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JiggyJaggy Posts: > 500

Does anyone have any idea if Nokia will be releasing any new 8 series phones? Ie the newest phone that followed the 8810, 8850, 8910, 8910i series? Becasue these are great phones and i would really like one with a camera and loudspeaker.

Its about time they released an updated handset to this range in my opinion!

Posted: 2005-03-02 15:29:02
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shyam335 Posts: > 500

i heard rumours about it from sometime back (wasnt one sheduled to unveil yesterday,im not sure) .
Posted: 2005-03-02 15:31:16
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govigov Posts: > 500

Yup 8855, 8910, are some of the good lookin phones from nokia.

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Posted: 2005-03-02 15:35:01
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axxxr Posts: > 500

I love the of the best looking nokia's ever made i think..Have had it a few years now!...Will keep it for old time sake.

Posted: 2005-03-02 17:27:31
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The Little Master Posts: 174

thers been some stuff going around about a Nokia 8920....doin a search in google...the first thing that comes up is this

it says series 90 with touch screen etc etc
Posted: 2005-03-02 17:48:50
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david1975 Posts: > 500

would be interesting to see such a phone
Posted: 2005-03-02 17:54:57
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govigov Posts: > 500

The Nokia 8920 - Multimedia Phone

The Nokia 8920 media device is based on Symbian OS version 7.0s and combines the ability to consume and create various media with the latest mobile technologies. The 640 x 320 colour touch screen provides users a rich Internet experience as well as a high-quality display for watching streaming video or viewing images taken with the integrated VGA camera. The 8920 also includes an FM radio. Using the included stylus and the on-screen keyboard or handwriting recognition, users can easily add entries to their phonebook or calendar, write email messages or create a document. The Nokia 8920 is expected to begin shipping in the Q1 of 2005.

The Nokia 8920 phone at a Glance

What's New
Music and video playback and streaming
Internet TCP/IP with IPv4 and IPv6* over (E)GPRS or (HS)CSD
Opera browser supports HTML and XHTML pages
Integrated VGA camera
FM radio
Email (SMTP, POP3, IMAP4)
MMS (including SMIL)
Integrated hands free & voice recorder
Bluetooth technology (including audio)
Personal Information Management: calendar, contacts, tasks, and more
Word, Sheet, and Presentation Viewer; Word & Sheet converter
Flight mode
Offline mode
Touch screen
MP3 player

*Note that this services require network support

Full Specifications

Tri-Band Operation
GSM 900/1800/1900
Automatic switching between bands

Weight: 183 g
Dimensions: 165 cc, 133.7 x 79.5 x ~21.6 mm

Display and User Interface
High-resolution LCD display
Series 90 UI with touch screen
Display size: 640 x 320 pixels
65,536 colours
Partial mode display 640 x 65 pixels for power saving
Touch-screen, pen-based input with stylus
On-screen keyboard
Handwriting recognition

Physical keys:

Scroll and select key (scroll up, down, left, right, select)
Home (Apps key)
Menu key
2 application-specific keys
Send key
End/Exit key
Voice key
Power key

Audio/Visual Media Features
Camera: 640 x 480 pixel resolution; 2 x digital zoom
RealPlayer: Playback and stream Real Media (video and audio) and 3GPP-compliant content (H.263 and MPEG-4)
Music: supports MP3, AAC, RealAudio 7 and 8, WAV, MIDI, and AMR-NB file types. Keep your sounds organized with Nokia Audio Manager (NAM)
Images: supports JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG, and animated GIF images
Sketch: Edit images (crop, zoom, rotate, and flip) and draw your own. Add images to contacts or send them (via MMS, email or Bluetooth).
Stereo FM radio

Memory Functions
20 - 25 MB of internal memory available for contacts, text messages, multimedia messages, ringing tones, images, video clips, personal information management, and applications
64 MB Memory Card provided in the sales package
Additional memory units available (up to 128 MB)

Phone Features
PIM: Contacts, extensive calendar, Mobile Wallet 2.0, calculator
Office applications: Word, Sheet, and Presentation Viewer
Flight mode: all radio-related activities turned off
Offline mode: Use the MP3 player, FM radio, AAC, PIM, and Bluetooth without a SIM card

Multimedia messaging: Multimedia messaging (MMS) with compatible devices; send and receive messages containing text, images, audio, and video.
Email: Access your work and private email accounts; supports SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4 protocols
Text messaging: create, send, edit, and receive text messages (SMS).

Downloadable Java™ MIDP 2.0 and Symbian games

Java™ Applications
Downloadable Java™ MIDP 2.0 applications

Ringing Tones
Use MP3, AAC or AMR-NB files as ringing tones
Up to 24 polyphonic ringing tones
24 ringing tones preset, all removable

Wireless Connectivity
Pop-Port™ interface
Connect phone wirelessly to a compatible phone or a compatible PC
Bluetooth technology
Over-the-air ringing tones, settings and messages (for Web access point, Web bookmarks, and SyncML)
Remote OTA synchronization with SyncML; local synchronization with PC using PC Suite

HTML and XHTML with Opera browser
Downloadable plugins
OMA mDRM - forward lock for content protection
Wallet: convenient online use and storage of your numbers and passwords

Data Transfer
GPRS* (multislot class 10)
E-GPRS* (multislot class 4 (3+1))
HSCSD (High-Speed Circuit-Switched Data)*
Circuit-switched data

*Note that these services require network support.

Call Management
Click-to-talk: Easy dialling with the touch screen interface
Contacts: Advanced contacts database with support for multiple phone and email details per entry; also supports thumbnail pictures and groups
Speed dialling
Logs: Keeps lists of your dialled, received, and missed calls
Automatic redial
Supports Fixed Dialling Number, which allows calls only to predefined numbers
Conference call (up to 5 participants)

taken from the link above....

no pics...
Posted: 2005-03-02 18:00:15
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shyam335 Posts: > 500

by a quick look, the spec look very similar to 77** , the new s90 .
integrated vga camera !?

The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense - Tom Clancy

[ This Message was edited by: shyam335 on 2005-03-02 17:05 ]
Posted: 2005-03-02 18:01:40
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david1975 Posts: > 500

shame there is no pics
Posted: 2005-03-02 18:04:31
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govigov Posts: > 500


The Nokia 8920 is expected to begin shipping in the Q1 of 2005.

isnt the q1 2005 almost over?
Posted: 2005-03-02 18:07:49
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