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Nokia Adds Bluetooth To Basic Clamshells

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Jan 5, 2006, 4:12 PM   by (staff)

Nokia today announced they adding Bluetooth to two of their popular entry level clamshells. The 6102i will be an upgraded version of the 6102, simply adding Bluetooth to the already successful phone. The 6103 is a redesigned 6101 with a more streamlined look than the previous model which adds Bluetooth as well. Both models also feature VGA cameras, dual color displays and FM radios. They will be available in tri-band 850/1800/1900 models for the US in the first quarter.


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Jan 12, 2006, 12:33 AM

Just got my 6102

just got my 6102 on ebay. Thank god i didnt sign a contract which expired Dec 28th. So when the new designed model comes out i can get it.

Jan 5, 2006, 6:10 PM

Read in Cingular Forum--Nokia was supposed to have a PTT phone

In a post on the cingular forum I read that the update to the 6102 would include PTT....just another dissappointment I suppose? 😢
Doesn't 6101/2 already have PTT? Like almost all nokia phones do. Or do cingular use some other standard??

Jan 6, 2006, 12:12 PM


Just when I found a great deal on the 6102 they announce this one. 👿
patience my friend patience.

Jan 5, 2006, 4:48 PM

Prices coming down...

...or at least higher end features being added to lower tier phones. Nice.
I suppose if they can't sell customers on cameras and music, they might as well try adding the availablity of a wireless headset.
I wish SPRINT would do this.. a basic phone with bluetooth!

Jan 6, 2006, 8:49 AM

6102i is for Cingular, while 6103 is for T-Mobile (850 ver)

I got a rumor about 6103 about 2 months ago about 6103, which is 6101+bt
too bad no major improvment besides adding bt...
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