Just as we expected, Cingular is now selling the. That's good new for anyone who wants to buy the stylish, feature-rich smart phone, as service rebates will lower the sky-high price of $550 to a more affordable $299. For the time being, the 6682 will be Cingular's only Symbian-powered mobile and the carrier's sole Nokia smart phone.
In other carrier news, T-Mobile is now offering the Nokia 6101. A flip phone furnished in black, the 6101 offers a middle-of-the-road features set, including a VGA camera with video recording and playback; a speakerphone; an infrared port; instant messaging; basic PIM applications; text and multimedia messaging; voice commands and dialing; Java (J2ME) support; a wireless Web browser; and support for SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4 e-mail. The 6101 is priced at $149.