The Nokia 6650 was the world's first 3G phone supporting the W-CDMA 2100 MHz band, announced by Nokia in late 2002. A 1900 MHz version known as the 6651 was released for the North American market soon after.
With an appearance very similar to that of the Nokia 6100, but with a larger screen and external antenna. The 6650 uses the Nokia Series 40 platform, and is equipped with a VGA camera and supports Java ME applications.
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