Nokia's First EV-DO Phone Slips Out Of FCC
Dec 2, 2005, 3:14 PM by (staff)
The FCC today cleared Nokia's first handset entry into the EV-DO market. The 6305i is a slider-style phone with a 1.3 Megapixel camera, stereo speakers but does not appear to have advanced features like Bluetooth or even a memory card slot. Although the 6305i bears the Nokia logo it is made by SK Teletech - the first product of a manufacturing agreement announced in March. Further separating the 6305i from other Nokias, it will use Verizon's proprietary menus and interface instead of Nokia Series 40.
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Microsoft Trots Out Nokia 222 Feature Phone
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Microsoft Refreshes the Nokia 105
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It better have Bluetooth!!
Now that is a phone that i like!
yea, that is a phone i like.. good job nokia..
You must need your eyes checked. That has got to be one of the ugliest phones I have ever seen. At least since the bricks that were in the Nokia 300...
So what's the point of putting the Nokia brand name on the phone if it isn't made by Nokia and doesn't use the series 40 operating system? This isn't going to get people to buy Nokia phones. It doesn't look anyth
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not new to me..
I posted in the nokia forums back in AUG about this phone I had a nokia rep come by that had the 4 new Nokia phones coming to VZW this was the nicest outta the group.. I was told to expect the phone 01/06 and from what I was told it would have bluetooth and all the same advanced features like all current VCast phones what makes this one different is its supposed to have the music on demand feature that VZW is supposed to launch..
Not a good-looking phone
Interesting that Nokia is goin' wit' the Verizon UI. I hear they used to give carriers holy hell whenever they requested major carrier-specific touches like that. I guess they're no longer in a position to dictate to the carriers everythin' an' anything.
we get the hint.
enough of this.
i know it's not a cool enough cell phone to start ranting and raving about. but rant and rave about something else.
ok but witch way is it going to slide?
hmm or will it slide down... ahh... anyone know?
The Kyocera KX2 didn't slide - it swiveled. This new Nokia is definitely the slide type, not swivel.
Spoke with Nokia marketing employee
Nokia does not know how to make 1X-DO Chipsets