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Nokia 7700 bundles digital TV into mobile phone

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 28 Oct 2003 12:33 User comments (3)

Nokia 7700 bundles digital TV into mobile phone World's largest mobile phone manufacturer, Finnish Nokia, released a new phone today in Nice, France, called Nokia 7700. Well, normally we don't do mobile phone news, but this one is pretty interesting in terms of digital video as well.
In addition of sporting 640x320 touchscreen, 65k colors, EDGE, 64MB internal memory, Symbian OS with Series 90 UI, FM radio, etc it has an ability, with an add-on, to receive DVB-H digital TV broadcasts. Phone also includes "Movie channel" concept, which delivers latest movie trailers on weekly basis to 7700.

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3 user comments

128.10.2003 14:34

god dayaaam!!!!


mEwZ...ExPeRiEnCe
mAkE wAy 4 tHe BaD GuY
MEWZONE (GANG STAR!!!!!)
THE GREATEST TRICK THE DEVIL EVER PULLED WAS CONVINCING THE WORLD HE DIDN'T EXIST!!!
AND LIKE THAT.... HE'S GONE!!

229.10.2003 11:33

Yeah, and I thought the device was going to be quite large but its actually quite handy. I wonder if this is still a phone, or if we can start to talk about Nokia as one of the worlds largest PDA manufacturers as well?

329.10.2003 11:33

Yeah, and I thought the device was going to be quite large but its actually quite handy. I wonder if this is still a phone, or if we can start to talk about Nokia as one of the worlds largest PDA manufacturers as well.

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