Saved by the Bell
Posted Jan 7, 2003
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The sleek, new Nokia 8910i is so feature rich, it does about everything but make you coffee. Press the side triggers and the black, titanium cover slides open to reveal the keypad and selection keys. A few clicks and users can download personal applications via Java technology, use WAP to browse the Internet, or use multimedia messaging (MMS) to send, forward, and receive messages containing text and graphics. The phone features a full-color display, Bluetooth compatibility, a digital clock screen saver, an alarm clock, stopwatch, calculator, currency converter, and to-do list. It also includes 35 ring tones, speed and voice dialing, and conference calling. www.nokia.com

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