Nokia Adds 3 New CDMA Phones
Mar 14, 2005, 10:00 AM by (staff)
At CTIA, Nokia has taken the wraps off three new CDMA phones. All of the models are entry to mid- level phones.
- 6155: A mid-tier clamshell phone packed with features. Offers a 1 Megapixel camera with flash, dual TFT color displays, support for location based services including turn by turn navigatiion, and an FM radio. Also supports advanced ringers in mp3 and AAC formats and video ringtones. Tri-mode, due out in the fourth quarter.
- 3155: Entertainment clamshell features 12 MB of memory for video and audio streaming, as well as an FM radio. Also has black and white external display, speakerphone, and supports PC synchronization. Tri-mode, due out in the third quarter.
- 2115: An entry level candybar phone with a black and white screen for those on a tight budget. Designed for pre-paid services. CDMA 1900 only, due out in the second quarter.
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6155 bound for Sprint?
With what we've just heard about Sprint adding video ringtones to their portfolio...I'd guess this phone is going to Sprint? Nice see Nokia making flips for the CDMA market.
I totally agree. I'm a bi...
all nokias look somewhat the same
Well...I just hope these new ones don't take a year and a half to get out...