Nokia announced the NFC (Near Field Communication) enabled Nokia 6212 classic.
The 3G Nokia 6212 classic allows you to conveniently share content, access services and information as well as conduct payments and ticketing with one tap of the device.
Near Field Communication is designed for intuitive, simple and safe interaction between electronic devices. By tapping an NFC-enabled tag, you can receive new content such as weblinks, audio files or contact data directly to their phone.
You can activate a profile in your phone or open applications such as FM radio or web browser.
Photos and videos can be easily shared by tapping another NFC-capable phone and pairing with a Bluetooth NFC-enabled device, like the new NFC variant of the Nokia BH-210 headset, happens with just one touch.
The lightweight Nokia BH-210 with NFC headset allows users to access all functions easily with a single multifunction key. The widely compatible headset can be used with a number of Nokia devices as well as other manufacturers' phones.
The Nokia 6212 classic allows you to personalize and edit their own NFC tags, be it for writing calendar entries or setting the alarm clock.
The sales pack of the Nokia 6212 classic comes with three sticker tags, one of which opens the NFC introduction in the phone.
The Nokia 6212 classic features a 2MP camera, 2 inch QVGA display, stereo FM radio and music player supporting multiple formats. An optional microSD memory card of up to 4GB provides ample space for personal content such as images and songs.
The Nokia 6212 classic is expected to start shipping in the Q3 of 2008 in select markets in Europe and Asia with an estimated retail price of EUR 200 (~$316) before taxes and subsidies.
Via this Nokia press-release.
The Near Field Communication story starts in 2004, when Philips, Nokia and Sony announced a partnership to develop NFC.
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