Nokia to release souped-up N80

Nokia plans to release a souped-up version of its N80 multimedia device this month. The N80 Internet Edition, which supports GSM, WCDMA and WiFi, will feature integrated VoIP in the user interface and will enable users to download third-party VoIP apps. Other interesting apps include Amazon's MobiPocket Reader, an application for reading books, and the ability to upload photos to popular photo web site Flickr.

To read more about Nokia's new N80 device:
- check out this article from PC World

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