Nokia 6651 UMTS Phone From AT&TWireless

Posted: Jul 21 2004, 2:15am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:43pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Nokia 6651 UMTS Phone from AT&TWireless
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The Nokia 6651 3G Phone is one of the first handsets for the new AT&T UMTS Service announced on July 20th.

The Nokia 6651 can capture video (10fps) and still images with its VGA (640 x 480 pixels) camera. Video and photos can be sent via MMS.
The phone has a handsfree speaker. Bluetooth and infrared interfaces are present.
When in UMTS metro area the phone shows color graphical icons for mMode. The Nokia 6651 has the ability to download files.
Important is the dual network capability of the Nokia 6551. The 3G Phone supports UMTS within UMTS metro coverage areas and access to the AT&T Wireless GSMTM/GPRS network when outside UMTS coverage areas.
The Nokia 6651 measures 133mm x 52mm x 26mm and weighs 139g.
The suggested retail price is $299.99.
More details on AT&T Wireless. Nokia has no product page up yet for the Nokia 6651, so details are a bit sparse. PhoneScoop has some more specifications of the Nokia 6651.





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