Nokia introduced its first CDMA camera phone

Nokia introduced its first CDMA camera phone
 The Nokia 6225, a CDMA handset, weighs about 3.5 ounces and features a built-in VGA camera, a high-resolution color screen, GPS support for carriers that implement E911 systems, infrared connectivity and an FM radio. It supports Internet browsing for customers whose carriers use CDMA2000 1X technology.
The Nokia 6225 phone is expected to be available in the Americas and Asia-Pacific regions during the fourth quarter of 2003


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