Nokia’s 6208c with the ‘bamboo’ stylus

Nokia 6208c Bamboo Stylus
For the New Year you are going to see a lot of Nokia Touchscreen handsets flooding the market. Here is another called the 6208c which has a Bamboo Stylus. From you hear of the Bamboo Stylus then you should know that this is being unveiled in China, Nanjing to be exact. The phone comes with a Touchscreen display, a 3.2 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a 4x digital zoom.

The handset also gives a optional microSD cards up to a whopping 8GB which will give ample space for Pictures, Music and even Videos. Now for the sad part of the article the touchscreen on this handset is optimized to write Chinese characters however I think they will make an english version before they starts shipping to some markets in the first half of 2009. Read The press release after the jump

In an event held today in Nanjing Nokia unveiled the Nokia 6208c, a new pen input device which caters for a number of different customers, specifically those in China. The touch screen on the 6208c is optimized to write Chinese characters and messages in the most natural way, with a pen. The design of the stylus, attached to the back of the phone, is inspired by bamboo slips and works perfectly with the large color display which is reminiscent of an ink stone, another element from traditional Chinese art and culture. All these design cues are implemented using premium materials such as the stainless steel back cover, which makes the handset both easy to use and comfortable to hold.

Added to the Chinese language support, the device features a number of different languages and characters.

With a 3.2 megapixel camera, dual LED flash and 4x digital zoom, the Nokia 6208c makes capturing memories and sharing moments simple and easy. The large input area features larger fonts for messaging and browsing as well as viewing pictures and web pages. The new handset also supports optional microSD cards up to 8GB, providing ample memory for images, videos, music and more.

The Nokia 6208c is expected to start shipping in select markets in the first half of 2009.


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