Nokia Launches First OLED Phone For US
Sep 1, 2006, 3:05 PM by (staff)
Verizon has launched the Nokia 6215i, an entry-level CDMA clamshell phone. The handset has few notable features beyond a VGA camera and speakerphone, however it is still noteworthy. The 6215i is the first Pantech-produced Nokia to be sold through the carrier. Previous models that Nokia has re-badged for Verizon have been sold through resellers, but never on the carrier's store. The 6215i is also the first handset for the US with full color OLED main display. OLEDs are often used in external displays because they are brighter and use less power than LCDs and typically have a much larger viewing angle, however they have not been used as for primary displays since earlier, monochrome incarnations.
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Are you joking.... Nokia blows my left pubic hair on my right ball!!! God... just stop with the Nokia stuff!!!!
Or, you could just stop posting.
New OEM phone
This is a great looking phone. It's ashame that verizon will have it's UI installed on it.
Yeah, but...OLED? Sweet.
Why Not Call It A Pantech?
Same technology as 6000?