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First "Nokia" EV-DO Phone Now Available

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May 24, 2006, 12:57 PM   by (staff)

Although neither Nokia nor Verizon have officially launched it yet, the Nokia 6305i is now on sale through reseller LetsTalk.com. The 6305i is a Nokia in name only. The handset is manufactured by SK Teletech and runs Verizon's VCAST interface. The handset is an EV-DO slider with a 1.3 Megapixel camera and stereo speakers. It does not have Bluetooth, a memory card slot or access to VCast Music. Nokia does not have any EV-DO phones of its own as of yet, so it has been working with several different Korean manufacturers to brand their handset as Nokia for launch in the US.



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May 24, 2006, 1:29 PM

I cant imagine why anyone would buy this phone!!!!!!!

not only does it lack features, but it has to be in the running for the ugliest phone ever made. 😕 😕
This is 2006 correct???? 😳 🤣
Its really not that bad, I have a dummy phone here and know somebody that has it. I personally would not trade my 8100 for it, but its a decent phone. And it really isn't that ugly just a little bit bigger than I would like.
it looks and feels just the the kyocera kx2, just slides instead of swivel, yeah this thing is bogus!
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