Nokia expands its CDMA portfolio - 2365i, 2865i, and 6175i announced
At CTIA 2006 Nokia expanded its CDMA portfolio with three new devices, all of which support Bluetooth.
The 2365i is an entry-level clamsheel with 128x160 pixels color internal display and greyscale external one, and features FM radio and Speakerphone in a compact body.
The 2865/2865i is also an entry-level bar phone with 262k color display, FM radio and MP3/AAC ringtones. Its features speakerphone, Push-to-Talk and Bluetooth.
The 6175i is also in clamshell design as the 2365i, but it is targeted as a mid-level phone with two color displays. It has more 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.
Hands-on report on the new Nokia phones from CTIA 2006