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Nokia unveils three multimedia handsets, adds a "push to talk" function.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 3/01/2005 11:36:00 PM.

Nokia has spruced up its mid-range mobile phone line with three new voice-centric handsets.

At the top is an update to Nokia's hugely popular 6230, which feature a 1.3-megapixel camera, music player with support for MP3 and AAC, as well as FM radio. The 350 euro 6230i also takes a page from Motorola's playbook and adds a "push to talk" function.

For those with less musical tastes, Nokia has designed the 6021 with basic voice features and built-in Bluetooth technology. The 6021 includes push to talk. Rounding out the new offerings is the Nokia 6030, which lacks the walkie-talkie capability, but includes FM radio.

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