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The Nokia 6131

The Nokia 6131 NFC (for Near Field Communication) is one stealthy handset. the phone offers pay by touch, touch ticket and other very cool RFID applications inside a conventional phone form factor. Basically they’ve embedded an RFID chip into the top part of the flip lid. We got a heads up on the technology from Richard Humbach, Head of NFC Business in Finland a while back, and it was very interesting.

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Here are is its Specification

 

  • Main display: Active TFT QVGA display supports up to 16,777,216 colors (320 x 240 pixels, 2.2 inches)
  • Outer display: Active TFT display supports up to 262,144 colors (128 x 160 pixels, 1.36 inches)- Light indication on outer display for missed calls/SMS/calendar reminders
  • Clearly separated keys for easy dialing and messaging
  • Demo mode (phone demo without SIM card).

Key features

 

  • Slim, stylish fold design with innovative, one-hand push-to-open operation
  • Dual displays: 16-million “true” colors inside and 262,144 colors outside
  • Active standby on enhanced Series 40 UI
  • Light indication on outer display for missed calls/SMS/calendar reminders
  • 1.3-megapixel camera with full-screen viewfinder for both main and outer display
  • Email with attachments
  • XHTML browser
  • Enhanced messaging with recently used contacts and groups
  • Clearly separated keys for easy dialing and messaging
  • MP3 player and FM stereo radio with Visual Radio
  • Fast browsing and downloads with EDGE
  • MicroSD memory cards available as enhancements (optional)nokia.jpg
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November 26, 2007 - Posted by | cellphone news, Mobile news, nokia news | , , , , , , ,

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