This morning at the Mobile World Congress 2008, Nokia unveiled a new lineup of mobile phones designed for collaboration and sharing: The Nokia N96, Nokia N78, Nokia 6220 classic, and the Nokia 6210 Navigator. The Nokia N96 (pictured right) is a dual-slider optimized for high-quality video and TV reception. It features a 2.8-inch screen, 16GB of internal memory, and will be available in Q3. The Nokia N78 is designed to take advantage of a slew of new Nokia services including the Nokia Music Store, Nokia Maps, and Share on Ovi, a new, free personal media community that makes it easy to upload and share content through a mobile phone, PC, or other connected device. You can expect the N78 to hit retail in Q2. The Nokia 6220 classic boasts a 5-megapixel camera for taking stills and video that can be shared online, phone to phone, or viewed on a television; it also has A-GPS functionality. This device will be available in select locations in Q3. The Nokia 6210 Navigator is the company’s first GPS-enabled phone with an integrated compass (known as “Walk”) for pedestrian guidance. It comes bundled with Nokia Maps 2.0, and full voice and visual turn-by-turn guidance. It’s expected to arrive in select markets during Q3. More photos after the jump.
Nokia 6220 Classic
Nokia 6210 Navigator