Nokia 3220 is a candybar phone released by Nokia in 2004.
It was a "fun" device with LED lights and Xpress-on covers. It was the first entry-level phone that offered full access to the Internet, with an XHTML browser and POP3/IMAP email client.
Related phones [ edit ]
Nokia 7260: Same platform and synthesizer, but different ringtones/aesthetic and fashion oriented. Part of the Nokia Art Deco lineup.
Nokia 6020: Same platform and synthesizer, but different ringtones/aesthetic and business oriented. Nokia 3200: The predecessor to the Nokia 3220.
Chipset DCT4 platform
Platform/OS Series 40
Display 128 x 128, TFT, 16-bit color
Flash memory ~2.5 MB accessible to user
Card slot No
Charging connector Nokia 3.5mm charging connector
Data connector Pop-Port
FCC ID PPIRH-37
PPIRH-49 • U.S. version
Connectivity [ edit ]
Operating modes GSM (900/1800/1900)
GSM (850/1800/1900) • U.S. version only
SIM size Mini SIM
PC Link Nokia PC Suite
Rear camera 0.3 MP (640 x 480) with flash, night mode, and self-timer.
Video 128 x 96, 3GP
Supported image formats BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG
Supported audio formats MP3 (firmware update), MID, AMR
Supported video formats 3GP
Line out Pop-Port
Synthesizer MiniBAE, Chippy bank (with reverb)
Messaging [ edit ]
Software [ edit ]
Accessories [ edit ]
Pre-loaded content [ edit ]