The Nokia 7710 model features a touch screen, pen input, a digital camera, an Internet browser, a radio, video playback and streaming and recording capabilities, the company said. The phone is among the new offerings that Nokia showcased at a news conference in Bangkok, Thailand. The company is expected to start shipping the gadget in Asia and China before the end of the year. The product will hit Europe and Africa in the first quarter of 2005.
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