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Nokia Shining at the 3GSM Show

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At the 3GSM show, Nokia unveiled an array of devices and services, including the next generation of Eseries devices, plus navigation and Mobile TV devices targeted at the mass market to lead the next phase of mobility.

Nokia announced a trio of new Eseries devices, designed for business professionals, including E61i emailer device, E65 slider, and E90 Communicator, each packed with features and using 3G and WLAN technologies plus the flexible S60 software platform. The devices also feature high-quality cameras.

The E90 Communicator is claimed to be an all inclusive business device with advanced technologies, such as HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) and integrated GPS. It is expected to be available during the second quarter of 2007, with volume global availability during third quarter of 2007.

The E65 slider is now available in select markets, with volume availability scheduled for the first quarter of 2007, while the E61i will be available during the second quarter of 2007.

Nokia also released its first mass market navigation-enabled mobile phone, the 6110 Navigator.

Using integrated GPS (Global Positioning System), the phone enables consumers quickly and easily view their current location on map, search for destinations, find specific routes, or locate nearby services such as restaurants, hotels, or shops. In addition, the full turn-by-turn 3D navigation feature suggests the best route using voice or visual instructions on a map. The Navigator phone is expected to begin shipping in the second quarter of 2007.

Another Nokia device unveiled at the 3GSM show is the N77 multimedia phone designed to accelerate the taking-up of DVB-H mobile TV devices. This particular market is predicted to reach between 5 to 10 million units by end of 2008, and around 20 million units by the end of 2009.

The N77 is an easy to use and stylishly mobile TV device featuring a 2.4-inch wide screen with up to 16 million colors, high quality stereo sound, alerts when programs are starting, and a guide to view program information for up to seven days, browse TV channels, and purchase new channels. This device is expected to start shipping during the second quarter of 2007 in countries where DVB-H services are available.

Nokia also launched the Nokia Video Center, an application that brings together all sources of mobile video. The service combines branded video services, Internet videos, and sideloaded videos from the PC in one single place.

According to Nokia, this device will be available globally in markets where Nseries devices are sold. In addition, it will be first pre-installed in the N95, and will then be available for download to other Nseries devices. As of now, the company has tied up with YouTube and Reuters as global content partners.

Apart from this, Nokia also introduced the new 3110 classic, a device with a contemporary design and applications including an FM stereo radio, music player with expandable memory, video ringing tones, and a 1.3 megapixel camera. It offers a wide range of conventional features, and is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2007.

Also unveiled at the show was Nokia Bluetooth Display Car Kit "CK-15W," offering features that enable easy in-car communications. Compatible with the 3110 classic and a wide range of other devices, CK-15W is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2007.

Amongst the array of devices, Nokia also announced the launch of Nokia Intellisync Mobile Suite 8.0 mobileware, claimed to be the industry's most flexible platform, providing mobile email, mobile file and data synchronization, and robust security and device management capabilities to the Eseries and over 100 other devices.

Considered as the most extensive support in the industry, it includes new or enhanced features such as a two-tier licensing model, a new user interface, enhanced mobile security capabilities, and extensive additional language and connectivity support.

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I like the Nokia E90 but any clue to what the mega-pixel value would be. Should be above 2.0 since its mentioned Resolution: 2048 x 1536 under Camera but I cant seem to find the exact MP value.

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