665 — Nokia launches 7250i for the European market

Jun 4, 2003 | Conteúdos Em Ingles

Nokia today announced the Nokia 7250i handset for the European and Asia Pacific markets. The Nokia 7250i, which integrates a camera with enhanced features and fashionable design includes a 128×128 colour screen, xHTML browser for accessing mobile internet and a customisable interface. The tri-band GSM handset (GSM 900/1800/1900) also features new seasonal colours, multimedia messaging (MMS) functionality as well as an embedded stereo FM radio.

The graphical interface takes advantage of the colour screen, and creates icon shortcuts to important contact information, photo gallery or menu options. The xHTML browser allows customers to include colourful pictures, animations and frames. A link to new Nokia.com mobile site, which features content optimised for xHTML, is available in the Nokia 7250i. From the Nokia.com mobile site the users can access ring tones, graphics and game demos, provided by Nokia, once the Nokia 7250i reaches the market.

“The Nokia 7250i is designed for a growing number style-conscious consumers seeking the latest in mobile technology – in a form factor that is fun and fashionable,” said Kai Öistämö, head of Mobile Phones Business Unit, Nokia Mobile Phones. “With the colour screen and integrated camera, users of the Nokia 7250i will be able to share pictures and experiences with friends and family regardless of time and place.”

Users can create multimedia messages with the integrated CIF camera optimised for compact colour screens such as the 128 x 128 pixel display in the Nokia 7250i phone. The integrated camera of the Nokia 7250i includes low-light settings, image editing, and the ability to attach images to contact information. Multimedia messages can be shared with other people who have MMS -supported phones or by sending images to an email address.

In addition to pictures, multimedia messages created with the new phone can be accompanied by text and ring tones. Together with the mobile wallet application, the WAP browser also allows convenient and reliable online transactions. With SyncML support, personal data from the calendar, address book or to-do lists can be synchronised over the air with a network server, to keep the office PC , for example, up to date while travelling.

Filipe Samora

Em Foco – Produto