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That design simplicity doesn't stop the 6220's camera from being its star attraction. In addition to the 5-megapixel resolution, it offers a Xenon flash, a 20x digital zoom, a Carl Zeiss optics lens, and auto-focus. The video recorder can shoot and play clips at 30 frames per second at a 640x480 resolution. With 120MB of internal memory, you'll have plenty of room for storing your pictures, and videos; however, if you need more space, the 6220 also can accommodate a 8GB microSD card. When you're finished with your work, you can upload photos directly to, Flickr, or VOX. You can also play videos on your television set using a TV out cable.
Other features on the 6220 include stereo Bluetooth 2.0, a Web browser, e-mail (with attachments), a digital music player, a FM radio, text and multimedia messaging, and personal organizer applications. The 2.5mm headset is a mixed bag; though its better than a proprietary port, we would prefer a 3.5mm headset. Also, while the phone is quadband, it currently only supports the European 3G bands. Release of the 6220 is set for the third quarter of this year. At 325 euros ($471), it will put a crimp in your wallet, but it's still far cheaper than the N95's $700 price tag.