Tuesday, 15 April 2008

Nokia 6212 Classic with NFC hits the scenes

Nokia just announced the 6212 classic today. It resembles the 6220 classic but this time it's a S40 phone with NFC(Near Field Communication) bundled in.

The Nokia 6212 features a 2 megapixel camera, 2" QVGA screen, a music player and an apparently microSDHC compatible card slot which should mean it can take in excess of 16GB cards, though Nokia claim it can take up to only 4GB.

One of the main selling points of the phone is Near Field Communication(NFC) which allows users to transfer files between their phones or perform tasks like changing profiles by simply touching the devices together. Sounds cool, doesn't it? Along with the 6212 Nokia also bring the BH 210 with NFC support, meaning that a user can pair the two devices with ease. More can be found on Near Field Communication in this Wikipedia article.

The 6212 Classic will be available in Q3 at around €200.

Here's the full press release for those who are interested.


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