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Monday, 30 January 2006

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The Nokia 6234 and the Nokia E60 are two new UMTS phones for mobile lifestyle and business applications that are joining the Vodafone range. Both models will be launched in the first quarter of 2006.

The Nokia 6234 UMTS phone is equipped with a 2 megapixel camera, a QVGA colour display with 320 x 240 pixel resolution, a digital music player and stereo speakers. It is an exclusive Vodafone live! phone, which means it offers users full access to the sound experience of the MusicDownload service, which offers a choice of 600,000 songs. Vodafone MobileTV delivers special content for UMTS phones and now has over 20 programmes providing 24-hour information and entertainment. The classically-elegant Nokia 6234 model is a dual-mode/ triband mobile phone for use in the UMTS and GSM 900/1800/1900 networks. Vodafone already offers UMTS network coverage in more than 1700 German towns and cities.

The Nokia E60 UMTS phone supplements and extends the range of classic Nokia business mobiles. It is an efficient communication tool with modern voice functions and outstanding user convenience. Diverse data transfer channels provide secure, fast and flexible local data connections. The phone has excellent display, read and navigate functions for documents, applications and Web content. The S60 platform enables the mobile use of various e-mail and organiser solutions that can be tailored to the customer's needs. For example, the E60 supports Blackberry push e-mail.

The prices of the two new models will be announced when they are launched. Vodafone is also be showcasing a whole host of new UMTS phones, smartphones and PDAs by various manufacturers at CeBIT.

Technical Data 6234

Dimensions (mm): 108 x 46 x 18 mm
Weight: 97 g
Integrated antenna: Yes
Standby: Up to 2 weeks
Talktime: Up to 4 h (GSM); up to 3 h (UMTS)
Data transfer: UMTS, GPRS, HSCSD
Triband: Yes (900/1800/1900 MHz)
Colour: Silver (front) / black rubber coated (back)
Memory: Up to 6 MB internal memory, extendable with micro SD memory cards to 2 GB
Display: Large high-resolution display with 262,144 TFT colours
Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA)
Integrated digital camera: 2 megapixel resolution (1600 x 1200 pixels), 8x digital zoom, picture display in portrait or landscape mode and in full display format
Interfaces: BT, IrDA, Nokia Pop-Port
Audio: Two stereo speakers with 3D stereo sound
Integrated MP3 player: Yes (MP3, MP4, eAAC+ and AAC files)
Integrated radio: UKW stereo radio
VideoMMS-capable: Yes (up to 300kB)
E-mail: Modern Java-based e-mail client with spam filter
Browser: xHTML via TCP/IP
Ring tones: Supports polyphone, MP3 and eAAC+ formats
Scope of delivery: Nokia 6234, BP-6M-S battery, HS-23 stereo headset, user manual, 64 MB microSD memory card, power adapter, CD-ROM, quick start guide

Technical data E60

Dimensions (mm): 115 x 49 x 17 mm
Weight: 117 g
Integrated antenna: Yes
Standby: Up to 8.4 days
Talktime: Up to 6.4 h (GSM); up to 3.4 h (UMTS)
Data transfers: UMTS, GPRS, EGPRS, CSD, W-LAN
Triband: Yes (900/1800/1900 MHz)
Colour: Anthracite
Memory: Up to 75 MB internal memory,
extendable with RS-MMC memory cards (hot swap)
Display: Active matrix display with 16 mill. colours
and a resolution of 352 x 416 pixels; Zoom function for optimum content display in Office applications and in the Internet browser; Adjustable brightness and contrast
Interfaces: BT, IrDA, USB, W-LAN, Nokia Pop-PortTM
Integrated MP3 player: Yes (MP3 and AAC files)
E-mail: POP3, IMAP 4, SMTP and Blackberry ConnectTM push e-mail
Display of attachments in the following formats:
.jpeg, .3gp, .mp3, .ppt, .doc, .xls, .pdf
Display and processing with standard Microsoft Word, Power Point and Excel functions (MS Office 97, 200, XP and 2003)
Compatible with Zip Manager and Adobe Reader
Browser: Internet access via HTML browser
Scope of delivery: Nokia E60, BL-5C battery, HS-5 headset, AC-12 travel recharger, CA-53 data cable, user manual, CD-ROM

 
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