Although the handset’s been available in Europe for sometime now, Nokia’s first capacitive touchscreen handset–previous Nokia handsets use resistive screen technology–will be headed to the States with 3G that’s compatible for AT&T’s wireless network. The phone will come with 16 GB of memory, 5-megapixel Carl Zeiss optics with LED flash and the ability to record videos at 30 fps in VGA mode, video editor on device, TV out, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, FM radio, and 3.5 mm headphone jack. The 640 x 360 capacitive touchscreen measures 3.2 inches. The Symbian handset is now available for pre-order for $455 from Nokia USA’s webpage.
(via: Nokia USA)