Nokia Brings Color to TDMA
Jan 9, 2003, 11:00 AM by (staff)
Nokia today announced the world's first TDMA phones with color displays. The tri-mode 3560 features downloadable Java applications, WAP 2.0, and voice dialing. Like other phones in Nokia's 3500 series, the 3560 supports extensive customization, including custom color wallpapers, downloadable polyphonic ringtones, and Xpress-on™ Active covers, which include embedded lights that flash in sync with ringtones. Nokia also announced the 3520, an identical phone with dual-mode network support for Latin America. The phones will ship during the 2nd quarter of 2003.
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