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Nokia 5070

Nokia 5070
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM 900 1800 1900
GSM 850 1900 (US)
GPRS multislot class 10, max. 80 kbit/s
EDGE multislot class 6, max. 177,6 kbit/s
Dimensions 1,054 mm (41.5 in) H
443 mm (17.4 in) W
186 mm (7.3 in) D
Weight 88 g (3.1 oz)
Display 128×160 px
65k colors
Rear camera 640x480 px VGA
Connectivity Infrared
Pop-port

The Nokia 5070 is a sibling of Nokia 6070 mobile phone made by Nokia. It operates on GSM tri band frequency 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz (850 and 1900 MHz in the US model), with automatic switching between frequencies. It is small in size with dimensions of 105,4 x 44,3 x 18,6 mm and weights 88 grams.

Key features

  • High-resolution color display with up to 65,536 colors (128 x 160 pixels)
  • VGA (640*480 pixels) resolution camera with video capability
  • Multimedia messaging (MMS)
  • GPRS and WAP 2.0 services
  • EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution) compatibility
  • USB Connectivity (Pop-Port)
  • Infrared
  • Nokia Series 40 Theme compatibility
  • FM radio (with headset)
  • MP3 ringtones
  • Address book, calendar, and reminders
  • Java ME compatibility
  • PTT (Push-To-Talk)
  • xHTML web browser

The 5070 supports:

  • EDGE multislot class 6, max. 177,6 kbit/s
  • GPRS multislot class 10, max. 80 kbit/s

External links

  • Nokia Asia - Nokia 5070
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