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Nokia Adds Three to Its 'Classic' Series

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Jan 29, 2009, 8:24 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Nokia announced three new phones bearing the "classic" moniker. All three are bar-style phones that run Series 40, have FM radios and are slated for second quarter releases.




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T Mobster

Jan 29, 2009, 1:48 PM


No...classics are like the Motorola StarTac, these are just unattractive phones with meat and fat cut from them (technology wise). We need more phones with 3G as well as 3G coverage. People who can hook up their phones for phone-as-modem use and maybe even be able to video stream using their camera. Cellular video phone. Asian/European Nokias are far more advanced than the crap they give to the U.S market.
all of the recent phones sold over in europe are tri-band so you can use them over here, your just to poor to want to pay full retail for those devices.

---- heck you have t-mobile

Jan 29, 2009, 9:17 AM


They need to add a Classic 3220 to their line up. I miss that phone.
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