With the 6085′s large 262k color display, the user can easily view messages or browse the web with the 6085′s xHTML browser. The handset’s expandable microSD memory slot can be utilized when taking photos with the 6085′s built-in camera and video recorder, and will support storage up to 2GB in capacity. The Nokia 6085 also supports Bluetooth 2.0 with stereo, which will allow for easy listening for users with the device’s music player. Other features of note include an FM radio, a handsfree speakerphone, and an external display for quick views of the time, battery life, and caller id. Nokia claims that the handset’s battery will allow up to 5 hours of talk time or 10 days of standby time on a single charge.
The Nokia 6085 will go on sale in select markets starting in Q4 2006.
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