Nokia 3250 Phone

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Nokia 3250 Phone

The Nokia 3250 music phone was launched today by Nokia and is based of course on the Symbian OS. The tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz smartphone supports both GPRS and EDGE. It features dedicated media playback controls and a swivel-mounted 2 Megapixel camera. The Nokia 3250 is a Series 60 mobile phone that features dedicated music keys and storage for up to a whopping 750 songs (take that iTunes phone!). The 3250 supports MP3, WMA, M4A and eAAC+ formats and supports 1GB of memory via microSD support. The internal memory is limited to 10MB however. Also included are a stereo FM radio and Bluetooth.

Meanwhile, Palm will be announcing in just an hour or so their new and highly anticipated Treo 700, which is expected to use the Windows Mobile operating system. This is a huge change for Palm, which had developed the Palm OS and now appears to be adandoning ship by joining the Microsoft Mobile OS. As they say, if you can't beat em' join em'.



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