Nokia 6730 Vodafones exclusive Symbian S60 3th edition device

htc_fuze_5.11.502.2_WWE “Nokia and Vodafone today unveiled a new S60 device that will be exclusive to the Vodafone network. The Nokia 6730 Classic, which will be available from June, runs on S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2, has a 3.2 megapixel camera, 2.2 inch QVGA screen and integrated GPS. It continues the push of S60 into mid-tier devices, using the platform to take services to the mass market. Read on for more.The device will ship with Nokia Maps, but will also include Vodafone services including its Vodafone Music client.The Nokia 6730 Classic follows on from Vodafone’s previous S60 exclusive – the Nokia 6124 (a repackaged Nokia 6120).The Nokia 6730c is, effectively, a repackaged version of Nokia 6720 Classic hardware and specification. The 6720c was announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this year. However while the 6730c does share the same hardware, there’s several changes to external design; for example it does not share the distinctive curved bottom of the Nokia 6720c.
Key points for the Nokia 6730 Classic

  • Dimensions of 112 x 46 x 12 and a weight of 83g
  • 2.2″, 240 x 320, screen
  • 3.2 megapixel camera
  • GPS receiver
  • HSDPA and HSUPA connectivity; quad band GSM and dual band WCDMA
  • 2.5 mm audio jack and stereo Bluetooth for audio out
  • 50 MB of internal memory, microSD card slot (supporting cards upto 16GB)
  • 1050 mAH battery
  • Runs S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 on Symbian OS 9.3″ via

New Garnet VM Beta for Nokia Tablets

Access has released a new update to its Palm OS Garnet VM for Nokia Internet Tablets running Maemo. Garnet VM Beta 4 (v1.03b) is mainly a maintenance release that includes some stability improvements and minor bug fixes. The Garnet VM is a virtual machine that essentially acts as an emulator with the ability to run native Palm OS applications on the Nokia N770, N800 and N810 devices. It supports over 30,000 native software applications written for the Palm OS, including some of the most popular mobile applications on the market, such as Google Maps, Bejeweled, SnapperMail and Sudoku. The Garnet VM runs compatible Palm OS applications with a 320 x 480 screen resolution. There are settings to change the default storage size, display configuration and storage heap. Basic versions of the Palm OS Garnet Address Book, Calculator, Date Book and Memo Pad are included. Users are able to install any Palm OS application and can configure compatibilty per app (memory, display and device model). The Garnet VM for Nokia Internet Tablets also includes Graffiti 1 character recognition, TCP/IP Networking support, the ability to Network Hotsync and language support for English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. “via