Nokia 6220 Classic: Live pictures and thoughts

Nokia has announced just another 5 megapixel device with a pretty bright Xenon flash. Other than that, the 6220 Classic offers also a Carl Zeiss Tesar lens and records videos in full VGA quality with 30 frames per seconds. Pictures can be sent to Ovi or can be geo-tagged using the built in GPS. I think that the 6220 is besides the N78 the second successor of the N73. Due to its small size, good features and low price it’s a perfect phone for the average user.

For all those, who want a great cameraphone with good keys, a lot features and for a good price is the 6220 Classic a great deal. Here you can see some live pictures:

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~ by Norman John on February 18, 2008.

9 Responses to “Nokia 6220 Classic: Live pictures and thoughts”

  1. This one slipped under my radar – think I may have to investigate further.. I’ve never been a fan of the N82’s buttons.

  2. I bet you it’s cheaper too.. Looks like a very agressive move to put these specs in a 6XXX series Nokia. It will be a battle coming x-mas..

  3. Oo… but the 6220 is an S40 device though right?

    Boo.

  4. S60, 3rd edition some more, my friend

  5. Mobile phone world is going to another generation… spec of the Omighty N95 is going to be more and more common this year 😄

  6. hello… the 6220 has 5mpx with XENON ????

  7. To RZR:
    Yes indeed… it has everything N82 has(i think XD)

  8. It aint got wifi.

  9. […] The 6220, launched at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, just passed FCC aproval. The 6220 features a 5 megapixel camera, a Xenon-flash, GPS, Wi-Fi, S60 3rd Edition FP 2 and a bunch more. Mark over at the Nokia Blog has spotted the 6220 over at the FCC pages […]

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