Nokia Introduces Three New CDMA Phones
Apr 5, 2006, 7:00 AM by (staff)
Nokia has announced what may be its last new CDMA models before the division is split off to merge with Sanyo. As they did at 3GSM, Nokia has added Bluetooth to all its new models, even entry level phones, Although it is not surprising, none of the phones feature EV-DO high speed data.
- 6175i: Showing off a new slimmer, sleeker design and and internal antenna, this clamshell will replace the 6155 among Nokia's CDMA offerings. Features 1.3 MP camera, Bluetooth 2.0, and an FM radio. The 6175 supports the same advanced LBS functionality as its predecessor.
- 2865: An entry-level candybar phone that offers an FM radio, Push To Talk and speakerphone in addition to Bluetooth.
- 2365i: An entry level clamshell with an internal color screen and monochrome external screen. Features speakerphone, FM radio and Bluetooth.
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Why did Nokia remove the FM radio feature from the 6126?
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They should have recalled those chintzy units they sold to the consumer at inflated prices.
When you look at the quality of the HTC - SDA's and MDA's and their price points, it is a shame on Nokia for what they laid on the consumer with those cheap devices.