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Nokia 6205 teams up with Batman, comes to VZW

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Nokia 6205 teams up with Batman, comes to VZW
The Nokia 6205 we told you about back in April has gotten a launch date for Verizon, a price and a Batman makeover. Dubbed "The Dark Knight Edition" it will come with exclusive pre-loaded content from the upcoming movie. It will be available as a web exclusive starting on June 15th, and one and two year pricing will will run $189.99 or $119.99 respectively. Features of this mid-level clam include a 1.3 megapixel camera with flash, VZNavigation and V Cast Music and Video support, meaning it does indeed have EVDO data.

source: Engadget Mobile

Nokia 6205 teams up with Batman, comes to VZW
Nokia 6205 teams up with Batman, comes to VZW

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42

1. (unregistered)


It's the Batphone! Where's the Joker Phone? or the TwoFace Phone?

posted on 09 Jun 2008, 12:58

2. DamonO (unregistered)


Yea, hey where's the Poison Ivy and Freeze phones? Poison Ivy phone was delayed because testers were complaining of deaths in the family when they would let their relatives use their phone. Phoenix Arizona testers of the Freeze phone were complaining that they had water damage when the phones arrived in the mail. Way to go Nokia!

posted on 10 Jun 2008, 05:41

6. (unregistered)


Tell me about it... Nokia has no knowledge of user friendly interface

posted on 09 Jun 2008, 15:49

3. (unregistered)


why so expensive for a poorly featured phone?

posted on 09 Jun 2008, 16:21

4. (unregistered)


welcome to vzw

posted on 09 Jun 2008, 22:48

5. (unregistered)


seriously. verizons service and data is...to say the least...impressive. but when it comes to their phones they are expensive and and bulky with limited features and (for the most part, in my opinion) ugly. vzw sure does love money.

posted on 10 Jun 2008, 06:56

7. J from TN (unregistered)


Well, the phone is only as good as the network that it's on.Who cares how "great" the phone is if the network that it's on is sub-par.

posted on 10 Jun 2008, 08:34

8. (unregistered)


You guys do relize that phone will be 69.99 after the rebate. I guess because the fact i work for a verizon retailer I see how much the actual phone costs. Take a secondary line. If its just the line and no extra verizon is going to pull in 200 bucks before it can upgrade.(20 months of coarse) Now look at the phone. 119.99 which without even knowing the full retail I can guess it at about 210-220.(keep in mind there isnt alot of profit in phones) So verizon is eating about 90 to 100 bucks but im sure true cost has to alittle lower. I guess i just dont understand how sooo many people complain out 70 bucks being too much to pay for a phone. Maybe im alittle biased too because i hear customer complain everyday because they feel they should get a blackberry for free. Seriously almost everyday someone actually says that to me.

posted on 10 Jun 2008, 08:52

9. anonymous1 (unregistered)


Wait till that phone is avail at BBY. It will be a great deal there. Did you see they had the Glyde for $99 last week.

posted on 10 Jun 2008, 14:40

10. (unregistered)


well they are an international retailor... they should have some deals

posted on 10 Jun 2008, 15:21

12. (unregistered)


well 70 is still expensive considering its basic and little features, design, etc.

posted on 17 Jun 2008, 01:03

15. (unregistered)


You all realize that most people I know pay at least $70 as a MONTHLY BILL, and I live in a country where we make and spend half as much mony as you americans do, so that's like spending $140 a month. But when I go and buy a Trinity for $600... "OMG! That's soooo expensive!"

posted on 10 Jun 2008, 15:20

11. (unregistered)


People will always complain about phone prices no matter what company the phone is for. People have to understand that cellphones are not just cellphones anymore. Most phones now play music, video clips, downloadable ringtones, etc. Phones we have today are ALOT cheaper then what they were before... people have forgotten that when the Mot. Startac came out, it cost about $400 and people would buy it without complaining....so lets just go out there and spend some money and appreciate what our phones have to offer.

posted on 11 Jun 2008, 15:54

13. (unregistered)


Finally someone remembers! I'm guessing everyone's complaining is due to the fact they spend the same for a phone as a gallon of gas. Understandable but it is in fact true that phones (even though the economy sucks) are really not that expensive. Whether it's Verizon or at or T Mobile the prices you see on phones are like that everywhere. Two things though 1. Verizon is not sub par, please research. 2. VZW does not make a profit off of phones. Period. They make profit off of your calling plan and data. Why do you think they have so many free phones online (doesnt matter how un high tech they are if they REALLY loved money so much they wouldn't be free, right?).

posted on 12 Jun 2008, 16:19

14. C-Chickie (unregistered)


I would expect this phone to be unbelievablely amazing with the movie its being linked to. Of course though the phone will not even come to living up to its name. Oh lord... another let down

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