My Phone's Smarter Than Yours

The latest smart phones running Microsoft and Palm operating systems are getting some fresh competition from Nokia, the leading handsetmaker. Smaller than a handheld computer but bigger than an ordinary cell phone, the new 6620 will let you check your e-mail, send digital photos and access the Web. Users in the U.S. can connect to a GSM data network from AT&T that is capable of speeds of up to 100 kbps, about twice as fast as some other Web-enabled phones. Bundled applications include the Real One video player and MightyPhone synching software for keeping your contacts and appointments up-to-date. The...

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