Nokia readies two new CDMA phones

Nokia readies two new CDMA phones
A Nokia site reveals the first information on a couple of new CDMA phones. Both seem to be targeting the Chinese market and we don’t believe they will come to the U.S. carriers, but nothing is impossible.

Nokia 3608 is a very simple clamshell, with 1.3-megapixel camera, microSD slot, two color displays and music controls when closed. It is very similar to the 3606 but lacks the AWS band.

Nokia 8208 on the other hand, is an interesting multimedia device. It is dual-slider, similar to the Nokia N95: on the one side it has numeric keypad and on the other, music controls. It features a 2.2-inch QVGA display with up to 16 million colors and 3-megapixel camera. The 150MB of built-in memory is expandable via microSD card, and a music player and FM radio are present as well, the battery is claimed for 20 hours of continuous play and a 3.5mm jack is present.

Nokia 3608 is said to use Series 40-like UI and the 8208/8208c has “Series 40 spec” user interface. We guess none of them uses real Series 40.

source: Nokia via MobileBurn




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6 Comments

1. unregistered

what is the obsession with glossy finishes? dont they understand that we are greasy creatures?

2. szaldana

Posts: 19; Member since: May 20, 2008

Speak for yourself. I am a very clean person and non-grease at all.

3. unregistered

so your saying you dont have fingerprints?...yeahhhhhhhh makes sense...

4. the anonymous person above unregistered

haha, well you must be very ashy then

5. xev unregistered

they need to make the controls on the bottom actual buttons. touch is just too easy to get messed up with. nevertheless my next phone will be touch controlled.

6. bnshiban

Posts: 1; Member since: Mar 29, 2010

how can i buy one

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