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Nokia Introduces Three New CDMA Phones

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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.

Nokia also announced that - as expected - the slim 6131 will be coming to US GSM carriers, however the US model will be called the 6126. Although it looks exactly the same, the 6126 lacks the FM radio and IR of its European brother.

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Apr 5, 2006, 12:31 PM

Why did Nokia remove the FM radio feature from the 6126?

No one cares about IR anyway nowadays but no FM radio, why?
Do you use it, though? I don't know anyone that does...

Apr 5, 2006, 11:29 AM

No 6265?

Does this mean Nokia isn't going to release the 6265 in North America?
yeah what gives?
Why would you say that? 😕 It's not being announced here... because it was already announced last year.

The 6265 will come to NA, although if you notice, Sprint and Verizon tend to offer only low- and mid-range Nokias for now, so I wouldn't expect...

Apr 5, 2006, 1:39 PM


Looks TONS better without the exterior antenna.
Lau Pan

Apr 5, 2006, 11:33 AM

New line-up Nokia

Let us hope they have addressed the quality of workmanship that was lacking in the Nokia 6101-6102 series.

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.
I agree hopefully these phones will be less chintzy and much more snarflak 🙄
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