Nokia Launches CDMA Flavored Megapixel Candybars
Jun 18, 2006, 11:02 PM by (staff)
Nokia today announced two CDMA phones at a launch in Singapore. Although the launch included a number of phones directed at Asian subscribers, Nokia stated these were for CDMA markets and did not single out Asia. It is likely they will appear in the US in some form. As with past Nokia-produced CDMA phones, these will not include EV-DO high speed data. Both models are due out in the fourth quarter of this year.
- 6275: A slim, small bar phone that shares all the same features with the 6265. Highlights include a QVGA screen, 2 Megapixel camera, MicroSD card slot, Bluetooth, FM radio and music player with support for MP3 and AAC+ and streaming video player.
- 2875: Adds a 1.3 Megapixel camera to the 2865. Features include Bluetooth, FM Radio, music player and video ring tones.
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crap on these!!!! Bring on the 6265
Wow, how long can Nokia continue to pump out the exact same casing with new features? These look not much different than the same old tired designs they've had since, uhh, always.
Add to this the fact N...
And why complain about candybar? ...