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T-Mobile gets a budget 3G phone

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T-Mobile gets a budget 3G phone
T-Mobile gets a budget 3G phone
Yesterday FCC approved a new version of the Nokia 3555 clamshell phone, which is very similar in design to the 6555. In this version of the 3555 the 850/1900 Mhz bands are replaced with UMTS 1700 MHz and as the logo on the phone suggests it will be a T-Mobile phone. The device includes a 0.3 Megapixel camera for video and pictures, it supports MP3 and MPEG4 formats. There also is a microSD slot and a microUSB connector. The Nokia 3555 has a 128x 160 pixel color TFT display as well.

source: FCC


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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:41

1. Rog Lyngaas (unregistered)


This phone is ideal for a person who does not need super video quality. It has the new S40 v5 OS which is pleasing, because it now will be a great mp3 player ... if it comes with A2DP bluetooth [stereo]. I like the fact that the screen has the plexiglas protection. Makes it harder for me to bust. The OZ mail EMAIL system will be good too.

posted on 08 Jan 2008, 15:35

2. (unregistered)


T-Mobile has 3G in the USA? Since when?

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