RFID: Nokia NFC Shell For Nokia 3220 Phone

Posted: Nov 2 2004, 11:59am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:08pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

RFID: Nokia NFC shell for Nokia 3220 Phone
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Nokia officially introduces the Nokia NFC (Near Field Communication) shell for Nokia 3220 phone.

As reported Nokia already showed a RFID reading Phone at the CTIA Wireless Show in San Francsico last week. There together with Verisign showed a Nokia 5140 with RFID reader. Now Nokia announces a Near Field Communications add-on for the Nokia 3220. Nokia, Philips and Sony have joined for the NFC technology early this year.

The Nokia NFC shell offers consumers access to browsing, and text message services simply by touching tags that contain service shortcuts. Consumers are also able to give their favorite service shortcuts to other users by touching another NFC-compatible device with their phone. In addition, the Nokia NFC shell comes with tags that can be used for creating own personal service shortcuts.
More details in Nokia Press-Release.

The NFC technology emerged from the combination of contactless identification (RFID Radio Frequency Identification) and interconnection technologies.

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