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Indians are among the very first lucky denizens of the world to get a crack at Nokia's 6220 classic, one of the high-end handsets introduced at Mobile World Congress back in February. Though it doesn't get slapped with an Nseries label, it probably should on account of a 5 megapixel camera with xen

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July 3, 2008 at 3:19AM
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Aside from the N96, Nokia also rolled out the 6220 classic and 6210 Navigator sets this week at Mobile World Congress. Both of these sets while fairly vanilla in design pack huge piles of features under the hood, from a 5 megapixel camera on the 6220 to GPS and Nokia Maps 2.0 on the 6210. Both reta

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No question about it, the N78 and the N96 are the heavies in Nokia's Mobile World Congress announcements, but there are a couple gems on the lower end, too -- if you can really call a navigation-ready handset and a 5 megapixel smartphone \"lower end.\" Taking advantage of the company's newly-introduc

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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 h

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