Nokia have announced the availability of the Nokia 6220 classic in Australia, giving consumers state-of-the-art mobile imaging features and a new meaning to the word, “share”.
Packed with a superior 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and Carl Zeiss optics as well as A-GPS with geotagging, this full-featured device makes snapping and sharing pictures online easy and more fun than ever before. Location information can be automatically attached to photos and videos and easily uploaded to web and personal blogs, viewed on a television screen or simply shared from phone to phone. In Australia, the Nokia 6220 classic’s RRP is $689.
The Nokia 6220 classic is at the forefront of mobile digital imaging with its 5 megapixel camera, Xenon flash, autofocus, red eye reduction and Carl Zeiss optics that make it perfect for capturing important moments. The full camera UI enables the user to easily manage the flash options, change between single shot and sequence mode, set the self-timer and adjust the color tones. While viewing pictures is enjoyable from its crystal clear and large 2.2 inch QVGA display, sharing snapshots with friends and family is fast with high-speed HSDPA connection and convenient using media sharing sites online like Share on Ovi and Flickr that are just one click away.
What makes image sharing even more fun and engaging is the geotagging feature of the device. GPS coordinates of where the photo was taken are automatically included in the photo file and once uploaded, people can not only share the photo but place it on a map at the same time. Instead of sending postcards from a vacation, consumers can now allow their friends and family to keep track of their travel by sharing photos placed on a map instantly during the journey. In addition to the great sharing features of the Nokia 6220 classic, the integrated TV-out feature and TV-out cable included in the sales package allow people to view images also on a television screen.
With integrated A-GPS and Nokia Maps 2.0 – a mapping and routing application for mobile devices – people can also easily find their way to interesting sights and discover points of interest. The Nokia 6220 classic comes with preloaded local maps on a microSD memory card, and additional maps of more than 200 countries can be downloaded from maps.nokia.com. A premium navigation license, available for free for 3 months and after that for purchase offers visual turn-by-turn pedestrian guidance and voice guidance for drive. Consumers can also buy thousands of branded multimedia city guides that are packed with tips and other valuable information flavoured with photos, videos and audio streams to enlighten the journey even more.
As a full-featured converged device, the Nokia 6220 classic also comes with an internet browser, email, music player, FM radio and dictionary, and supports up to 8GB of memory. The Nokia 6620 comes with a 1 GB microSD memory card in box.