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Nokia 6670

Nokia 6670
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM tri-band
900/1800/1900 Europe
850/1800/1900 America
Availability by country 2004
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 108.6 x 53 x 20.9 mm
Weight 120 g
Operating system Symbian 7.0s
CPU 32-bit RISC CPU, ARM-9 family at 123 MHz
Memory 8 MB
Removable storage RS-MultiMediaCard 64 MB
Battery BL-5C Battery Li-ion 900 mA·h
Display TFT 176 x 208 pixels, 65,536 colours
Rear camera 1 megapixel, 4x digital zoom

The Nokia 6670 is a smartphone from Nokia announced on September 24, 2004.[1] Based on the Series 60 platform on Symbian OS, the phone is a tri-band business version of the consumer Nokia 7610, and features a 1.0 megapixel digital camera, 8MB of storage (as well as RS-MMC expansion slot) and a 65,536 colour 176x208 TFT screen. Software includes viewers for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF files, a full HTML compatible web browser, and a GPS-like application that generates positioning information from the GSM cell data. The Series60 platform allows for many programs to be added, and also with the inclusion of Java Apps and Games. Its 123 MHz ARM-9 processor can handle many applications at a time, and it can calculate 16000 fibonacci numbers in 35 seconds, as calculated using FPC Bench.

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References

  1. ^ http://company.nokia.com/en/news/press-releases/2004/09/23/nokia-expands-its-range-of-imaging-smartphones

External links

  • Nokia 6670 - Official Nokia webpage.
  • DP Software - FPC Bench
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