300 offers a robust range of easy-to-use features, including a 2 megapixel camera with zoom, expandable memory, built-in MP3 player and FM radio. Everything is displayed on a crisp, detailed screen which brings applications like an Opera Mini Browser or games like Sudoku and Snakes III to life.
The Nokia 6300 includes:
- 2 megapixel camera, 8x digital zoom
- 2-inch QVGA screen
- USB/PC Synchronization
- In-box memory of 135MB, with support for up to 2GB microSD cards
- Voice dialing, voice commands and voice recording
- MP3 player, FM radio
- Integrated hands-free speaker
The Nokia 6300 has a talk-time of up to 3.5 hours and a standby time of up to 14 days.
More infos www.nokia.com/press
More pics of the event: click
finally a slim nokia!
this 6300 is nice!!!
the E50 of S40... good good!!
6300 IS nice, bear in mind i can get an Samsung X820 for 220 euros (all in) Nokia are going to have to keep the prices tight to be competetive.
But for Nokia devotees, a nice, light, well featured and slim device is long overdue and the 6300 is a welcome addition.
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Already looking forward to black 6300 Music Edition
The 6300 looks very nice imho. I want a 3G S60 variant of that though
Somehow it reminds me of the SE Ai rumour - a slim candybar, made out of metal with a 2Mpx camera...
That black thing looks very cool, but a bit like a copy of the LG Chocolate clamshell. Hopefully this is a "slip" like the N80 lower part was 1.5years ago (and there was something about "human" in that slide too )
Last edited by chlettn; 28-11-2006 at 15:39.
is nokia 6300 released if not when will it ?
AND can anybody say, will it come to TURKEY ?
i am talking about this : http://europe.nokia.com/A4254241
Released?! It's just been announced today! It's expected Q1 2007, so anywhere between January and end of March.
Couple of months.
saw all these at the meeting today. the 6300 is quite impressive - very compct with alot of functionality. Actually looks alot like a se model. They will sell alot of these. the 2626 is a nice phone for the price and will sell really well in emerging markets.
Why is Nokia always making mistakes in their phone pages! !@$@^#%!$
I hate it, where are the good times.....
The 6300 spec sheet also is not right!!! 2.0 Mpixel camera and then mentioning 1280 x 960 pixels as a resolution. @(&^@&*#$
Super Chimp, just think of the famous AI four months from now with exactly the same characteristics (2MP fix focus, QVGA, slim candybar) and for at least twice as much cash for the 1gig card Just assuming..
MR, I noticed exactly the same thing! I really wonder who the h*ll is making these pages? Maybe I should apply for the job - I know I can't do it any worse
oh i attualy quite like the 6290....for a flip phone anyway lol. tbh it looks like more midrange phones?
I will place my live pics online tonight. I am now at the Nokia event and I have seen all new devices.
So is that it? These four will be the only announcements on the event? Or is there anything left for tomorrow?
I guess that we won't see anything more - I just don't think they will show anything tomorrow...
btw: Has anybody seen this press release? Apparently S40 gets a dedicated Yahoo!-App as well, starting with the 6300/5300/5200
The interesting part about that is that it was only released at the time the Yahoo-presentation started. So at least we know they don't release all press infos at once each day (and thus, there is still a tiny chance of new handsets later )
No more handsets tomorrow, next major event is 3GSM. There is a small change we will see something before that. But nothing tomorrow, I have asked it especially.
what a disapointment...
I really like the NOKIA 6300 slim piece very much ..
But I wanna know what will I loose by loosing the 3G enhancments which are not found in this mobile?
Is it only the video call ??
What is the differance between VGA & QCIF video recording ? and which is better ??
Pls answer me .
Super Chimp, maybe beginning of next year N93i. Real replacement not sure.
Pics of the new devices can be found on the following pages within a minute or 10!
Nokia 6300: http://www.newmobile.nl/eur/en/photo...one_id=1c470ba
Nokia 2626: http://www.newmobile.nl/eur/en/photo...one_id=1c497ca
Nokia 6086: http://www.newmobile.nl/eur/en/photo...one_id=1c449aa
There are also vids of the 6300 and 6086.
The 6300 design is clearly based on the 8800, yet it is very SE (T610). It should be a commercial success.
Nokia is really pushing for total market control.
phos, it's an american Nokia, 6065 or something like that. If you're from that region you should find it on the local Nokia page.
Xtrasystolic, I'm with you on this one. It's much less t610i than 3230 imho. Especially on this pic:
So.. anyone know when in Q1 N6300 will be out? Sleek phone
My answer is in the enclosed file.Jean de Dieu, How is the 6300 design based on the 8800 ?
Moreover, I also think that the 6233 got some inspiration from the 8800 as well.
thx athos1111 for your reply , but i still can't find it on nokia.com ....?!
phos, I couldn't find it either, but it resembles much to 2865 of Asia-Pacific.
the 6300 reminds me of the nec e228 from the front
hey athos1111 thanks for your hint - found it on the asia pacific nokia page !
it's a 6088 http://www.nokia-asia.com/nokia/0,8764,98193,00.html
do u think it's going to be relaesed in europe as well ?
damn! i love that 6300~ another stainless steel phone. Nice price aswell
hmmm but won't this affect 8800/sirrocco ed market?
they look similar cept one is not slider but both made on same material and one has much nice spec/ thinner too.
phos, well, I don't think so. This phone is the 6070/6080 equivalent there.
MR: The entrance of the USB and a 3.5mm connector in a probably big selling device is a step forward. Do you know if we will see USB and 3.5mm in more midrange models in the near future?
Purx, it was mentioned somewhere, that jack's only 2,5mm.