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The clamshell Nokia 2760 and candybar 2630 build on the 2660 and 1640 with by adding VGA cameras - with video recording on the 2760 - Bluetooth and GPRS. The 2630 also incorporates email software. It has a six-hour talk time. The 2760 has a seven-hour talk time. Again, they're dual-band GSM phones.

Nokia 2760
Nokia 2760

Nokia 2760 Nokia 2630
Nokia 2760 (left) and 2630 (right)

Rounding off today's launch line-up, the Nokia 2505, a stylish clamshell for 800MHz CDMA networks. In addition to a 128 x 160, 65,536-colour display, the 2505 has an FM radio and a built-in torch. Users can talk on it for up to three hours.

Nokia 2505

Nokia 2505
Nokia 2505

The 2505, 1200, 1208, 1650 and 2660 are set to go on sale later this quarter, with the 2630 and 2760 following on in Q3. Unsubsidised prices are set to range from €35 to €90 ($48-122/£24-62).

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