Nokia may be snubbing the MWC but it seems they’ll show a new phone at CES pretty soon – a new Eseries perhaps, known as the Nokia Mystic for now. With clear Nokia E63 heritage this new smartphone sports a full QWERTY keyboard and rather compact body.
For now the only additional info we have about the Nokia Mystic is that it has a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash. Nokia should officially announce the Mystic at CES, which starts today and ends on Sunday.
In related Nokia news, the Ovi Store is now available to AT&T customers. Users can download free and paid content, with the paid content being charged to the monthly AT&T bill, which saves the hassle of using credit cards. Currently the service is available to customers using the following Nokia phones from AT&T - Nokia E71x, Nokia Surge, Nokia Mural, Nokia 6650, Nokia 6555 or Nokia 6350 and support for more devices is on the way.
good design but need full screen touch without keypad but same design that will be more market hit
Dear Nokia, If this is all that a multi-billion dollar organisation can come up with I despair for you. The Mystic looks like some sort of aborted Palm Treo. Guys, if you had not heard that train de-railed a few years ago. But makes sense when you ...
nice [NOT] looks like a bagger!!