Why should Nseries devices get all the 5 megapixel, S60-packin' fun? Nokia thinks they shouldn't, popping out the generously-spec'd 6220 classic at Mobile World Congress today. At a suggested retail of €325 (about $471), the attractive candybar slides well under the N96's hefty sticker while hanging onto a Carl Zeiss lens with a 5 megapixel sensor -- and actually outdoes its pricier cousin by adding a xenon flash. It'll also include integrated AGPS, TV out, microSD expansion, FM radio, and HSDPA 900 / 2100 alongside quadband EDGE when it becomes available in the third quarter of the year.

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The Nokia 6220 classic