World's smallest megapixel 3G phone Nokia 6630 selected by Vodafone

Sep 26, 2004
Nokia 6630

Nokia today announced that Vodafone Group has selected the Nokia 6630 phone as the latest addition to its 3G WCDMA phone portfolio. Fully customized for Vodafone, the Nokia 6630 delivers the high-speed benefits of 3G to consumers in a compact package together with a megapixel camera and advanced smartphone features. The Nokia 6630 offers always-connected email, the possibility to download and view email attachments while on the move, mobile broadband access to multimedia content, live video streaming and video conferencing.

"Vodafone's choice of the Nokia 6630 means that consumers will be able to enjoy the benefits of 3G in a customized and compact package with high-quality performance and leading operating times," said Anssi Vanjoki, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Multimedia, Nokia. "We have been working closely with Vodafone to ensure their customers can use the Nokia 6630 to take full advantage of the high-speed 3G networks."


Nokia 6630 Smartphone
3G Speed with Series 60: WCDMA+EDGE broadband access
1.3 megapixel camera sensor, effective resolution 1.23 megapixels for image capture (1280 x 960 pixel resolution)
6x smooth digital zoom and sequence mode
10 MB internal dynamic memory with hot swap and 64 MB Reduced Size MultiMediaCard (MMC)
Video recording time up to 1 hour per clip
Web browser with improved HTML support

The Nokia 6630 will be available through Vodafone stores, including Japan. The Nokia 6630 is based on Symbian OS. It is a tri-band phone for GSM 900/1800/1900, EDGE and WCDMA networks. Weighing 127 grams and measuring 110 x 60 x 20.6 mm, it is the world's smallest megapixel phone for GSM and WCDMA networks.

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