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CTIA 2006 on-site report

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CTIA 2006 on-site report

The 2365i is a clamshell CDMA phone with stub antenna and not-so-cool grayscale external display. It is an entry-level phone with basic functionality, but with nicely sized and well built body. The design reminds of Nokia 6102(i) GSM phone, which is offered by Cingular - the 2365i uses the same combination of black and white color and has almost the same keypad. Nokia has decided to add Bluetooth to the low-end phones, and so the 2365i features version 2.0 of this cool feature, as well as FM tuner for listening to music while on the go.
The 2365i is expected to be launched in Q2.

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Other phone that Nokia showcased on CTIA 2006 is the 2865 entry lever bar CDMA phone. Its design reminds the 6235(6) which were released for Verizon Wireless. The display is 128x160 pixels capable of showing up to 262k colors. Other features include MP3/AAC real sound ringtones, Bluetooth 2.0, push-to-talk with up to 14 days of stand-by time.

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Nokia 2865i short video

The 6175i is also in clamshell design as the 2365i, but features two color displays. It has rounded sleek design and internal antenna, adds 1.3-megapixel camera with flash and 4x digital zoom. It can send images through MMS or can transfer them to computer via Bluetooth technology or optional USB cable. PictBridge is also supported for printing images without a computer. The main features include FM radio, music streaming in various formats, and a variety of location-based services that utilize its integrated GPS receiver. The rated stand-by time of the handset is 14 days. The phone will launched in Q2.

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Nokia 6175

The only new announcement in the GSM area was the 6126. The phone is identical to the 6126 announced at the 3GSM with its glorious 16 million colors, and only lacks Infrared port and FM radio tuner. The phone has almost every feature possible – EDGE, TFT external display, Bluetooth and music player. Our gripe about the 6131 is still valid for the 6126 – given the 16mil color display with QVGA resolution, why is the camera only 1.3 mega pixel? If it was Sony Ericsson, it would definitely be at least 2 or most probably 3 mega pixels unit.

Nevertheless, the phone is definitely impressive – EDGE high speed data, microSD memory expansion, 1.3 mega pixel camera and TFT external display. The metal trim around the inner edges and screen brings some sense of fashion to this not so tiny handset.
Nokia 6126 will be available in black, silver with white, beige or red accents and is expected to hit the market in Q2 2006.

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Nokia 6126 short video

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