Nokia has produced a new version of its N80 multimedia phone with beefed-up Internet capabilities.
The N80 Internet Edition has integrated VoIP and a wireless LAN wizard. It is tied-in with Amazon.com and Yahoo's search engine, including Yahoo's Go for Mobile program, which can sync e-mail and contacts.
It contains Amazon's MobiPocket Reader, an application for reading books and can also upload photos to the Flickr.com website.
Other software includes Nokia's Web browser and a new client called, appropriately, Download that can be used to download other compatible programs for the device. There is also a three-megapixel camera and quad-band GSM and WCDMA.
The price has yet to be announced.
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