Nokia 6670

Written by Stephanie Dula
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Nokia developed the 6670 as a result of feedback from users and reviewers regarding the previously released 7610. The two phones belong to the business class of smartphones that have tremendous connectivity options as well as numerous PC-like applications. They are both typical Nokia candy bar-sized devices, with two rounded corners and two hard corners that provide its unique style.

The Professional 6670

The 7610 was equipped with an impressive camera, which at the time was unusual for business phones, and the 6670 retains this distinction. The 6670 did incorporate a more familiar and straightforward keypad, as opposed to the more stylistic curved layout of the 7610's keypad. True to its nature as an upgraded model, the 6670 was a response to the desires of the target audience for a more traditional looking phone design.

The 6670 will not disappoint when it comes to its mobile business features, including Bluetooth wireless support and a full set of messaging applications. There is also GPRS Class 6 data transmission and xHTML capability for wireless web browsing. PC Suite software is included that enables users to view, edit, and share documents in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint formats.

And of course, the 1 megapixel camera with video-recording capability is one of the phone's biggest draws, with a 65K TFT display to fully take advantage of it. The phone also has Java technology, a media player for MP3/AAC/MPEG4 files, and impressive Personal Information Management (PIM) capability. All this is tied together nicely with a smart Symbian operating system and a user-friendly Series 60 interface.

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