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Nokia 6133 Discovered On T-Mobile Site

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Sep 11, 2006, 12:18 AM   by (staff)

The FCC last week approved a hearing aid compatible (HAC) version of the Nokia 6126, and along with it a variant with a different keypad and an FM radio called the 6133. The 6133 has been listed as a carrier-dependent variant, and it was suspected that this would be for T-Mobile. Two photos that match the FCC photos for the 6133 have both been found on T-Mobile's site and each has a file name with 6133 in the title, confirming those suspicions. The 6133 is a quad-band GSM/EDGE phone with a QVGA screen, 1.3 Megapixel camera, Micro SD slot, Bluetooth and an FM radio. Although pictures are available, the phone is not listed on the site yet. A price and release date are not available.

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Shak

Sep 19, 2006, 9:07 AM

Nokia 6133 Online Demo

Here's link to the online Demo of the phone.

After looking at the internal menu structure of the phone, I found it really similar to the basic phone 6101 with the addition of the 1.3 MP and the music player.
Nokia's just jazzed it up a little to attract new customers.
I still don't know why I would go for this phone.


http://www.nokiausa.com/support/phones/guides/1,7840 ... »


and then click on "start demo"

tell me what you guys think
spirit22

Sep 12, 2006, 1:32 PM

Why T-Mobile Clearance???

Hi,

I posted this in the main thread related to the 6126/6133 but thought I would pose the question here as well...

Does T-Mobile have less stringent testing for new phones than Cingular?

It appears from all the chatter that Cingular tested the 6126 many times and sent it back to Nokia constantly to fix something or other and when it appeared Nokia could not meet whatever standard they had Cingular canceled the phone.

Seeing that T-Mobile is going to release this phone I'm wondering if they overlooked technical issues this phone may have or if Cingular was just being anal retentive.
either way, it sells it's sells, if it doesn't then it doesn't. Customers always have the option to return their purchase.
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Actually, T-Mobile was offered the RAZR first and sent it back. They are also known for paying Motorola and other OEM handset makers not to offer handsets to other providers in the U.S. Just check out T-Mobile UK's handset selection, it puts any U.S. ...
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RShACkSUX

Sep 11, 2006, 11:44 AM

Since when

Since when do customers who have hearing aids ever need all the features on this phone? Most customers with hearing aids are part of our geriatric community and all theyre interested in is a huge display and being able to hear it. All these features will turn off those customers.
Yeah, where's Jitterbug when you need it?
RShACkSUX said:
Since when do customers who have hearing aids ever need all the features on this phone? Most customers with hearing aids are part of our geriatric community and all theyre interested in is a huge display and being a
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RShACkSUX said:
Since when do customers who have hearing aids ever need all the features on this phone?


Since some people are born with hearing problems, and not everyone who wears a hearing aid is over 60? I shoul...
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RShACkSUX said:
Since when do customers who have hearing aids ever need all the features on this phone? Most customers with hearing aids are part of our geriatric community and all theyre interested in is a huge display and being a
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msutela

Sep 11, 2006, 10:36 AM

?????

I didn't see it on their site???
The news story sounds like someone was goofing around with URLs and found the picture, rather than seeing it listed with a full description in the area intended to be seen by customers.
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Watch for it around October 1st. Smile
 
 
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