The newest 5 megapixel camera phone in Nokia’s handset lineup has finally been launched, the details of which you might find a bit surprising.
Nokia’s latest 5 megapixel snapper comes not from the Nseries, but from Nokia’s slick and definitive Classic series, most notable for their streamlined look and mass appeal to buyers of low-end to mid-range phones. This handset is the Nokia 6220 Classic, which other than its powerful camera also features HSDPA network support and GPS with A-GPS.
The Nokia 6220 Classic’s 5 megapixel camera is backed up by Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, and like the Nokia N82, a full Xenon flash. It also comes with Nokia Maps 2.0, which along with built-in geo-tagging for photos completes the user’s handheld navigation experience. Unfortunately, it does not have Wi-Fi on board.
Maps of as many as nine cities including Delhi, Jaipur, Ahemdabad, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kolkata, are preloaded onto the Nokia 6220 Classic’s memory, according to Nokia India, Head GTM, Program Portfoilo, Raghuvesh Sarup. This would allow users to find out where exactly they are on the map, and how best to get to the destination which they are headed to.
The selling price of the Nokia 6220 Classic in India is Rs 19,959 (about $465 USD).
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