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Nokia takes a Snapfish dive

Media-rich N-Series phones are set to order photo prints directly through Hewlett-Packard's service. Photos: Nokia N80 Internet Edition

N80 Internet Edition

Hewlett-Packard announced on Tuesday that it had struck a deal with cell phone manufacturer Nokia and its media-rich line to enable direct photo print ordering through HP's Snapfish service. Photographs taken with the camera in an N-Series handset are automatically stored in the phone's photo gallery; the Snapfish tie-in enables users to select gallery pictures and order prints in wallet-size, 4 inches by 6 inches, or 5 inches by 7 inches. The prices will be standard Snapfish fare--12 cents for a 4-by-6 photo.

The first Nokia N-series phone to be equipped with the Snapfish ordering service will be the , a smart phone with a 3-megapixel camera that's slated for a holiday season release. But HP isn't the only company to make its photo-related functions available on the N80: the handset also comes with software from Yahoo that enables the user to send camera phone pictures to its Flickr service.