Friday, March 30, 2007

Nokia 5070

Nokia today announced the 5070, featuring messaging features via text, voice and images.

The built-in VGA camera can snap pictures of friends, weekend trips or any of life's amusing moments and then share via MMS. When a voice messaqe is more convenient, the 5070 offers the option to send off voice messages via Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging. With just a few keystrokes, friends' contact information can be accessed and messages composed and delivered.

With an integrated FM radio, tuning into radio channels in town is quick and easy. If a game is more appropriate, pre-installed Java games such as the widely popular Sudoku can be found. With a built in web browser, surfing the web and checking sports results or movie timetables is also possible.

MP3 ringtones are at hand to ensure that each time it rings, the Nokia 5070 can reflect its owner's style, mood or music taste. Additionally, a variety of wallpapers and themes can also be downloaded to give the Nokia 5070 even more of a personalized touch.

The Nokia 5070 has talk time up to 3.5 hours and the standby time is up to 12 days and is available in red or blue. The Nokia 5070 will be available in the second quarter of 2007 with an estimated retail price of EUR 100 excluding taxes and subsidies.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Does the phone have Stereo sound?

Nokia should make models sans camera as they are a security hazard at places. Many times one has to deposit their phone at the security, which does not make sense.

One of the earlier phones without the camera was the Nokia 6610 (built in FM) with stero sound. A real good phone.

Nokia should revive this model with more features and memory.