AT&T has just announced the release date for the stylish and innovative Nokia 6650. This flip style phone runs the Symbian-based S60 platform, allowing for customization with the addition of many third party applications, themes and profile settings. The Nokia 6650 will come in silver and red, just in time for the holiday season.
Powered by the nation’s fastest 3G network, the Nokia 6650 is designed to help you navigate wherever you want to go with a dedicated menu key for AT&T navigator. The 6650 offers a broad range of AT&T mobile services including, AT&T Video ShareSM and AT&T Mobile Music. This beautiful handset will be easily noticed on the street because it is designed with premium materials and customizable illumination.
“AT&T’s reputation of offering the best and broadest choice of mobile phones is strengthened with the addition of the Nokia 6650,” said Carlton Hill, vice president of Consumer Devices and Product Development for AT&T’s Mobility and Consumer Markets. “Adding another Symbian-based device to our lineup underscores our commitment to customer choice.”
The Nokia 6650 will give you clear conversations, fast Internet browsing and up to 4 hours of talk time with AT&T’s 3G network covering more that 325 major metropolitan areas. This mobile phone will be available tomorrow, November 14th, in AT&T retail locations nationwide, for $69.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate when you sign a two-year agreement. The Nokia 6650 will come with many features including:
- 2.0 megapixel camera — Integrated flash that allows customers to capture quality photos
- Brushed metal fold design — Features a sharp 2.2-inch display with QVGA (16 million colors) resolution
- AT&T Navigator — A dedicated key allows customers to access AT&T Navigator with a click of a button
- AT&T Video Share — The first-ever service in the U.S. that allows users to share live video over wireless devices while participating in a voice call
- AT&T Mobile Music — Customers can listen and download their favorite music from Napster, eMusic, XM Radio and more wirelessly over the air