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Nokia Raises Series 40 To New Heights

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Jun 13, 2005, 3:00 AM   by (staff)

(updated)  Nokia today is launching seven new Series 40 handsets with a renewed focus on ease-of-use. The phones range from 3G models with 2 Megapixel cameras down to entry level models with basic functions and a color screen. The high-end slider models all feature a new 3rd Edition of Nokia's Series 40 interface. A few of the models feature memory card slots, and in those Nokia has begun a shift from MMC / RS-MMC to the miniSD format. All phones announced today are expected to ship in the fourth quarter of this year.

The list also includes the 2225, a CDMA clamshell for Asia with a new spreadsheet application.

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Jun 13, 2005, 6:33 AM

some pretty sweet phones!

check out www.mobileburn.com for some images and breaf descriptions of these new Nokia models.
pcrisp07 said:
check out www.mobileburn.com for some images and breaf descriptions of these new Nokia models.

Thanks for the tip.

But sliders? I'm not so sure I'm sold on the slider form factor. I'm just not conv...
that looks like a really cool phone with that screen & the stereo speakers - maybe this will be my next phone & then I'll wait until that N91's price comes down

Jun 13, 2005, 9:30 AM

Why Series 40?

The new 80 & 70 model phones would be far more attractive to me if they ran Symbian. Any thoughts as to why Nokia chose to run them on Series 40 instead?
Consumer friendliness.

The series 70-80 are for high-end, business oriented customers. The series 40 are for more consumer-minded customers, their features while typical of high-ended phones, lack any higher functionality. The 6270 and 6265 are a g...
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