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The 7600 is a dual mode GSM/WCDMA (3G) phone with an, erm... "Revolutionary" design:

Interestingly enough, it has a 128x160 screen, looking like an enhanced Series 40 phone with Bluetooth. One of the giveaways is that it plays MP3 and AAC files like the 3300. The other is its WCDMA support, which places it as a likely direct descendant from the 6650.

The keyboard layout is awful, though. You'd expect they had learned the 3650 lesson (there is a 3660 model in the works).

Notes:

  • It works fine with Address Book (i.e., it notifies the Mac correctly of incoming SMS)
  • It apparently supports the +CGEQREQ and +CGEQMIN commands, but I can't push it past 128Kbps in WCDMA mode (might be the firmware version)
  • Bluetooth services as reported by Mac OS X 10.3.4: OBEX Object Push, OBEX File Transfer, Dial-up networking, Nokia PC Suite, COM 1, Voice Gateway, Audio Gateway