Nokia Announces Entry-Level 2135
Oct 15, 2007, 9:51 AM by (staff)
The 2135 is a voice-centric, bar-style phone bound for the North American market. It has a 1xRTT data radio, large keys, a simple design and a low price point. The hardware and user interface were designed by Nokia, but it was built by another company. Nokia declined to say which one. It has a speakerphone and will be available from CDMA carriers before the end of the year.
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Battery life is reminiscent as well. Upd to 7 days standy, sustainted 3 hours call with bars to...
I would like to see this come to sprint.
Genuine Nokia or a Pantech?
My test 2135 on MPCS just says made in China, and I can't get any hits on the FCC ID...