Nokia launches its 6750 handset
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Nokia launches its 6750 handset

By SiliconIndia   |   Saturday, 28 November 2009, 04:50 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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Nokia launches its 6750 handset
Bangalore: Joining the array of stylish multimedia phones out in the market is Nokia's 6750 handset. The device has been offered by Canadian operator Rogers Wireless and packs a number of interesting features into its ergonomically designed chassis. The manufacturers claim that its exterior design is inspired by the human form.

The handset is essentially a chrome flip device with a display that renders 16 million colors and an incorporated 2MP camera. The external screen displays the time and contact name of an incoming call so that users don't have to flip open their phone to peruse such information. The phone lights up in hues of blue, green, orange, pink, purple and red and lends users web browsing functionality too.

"The Nokia 6750 is the go-to phone for busy, on-the-move consumers because it responds to their need for an all-in-one mobile device in one user-friendly and stylish package. The Nokia 6750's illuminating display colors pack a whole lot of personality into the device for a truly unique mobile experience," said Richard White, General Manager, Nokia Canada.

Access to Nokia's free media sharing community dubbed Ovi Share allows 6750 owners to post video messages and photos to their social networking profiles. Such content can also be uploaded from the phone onto a desktop without too much trouble. Music lovers and multimedia enthusiasts may appreciate Rogers Wireless' urMusic service, the phone's external music keys, microSD card slot for 32GB memory support and stereo Bluetooth adaptability.

Nokia accessories BH-804/BH-216 Bluetooth headset, DC-6 mobile charger, HF-310 speakerphone and portable MD-8 speakers are the suggested accessories that are claimed to compliment the 6750 handset optimally. Rogers Wireless offers the Nokia 6750 handset at $99.99 (approx. Rs.4,668).

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Reader's comments(2)
1: Cool phone from Nokia, hope it comes to India soon..
Posted by:chandra - 27 Nov, 2009
2:
The phone's price mentioned is the Subsidized amount, which the Operator takes the burden.

It will be certainly more by Rs.2000/-
Pravardhan Replied to: chandra - 28 Nov, 2009